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The Patterson Homestead Historic House Museum

This historic house museum provides a glimpse into the multi-generational lives of Dayton’s influential Patterson family, who lived on the site from 1804 to 1904. The Federal style house, which was constructed in three major components between 1810...

The Pickwick Building

The Pickwick Building, built in 1836, is now the home of the Middletown Historical Society. The building includes three exhibit rooms featuring local history, the Herbert Fall Gallery of Art, a resource room, and gift shop.

The Ridges Cemeteries & Asylum

On January 9, 1874, a state-of-the-art psychiatric hospital opened on the Ridges in Athens. The Athens Lunatic Asylum, as it was originally named, featured grandiose buildings surrounded by elaborate landscaping with ponds, fountains and parks. The...

The Sisters Sweet Shoppe

The Sisters Sweet Shoppe The Sisters Sweet Shoppe is home of Grandma's Original Fruitcakes! Grandma's fabulous Fruit Cakes are made with rich rum, bourbon, brandy, real fruit and select nuts! A unique offering is chocolate-covered fruitcake - a...

The Thorla McKee Well

The first oil producing well in North America is located at Caldwell and was drilled in 1814. This site, as well as the Big Muskie Bucket and the Wilds, are three Noble County area attractions designated by the State of Ohio as "Great Ohio...

The Twin City Opera House

The Twin City Opera House is one of the most beautiful and unique theaters in all of Southeast Ohio. Seating over 500 people in a classic Victorian atmosphere the theater shows first-run movies every weekend and presents a variety of live...

The Woodward Opera House

Historic Significance of the Woodward Research has shown that the Woodward is America’s Oldest Authentic 19th Century Theater still standing (there are no original pre-19th century theaters in America). Updated historical investigation has moved the...

Troy-Hayner Cultural Center

When your eyes rest on this gorgeous Tudor mansion adjacent to the Miami County Courthouse, it will take your breath away. The Hayner mansion was built in 1914 by the widow of William Hayner, the former owner of the Hayner Distillery Company. The...

Tyn Rhos Church and Cemetery

The first formal church in Southeastern Ohio built by the Welsh Pioneers in 1850, replacing a log church built in 1840. It is part of the Welsh Scenic Byway that highlights historical sites in Southwestern Ohio, where Welsh-Americans have gathered...

U.S. Grant Boyhood Home

The Grant Boyhood Home in Georgetown was the home of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th president of the United States, from 1823, when Grant was one year old, until 1839, when he left to attend West Point. Ulysses Grant lived in this home longer than any other...

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