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Union Hall Theater

The Village of Chesterhill was founded by Quakers in 1834 and incorporated in 1899. Built in 1908, the Union Hall Theater provided a venue for speakers, musicians, artists and dramatic entertainers of the Chautauqua educational performance circuit...

Van Wert County Court House

Built in 1876, the Van Wert County Court House celebrated its 130th birthday in 2006. The structure remains today much as it was when built at a cost of $110,174.  The building contains a clock whose bell weighs 2,000 pounds and whose clapper weighs...

Velvet Ice Cream / Utica Ice Cream Festival

Visit the company's headquarters and take a free factory tour.  Enjoy Velvet's Ye Olde Mill turn-of-the-century ice cream parlor, museum park, nature trail, viewing gallery and visitors center.

Veterans Memorial Park

This memorial sits in Butler County's Veterans Park and contains over 700 names of local Armed Services heroes from World War I to the present. This park features a retired Howitzer Cannon.

Victorian House Museum - Holmes County Historical Society

In the heart of Ohio Amish country, this beautiful Victorian Mansion is the home of the Holmes County Historical Society. With 28 beautifully appointed rooms waiting for your discovery, this classic example of Queen Anne architecture is full of...

Vietnam Veterans Memorial of Lorain County

Located on Lake Street in Amherst, the Lorain County Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a tribute to the 98 servicemen from the County who died in Vietnam. The black granite monument is engraved on the front with their names, and on the back with a bible...

Warren County History Center

The Warren County History Center is one of the Midwest's top history museums. Owned and operated since 1961 by the Warren County Historical Society, it houses three nationally known collections while depicting life in southwestern Ohio from...

Warren G. Harding Home

Warren G. Harding launched himself into the White House in 1920 with his famous "front porch" campaign, which he conducted from his Victorian home in Marion, Ohio.The restored house was built in 1891 and contains almost all original furnishings...

Warren G. Harding Memorial

The Harding Tomb, the final resting place for President Warren G. Harding and Florence K. Harding, is a circular monument of white Georgia marble containing the remains of President and Mrs. Harding.The monument, set in 10 acres of landscaped...

Western Reserve Historical Society Research Center

The largest American History research center in Northeast Ohio, the Library holdings consists of 235,000 books; 25,000 volumes of newspapers; 30,500 rolls of microfilm; 1,000,000 prints and photographs; and more than 3,000 collections of manuscripts...

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