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Wood County Courthouse

This one-hundred-year-old courthouse houses one of the largest working hand clocks in the world.

Wood County Historical Center & Museum

The Wood County Historical Center and Museum is open for self-guided tours of over 20 exhibits inside the former County Poor House, or Infirmary. Exhibits span from early history of the Great Black Swamp to current comparisons of the County Poor...

World War II Memorial at Marion Cemetery

A tribute to Marion veterans, the ornate WW II monument at the Marion Cemetery was dedicated in 2001 and is currently one of the largest memorials to WWII Veterans of its kind outside Washington DC. The names of local men & women are inscribed on an...

Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM)

Designed at the ARK in Berea and built at Coe Lake Park in Berea, Ohio. Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM) will become the largest art work dedicated to a sustainable Culture of Peace as Peace Stones are added annually to cities around the World...

Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM)

Designed at the ARK in Berea and built at Coe Lake Park in Berea, Ohio. Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM) will become the largest art work dedicated to a sustainable Culture of Peace as Peace Stones are added annually to cities around the World...

Wright Earthworks

Part of Newark Earthworks State Memorial, this 50-foot long segment is one side of a large square enclosure that was an important feature of the original complex. The geometrical enclosures found at Newark were used by the Hopewell Indians (100...

Wyandot Popcorn Museum

Under a colorful circus tent inside Heritage Hall is the largest, most impressive collection of popcorn wagons in the United States. These priceless wagons date back as far as the turn of the century and have been restored to their original...

Zoar Village

This quaint  German village was founded in 1817 by religious dissenters called the Society of Separatists.  The Society named their village Zoar, which is taken from the bible and means "place of refuge".  Zoar today is an island of Old-World charm...

Zoar Village - Ohio Historical Society

Founded by the German religious dissenters called the Society of Separatists of Zoar in 1817 as a communal society, Zoar today is an island of Old-World charm in east-central Ohio. Many of the German-style structures built by the Zoarites have been...

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