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Bricks, Barrel Vaults & Beer: The Architectural Legacy of Cincinnati Breweries

Come celebrate Cincinnati’s unique beer history at The Betts House! The Betts House is pleased to announce the opening of its major 2013 exhibit, Bricks, Barrel Vaults, & Beer: The Architectural Legacy of Cincinnati Breweries, on view through...

Bridges of Union County

When visiting Union County be sure to visit our bridges by following the Bid Darby Plains Scenic Byway signs (Ohio Byway).  There are four historical covered bridges built by Reuben Partridge between 1860 and 1870s. They are the Bigelow Bridge on...

Brownella Cottage & Galion Historical Museum

Surrounded by many trees, ornate wrought iron fencing and gardens of daylilies, this magnificent mansion inspires visitors to research the history of Bishop William Montgomery Brown. Plus, step back in time at the Historic Grace Church located...

Brukner Nature Center

Brukner Nature Center is a privately-funded, nonprofit organization dedicated to environmental education and wildlife rehabilitation. Our beautiful 165-acre preserve features over 6 miles of hiking trails, a nature museum, a wildlife rehabilitation...

Brumback Library

The Brumback Library was built with funds bequeathed to Van Wert County residents by John Sanford Brumback, a former resident and early philanthropist of Van Wert. Mr. Brumback’s will directed that enough funds from his estate be devoted to the...

Buckeye Furnace

Buckeye Furnace is a reconstructed charcoal-fired iron blast furnace with original stack, typical of those operating in southeastern Ohio's Hanging Rock Iron Region more than a century ago. Visitors to this 270-acre site can see the furnace,...

Bucyrus Historical Church Tour

Our Historical Church tour includes a day for different churches of many denominations all a part of Bucyrus History.  Beautiful churches with stained glass windows, dome ceilings, murals, doll collection, from the oldest to some of the newer...

Buffington Island

Buffington Island commemorates the only significant Civil War battle that took place on Ohio soil. Here a Union army routed a column of Confederate cavalry commanded by General John Hunt Morgan in 1863. Major Daniel McCook, patriarch of the fighting...

Bunker Hill Universalist Pioneer Cemetery

This one acre pioneer park was established in 1855 and is located adjacent to the Pater Park Wildlife Area. There are around 60 pioneers known to be buried in this cemetery, including veterans from the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the...

Butler County Veterans Memorial

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 and also holds the Michael J. Colligan Lodge.

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