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Cooke-Dorn House

Formerly the home of Eleutherus Cooke, this 1840's stone and brick home was moved to its current location in 1874. Sandusky's first lawyer, Cooke was also a politician serving in the Ohio Legislature and U.S. Congress.The three-story mansion...

Cooke-Dorn House Historic Site

The city of Sandusky is know for its collection of limestone buildings including this magnificent example of Greek Revival architecture. The museum displays collections of ruby and cranberry glass, ceramics, antique furniture and collections of the...

Cortland Opera House

Now home to the Bazetta-Cortland Historical Society and used for community and social functions, this structure was originally the site of one of the first Methodist churches in the country. During the late 1800s, it became the Opera House, where...

Coshocton Crossroads: Living Traditions in the Heart of Ohio

What is 'local' about locally-made arts and fine crafts? This exhibition explores how history, heritage, and place inform the art from one of Ohio's most distinctive communities, Coshocton County. "Coshocton Crossroads: Living Traditions in the...

Crown Theatre

A unique theatre that offers both live performances as well as movies.  Events are held weekly. Theatre is located on Main Street in the heart of the shopping district with unique gift and antique shops.  Nearby hotel and bed and breakfast permit...

Custer Monument

A bronze statue stands on the site of George Armstrong Custer's birthplace. Only the foundation of the house remains at this roadside park and picnic area. Visitors at the exhibit pavilion may read about Custer's life and the spirited qualities of...

D. Picking Company

The D. Picking Company is the only hand hammered copper kettle manufacturer remaining in the United States. Founded in 1874, this is the last of the Old Copper Shops still making its original product - Apperbutter Kettles - primarily by hand.  In...

Davidson Interpretive Center

The Carleton Davidson Interpretive Center serves as the headquarters for the Clark County Park District. Located in Springfield, Ohio, the Clark County Park District combines nature and history together in a beautiful location at historic George...

Davis Memorial Nature Preserve

This 88-acre nature preserve, set in an area of exceptional scenic beauty is of interest primarily to geologists and botanists. The preserve contains an  impressive geologic fault, dolomite cliffs, a cave, and a diverse flora. There are two richly...

Davis~Shai House

The Davis~Shai House is a beautiful Gothic Revival Victorian home preserved by the Heath Community Arts Council & City of Heath. Originally, built on the Ohio Erie Canal , the facility is used as a cultural arts & rental facility. The Davis~Shai...

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