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Doller House & Museum of Island Life

Experience Island Life as it was in the 1800's. Situated on the water, directly across from Gibraltar Island, sits the majestic Italianate residence, the Doller House. It was home to one of Put-in-Bay wealthiest and most influential citizens,...

Dr. John Harris Dental Museum

The Dr. John Harris Dental Museum is located in the original home, medical office, dental office, and dental school, circa 1827-1830.  The museum displays dental artifacts which demonstrate the progress of dentristry through the years.  It was...

Dunbar House

This Italianate turn-of-the-century structure was the final home of the poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. It exhibits his literary treasures, many of his personal items and his family's furnishings. During his short lifetime Dunbar became known as the poet...

Edison Birthplace Museum

The Edison Birthplace Museum was opened to the public by Thomas Edison's daughter Madeleine in 1947. Thomas Edison was born in this red brick cottage on the banks of the Milan Canal Basin on February 11, 1847. The home is run by the Edison...

Eleutheros Cooke House

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...

Elisha Morgan Farm Mansion

This beautifully restored 1817 Flemish brick house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is located at the Gilbert Farms Park. The old farm mansion is now surrounded by a baseball diamond, basketball and tennis courts, picnic...

Fallen Timbers

Near the site of the battle of Fallen Timbers, this small park contains a monument honoring Major General Anthony Wayne as well as smaller monuments to the soldiers and Native Americans who died in the battle. The battle of Fallen timbers on 20...

First Federal Land Office

Get a glimpse of frontier life in Ohio at the First Federal Land Office of the United States. This structure, built in 1801, also served as the home of the area's first land agent David Hoge. On the grounds is the massive 2½ ton bell from the...

First Responders Park

Nestled beside Westerville Fire Station 111, you’ll find an inspirational setting in which to celebrate the achievements and contemplate the losses experienced by fire and police personnel and emergency dispatchers. The centerpiece of the park is a...

Fletcher Coffman Homestead

Tour a piece of history and imagine yourself living in the mid 1800s. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Fletcher-Coffman Homestead was constructed in the early 1860s and has been restored to its original period. Wander the...

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