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Free Ohio Statehouse Tours

The Ohio Statehouse is more than a monument to our past, it’s where history happens!  The Ohio Statehouse is located in the heart of downtown Columbus and is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m...

French Art Colony

Located in the historic Garden Lots District along the Ohio River, southeastern Ohio's French Art Colony is the ideal destination for art lovers. Founded in 1964, the art colony has become and example for many other sites through its varied arts...

General James B. McPherson Home

Built in 1833, this Civil War General's home is listed on the National Register and is recognized with an Ohio Historical Society Marker.  Exhibited are period furnishings, portraits of the McPherson family, the Generals' battle sword, dressing gown...

Gibraltar Island Tours

Science and History Tours of Gibraltar Island will be held each Wednesday, June 20 through August 15 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. A $10 tour fee supports Stone Lab student scholarships. In the first hour, groups will take a guided tour of the island,...

Glacial Grooves Geological Preserves

The Glacial Grooves on the north side of Kelleys Island are the largest easily accessible such grooves in the world. They were scoured into solid limestone about 18,000 years ago by the great ice sheet which covered part of North America. A trough...

Glendower Historic House

Glendower historic house is a circa 1845 northern antebellum mansion located on five acres of sweeping lawn in Lebanon, Ohio. Glendower was the first dwelling built in an early subdivision known as Floraville. It is noted for its Greek revival...

Governor Bebb MetroPark

The smell of fresh air and a bit of historical flavor are just a few of the ingredients that bring a touch of nostalgia to this preserve. The Governor Bebb Preserve features a historical pioneer village, which includes the log house birthplace of...

Governor's Residence and Heritage Garden

Home of Ohio’s Governors since 1957, this Jacobean Revival Style house was built in 1925. Tours of the public rooms showcase Ohio history, arts, and industry. The grounds feature native plants in gardens that represent Ohio’s diverse landscape, as...

Great Circle Earthworks, Newark Earthworks

The Great Circle Earthworks was built by the Hopewell culture approximately 2,000 years ago. The circle is nearly 1,200 feet in diameter and was used as a vast ceremonial center by its builders.The Great Circle is one part of the Newark Earthworks,...

Great Western School

This little red schoolhouse was constructed in 1870 with bricks made of clay from the banks of a nearby pond. The school was used continuously until 1952. It takes you back in time with  old-fashioned desks/built-in ink wells, McGuffey Readers, even...

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