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Indian Mill

In a scenic location along the Sandusky River, Indian Mill, built in 1861, is the nation's first educational museum of milling in its original structure. The restored three-story structure replaces the original one-story building that the U. S....

Indian Trail Caverns

These caverns are a unique cave formation in a natural limestone-dolomite ridge along Ohio Route 568 which traverses the corner of historic Wyandot, Seneca and Hancock counties.  Suitable for the whole family, the caverns allow you to explore the...

Johnson Humrickhouse Museum

The Johnson Humrickhouse Museum is a nationally accrediated museum with four permanent galleries - American Indian, Historic Ohio, Golden Gallery, East Asian-- and a changing exhibit gallery. Of significance includes: Pre-historic Ohio Tools &...

Johnston Farm & Indian Agency

The Johnston Farm & Indian Agency, formerly known as the Piqua Historical Area, celebrates 2,000 years of Ohio's rich history from prehistoric Indians to Ohio's canal era. The focal point of the peaceful 200-acre park is John Johnston--farmer,...

Mohican Reservation Campgrounds & Canoeing

Ohio's most scenic rustic riverfront sites along the Mohican River.Offers RV's, tent camping and canoeing. Cabins, tent & tipi rentals. Catering, live entertainmnet, special group rates & packages. Home of the Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow. A top...

Octogon Earthworks, Newark Earthworks

The Octagon Earthworks are part of the Newark Earthworks complex of prehistoric Indians earthworks, originally one of the most extensive earthworks of its kind in the country.Enclosing 50 acres, the Octagon Earthworks are joined by parallel walls to...

Olentangy Indian Caverns

Formed millions of years ago by the tremendous force of an underground river cutting through solid limestone, the Olentangy Indian Caverns today offer an exciting excursion into ancient Indian lore with a maze of beautiful, winding passages and...

Rentschler Forest MetroPark

This scenic natural area encompasses 350 acres along the Great Miami River. The preserve features nature trails, playgrounds, soccer fields, picnic shelters, and a bike path. Remnants of the Miami-Erie Canal cross through the preserve.

Schoenbrunn Village

The Moravian church founded Schoenbrunn ("beautiful spring") in 1772 as a mission to the Delaware Indians. The settlement grew to include sixty dwellings and more than 300 inhabitants who drew up Ohio's first civil code and built its first Christian...

Serpent Mound

Atop a plateau overlooking the Brush Creek Valley, Serpent Mound is the largest and finest serpent effigy in the United States. Nearly a quarter of a mile long. Serpent Mound apparently represents an uncoiling serpent.In the late nineteenth-century...

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