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Ohio Arts & Culture

Let us entertain, enrich and inspire you. Ohio is home to world-class museums, quaint galleries, vibrant performing arts, as well as museums and centers that honor our heroes and innovators from the past.

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Zoar Village

This quaint German village was founded in 1817 by religious dissenters called
the Society of Separatists. The Society named their village Zoar, which is taken ...

Ohio History Center and Ohio Village

Enjoy exhibits on Ohiohistory, archaeology, natural history and more;. explore a
recreated19th-century Ohio community; or use our vast library to explore Ohio ...

Tri-State Gun Show

Don't miss this show featuring guns, knives, hunting equipment and associated
collectibles - both old and new - for purchase. The Tri-State Gun Show has been
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WinterFest-Bowling Green

Winterfest is a three-day winter-themed event with free family fun and loads of
surprises. Ice Sculptures, horse-drawn carriage rides, kidsactivities, snow games,

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Backstreet Festival

Join us for the Annual Backstreet Festival presented by the Hancock Historical
Museum. Antique cars and bicycles, horse drawn vehicles, quilt show, ice cream
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50th Annual Willshire Homecoming Days

The first of this summer's village festivals in Van Wert County is celebrated in
Willshire - the original county sea of Van Wert County. The festival begins this ...

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Final Fridays on the Square

Visit the historic Nelsonville Public Square for Final Fridays, a montly community
arts event. Galleries and retail shops feature special art events at each venue.

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Merry-Go-Round Museum

"UPS and DOWNS" is the Merry-Go-Round Museum's latest exhibit. You are
invited to take a spin on an antique merry-go-round at the end of an entertaining
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John Christ Winery

Enjoy 17 medal-winning wines from Merlot to Ruby Port.

The Dawes Arboretum

One of the premier public gardens in North America, The Dawes Arboretum has
more than 1,800 acres of plant collections, gardens and natural areas. Founded ...

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