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Ohio Heritage

Ohio proudly protects the best of our past. Take a trip back in time to explore the Underground Railroad, coastal lighthouses or ancient Indian Mounds. Celebrate our contributions to making Ohio – and the world – a better place by planning a weekend trip to uncover our Ohio treasures.

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The Rebel Run - Rod & Custom Nationals

This year marks the 36th anniversary of The Rebel Run Rod & Custom Nationals
car show. Visitors to the show are sure to enjoy the more than 1,000 show cars ...

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  • Northwest

Cedar Bog Nature Preserve

Cedar Bog Nature Preserve is the largest and best example of a boreal and
prairie fen complex in Ohio. It has many rare plants and animals, as well as
excellent ...

Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum

This hands-on museum stands on the former Henry Flagler family estate. The site
is named for the Mad River & Lake Erie Railroad, the 1st chartered railroad in ...

Martinsville Covered Bridge

Enjoy one of the nation's remaining covered bridges. Come see this beautiful
example over Todd's Fork just west of Martinsville in southern Clinton County.

Fossil Park

Fossil Park, located in an abandoned quarry in Sylvania, Ohio, is an unusual
destination for travellers who are interested in rocks, quarries or mines. The park
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IMAX Theatre at the U.S. Air Force Museum

IMAX Theatre features a six-story high screen, six channel digital sound and at
least two different features showing every day. Seeing an IMAx film is an amazing
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Our House Tavern

Our House--a three-story brick tavern in the Federal style--was built in Gallipolis
by Henry Cushing in 1819. The tavern boasted (in addition to its taproom, dining
 ...

Cincinnati Museum Center's African Culture Fest

Activities at the oldest annual African Culture Fest will reflect the diversity of
African cultures. Visitors can sample authentic goods from the African
marketplace, ...

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Museum of Troy History

A rich tapestry of history is housed in the restored pre-Civil War home of John
Kitchen. The museum features common household items used from 1850 to 1950
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Kiedaisch Point Park

Kiedaisch Point Park provides a grand view of The Ohio River. With nearly seven
miles of the river unfolding below its point, the park provides visitors a unique ...

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