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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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Caesar's Creek Pioneer Village

Tale a step back in time with approximately 20 log buildings preserved for future
generations. Visit our website for a complete list of exciting events taking place ...

Dinner With The Presidents

Meet and dine with various Presidents of the United States of America. The
evening begins with a gala reception and arrival of the Presidents followed by a ...

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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

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 ...

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 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
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Columbus Jazz & Rib Fest

Columbus Jazz & Rib Fest. Join us downtown in the Arena District for Jazz & Rib
Fest, a highly anticipated summertime tradition offering both jazz and rib ...

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Our House

Our House. 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 ...

Olentangy Indian Caverns

Olentangy Indian Caverns. Formed millions of years ago by the tremendous force
of an underground river cutting through solid limestone, the Olentangy Indian ...

Bear's Mill

Built in 1849 by Gabriel Baer, Bear's Mill is one of the few operating water-
powered mills in Ohio. The site of the present mill, as well as the water rights,
were ...

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