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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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U.S. Grant Boyhood Home

The Grant Boyhood Home in Georgetown was the home of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th
president of the United States, from 1823, when Grant was one year old, until ...

Christmas Candlelightings 2014 in Historic Roscoe Village

Roscoe Village, an 1800s restored canal era village, cheers on the holiday
season with its Christmas Candlelighting. Share in the evening's tradition of
lighting ...

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Moore House Museum

Built by former Lorain Mayor Leonard Moore and his family, the beautifully
restored home now houses the Black River Historical Society's collections.
Displays ...

Amish Country Riding Stables - Charm

Featured in "America's Horse" August 2009 Issue. Take a Guided Horseback
Trail Ride in Ohio's Amish Country at the Guggisberg Swiss Inn. Enjoy Winter fun
 ...

First Responders Park

Sep 11, 2010 ... Nestled beside Westerville Fire Station 111, you'll find an inspirational setting in
which to celebrate the achievements and contemplate the ...

Lincoln Highway Yard Sale

In commemoration of the first paved transcontinental highway - the Lincoln
Highway, which is Main Street in Van Wert - the community participates in the
Lincoln ...

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Monument Park & the Trumbull County Veterans' Memorial

This park, which is on the east bank of the Mahoning River and includes a
reconstructed log cabin built on the site of Warren's first schoolhouse (circa 1804)
, ...

Coshocton Co. Antique Power Annual Summer Show

Each summer, enjoy hundreds of antique tractors and other antique power
equipment at this popular event., including the parade at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday.

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Big Bottom Memorial Park

Named for the broad Muskingum floodplain, the three-acre Big Bottom Memorial
Park is the site of a skirmish between Ohio Company settlers and Delaware and ...

Blue Rock Station

Tour a green homestead (home to Ohio's first Earthship-made of tires, cans,
bottles, adobe and re-claimed barn wood). Annie and Jay Warmke (along with
their ...

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