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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Experience one of the primer Native American-themed educational events in the
region! Enjoy Native flute museum and drumming, and view up to 100 dancers ...
One of the Hocking Hills region's historical and cultural landmarks is the Historic
Victorian Public Square in Nelsonville. This charming arts destination is home to
Shaker Historical Museum. The Shaker Museum is housed in a local mansion
overlooking Upper Shaker Lake. The museum exhibits a large collection of ...
Chillicothe Railroad Museum. A unique railroad museum housed in two B&O
Cabooses, one of which has been restored to 1927 vintage condition. You can
The Sandusky County Fairgrounds has been the host to many attractions and
events such as fairs, flea markets and racer's swap meets for over 150 years.
The largest American History research center in Northeast Ohio, the Library
holdings consists of 235000 books; 25000 volumes of newspapers; 30500 rolls
Trolley Tours Inc. Narrated tour provides an overview of the historic architecture
and sites of Marietta..Ohio's oldest city, aboard a trolley-like vehicle.
The dramatically expanded and redesigned Allen County Museum is a premier
attraction for history lovers of all ages. Railroad buffs will enjoy seeing the 1925 ...
Leo Petroglyph. Leo Petroglyph is an outstanding example of prehistoric Indian
inscriptions. On the edge of a beautiful ravine, the sandstone petroglyph ...
Delaware County Historical Society -- Nash House. The Delaware County
Historical Society is a complex consisting of a house museum built in 1876 and