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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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Serpent Mound

Atop a plateau overlooking the Brush Creek Valley, Serpent Mound is the largest
and finest serpent effigy in the United States. Nearly a quarter of a mile long.

Ohio Valley Frontier Days

Every year Historic Fort Steuben – a reconstructed 18th century fort built on its
original site overlooking the Ohio River – opens its mighty wooden gates for two ...

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Winegrowers of the Grand River Valley Turkey Trot

Nov 8 (Sat. 12pm - 5pm) A PROGRESSIVE WINE TASTING EVENT 1-5 p.m. $5 per person
at each winery Join Debonne Vineyards, Ferrante Winery, Grand River Cellars, ...

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  • Northeast

Fowler's Mill

The 170-year-old Fowler's Mill produces a wide variety of high-quality Traditional
American Baking Mixes including pancake mixes, muffin mixes, cookie mixes, ...

Miamisburg Mound

The Miamisburg Mound is the largest conical burial mound in the state of Ohio
and possibly in the eastern U.S.. Archaeological investigations of the surrounding

National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center

The National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center near Dayton aims to
educate the public about African American history and culture from African
origins ...

Tyn Rhos Church and Cemetery

The first formal church in Southeastern Ohio built by the Welsh Pioneers in 1850,
replacing a log church built in 1840. It is part of the Welsh Scenic Byway that ...

The Gathering at Garst

Experience this exceptional event held outside on the beautiful grounds of Garst
Museum in Greenville, Ohio. Featuring juried artists, antique dealers, garden ...

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Indian Mill

In a scenic location along the Sandusky River, Indian Mill, built in 1861, is the
nation's first educational museum of milling in its original structure. The restored ...

Wood County Historical Center & Museum

The Wood County Historical Center and Museum is open for self-guided tours of
over 20 exhibits inside the former County Poor House, or Infirmary.

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