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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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Lucy Hayes Heritage Center

Lucy Hayes Heritage Center. This four room, center hall Federal Style home is
the birthplace of Lucy Ware Webb, who became the wife and helpmate of the
19th ...

MAPS Air Museum

MAPS Air Museum. The MAPS (Military Aviation Preservation Society) Air
Museum is an internationality known aviation museum. MAPS is building a
permanent ...

Algonquin Mill Complex

Algonquin Mill Complex. The Algonquin Mill Complex is a collection of original
and relocated structures assembled on the grounds around the steam-powered ...

North Union Farmers Market

North Union Farmers Market. North Union Farmers Market operates 7 markets in
the Greater Cleveland Area. Farmers markets are a great place to shop for fresh ...

Heritage Days Olmsted Bicentennial

Heritage Days Olmsted Bicentennial. Hometown celebration / Festival This year
Olmsted Communities are celebrating their Bicentennial "Preserving our Past ...

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Laning-Young Research Center

Laning-Young Research Center. The Laning-Young Research Center is a part of
the Firelands Historical Society facilities. Located at 9 Case Avenue, Norwalk, ...

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A C & J Scenic Line

Start your family trip into history with a 1-hour, 12-mile round trip on the AC&J
Scenic Line Railway. Travel as it once was, restful and unhurried. Become the ...

The Ridges Cemeteries & Asylum

The Ridges Cemeteries & Asylum. On January 9, 1874, a state-of-the-art
psychiatric hospital opened on the Ridges in Athens. The Athens Lunatic Asylum,
as it ...

Kennedy Museum of Art

Kennedy Museum of Art. The Kennedy Museum of Art is located in historic Lin
Hall at The Ridges on the Ohio Universitycampus. Named in honor of Edwin L.

Ross Historical Center

Ross Historical Center. The Ross Historical Center, owned and operated by the
Shelby County Historical Society, was built in 1902 as the home to William ...

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