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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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Brownella Cottage & Galion Historical Museum

Brownella Cottage & Galion Historical Museum. Surrounded by many trees,
ornate wrought iron fencing and gardens of daylilies, this magnificent mansion ...

Historic State Route 75 Tunnel

Historic State Route 75 Tunnel. This 165-foot structure was built in 1866. Today,
a staircase allows visitors to climb outside the top of the tunnel to view the ...

Brukner Nature Center

Brukner Nature Center. Brukner Nature Center is a privately-funded, nonprofit
organization dedicated to environmental education and wildlife rehabilitation.

Geroux Herb Gardens

Geroux Herb Gardens. Recognized as Ohio's Herb Capital, Gahanna offers the
Herbal Trail ... dotted with scenic meditative paths, culinary inspiration and ...

Bedford Historical Society Museum and Archive

The holdings of the Bedford Historical Society are listed with the Library of
Congress in Washington DC. Archival information is available to researchers
locally, ...

Greater Buckeye Lake Historical Society and Museum

Greater Buckeye Lake Historical Society and Museum. Features more than 1,000
historical artifacts and displays from the region, beginning with Cranberry Bog, ...

Hanby House

Hanby House. Benjamin Russel Hanby, composer of numerous songs-- Darling
Nelly Gray and Up On The Housetop--lived in this home in Westerville with his ...

The Midland Theatre

The Midland Theatre. The Midland Theatre has become the premier venue for
the arts in Licking County and its surrounding central Ohio area. Featuring an ...

Ghost Walks

Walk with Victoria through downtown Port Clinton as she recounts eerie tales
past and present on the shores of Lake Erie. From the summer solstice through ...

Harriet Taylor Upton House

Harriet Taylor Upton House. This historic site, which was built in 1840 by Henry B
Perkins, son of General Simon Perkins, sits along Millionaires' Row in ...

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