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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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Dayton Hamvention

The world's largest amateur radio gathering, Hamvention®, returns to Hara Arena
. About 500 indoor exhibits will include the latest amateur radio equipment from ...

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  • Southwest

Story Mound

Story Mound, of interest primarily to archaeologists, consists of a large, rounded
earthen mound located on slightly less than an acre of ground in Chillicothe.

"Preserving the Hoover Legacy"

"Preserving the Hoover Legacy" -- View Victorian elegance in decor, family
furnishings, vintage ladies' fashions which accent the legacy of The Hoover ...

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  • Northeast

Wings & Things Guest Lecture - Dr. Squire Brown

Dr. Squire L. Brown will present "Pushing the Envelope: Vision and Genius in the
R&D Gallery." During his lecture, Brown will discuss the museum's Research ...

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  • Southwest

A Little Slice of Heaven Cabin

Relax in this 2 unit log cabin overlooking the beautiful. Willandale Golf Course.
Featuring equipped kitchenette,. Jacuzzi, surround sound DVD/CD player,.

Lambert Lands Memorial

This memorial is dedicated to 30 ex-slaves freed by slave holder Charles
Lambert, Jr. of Bedford County, Virginia in his last will and testament. In 1843, the

Lana Bella Alpaca Farm

Lana Bella is located on State Rt. 9 in Carrollton. Home to over 50 beautiful
alpacas, this farm was built in 1880 on 54 acres of rolling Ohio hills. Lana Bella
offers ...

Coshocton Crossroads: Living Traditions in the Heart of Ohio

What is 'local' about locally-made arts and fine crafts? This exhibition explores
how history, heritage, and place inform the art from one of Ohio's most distinctive

Symmes Burial Grounds

This one-acre historical site is the burial ground for some of the City of Fairfield's
earliest settlers. Early Farifield settlers Celadon and Phebe Symmes are buried ...

Sauder Village Explore the Crafts

This special event affords guests a greater appreciation of the talented craftsmen
at Sauder Village, inspires guests to be creative, and provides great memories ...

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  • Northwest

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