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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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Davis~Shai House

The Davis ~Shai House is a beautiful Gothic Revival Victorian home preserved
by the Heath Community Arts Council & City of Heath . Originally, built on the ...

Indian Creek Distillery

Visit the newly built Artisan Distillery & Tasting Room to sample a unique early
American frontier whiskey, distilled in the same copper pot stills from almost 200

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,.

Global Groceries: A Tour of Ethnic Markets in Columbus

Take a 3-hour global food tour through local ethnic markets. We'll continue on to
an Asian market where among other Asian taste experiences, we'll discover ...

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  • Central

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

Woodland Historic Cemetery & Arboretum

Woodland Historic Cemetery & Arboretum is the fifth largest rural/garden
cemetery in the US. Founded in 1841 it is one of the most historic. Enjoy a
beautiful ...

Union Hall Theater

The Village of Chesterhill was founded by Quakers in 1834 and incorporated in
1899. Built in 1908, the Union Hall Theater provided a venue for speakers, ...

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