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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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Murphy Theatre

Charles Webb Murphy, who owned the Chicago Cubs during 1906-1914, built
this landmark in downtown Wilmington's historic district. A monument to Murphy,
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Amherst Sandstone Village

Tour the Sandstone Museum Center to experience the unique charm of Amherst
and learn why it is known as “The Sandstone Center of the World.” ...

Showboat Majestic

Come aboard the Showboat Majestic as she celebrates the 90th season in her
legendary career! The summer will feature an All-American slate of musicals and
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Star Spangled Spectacular

Star Spangled Spectacular attracts over 30000 spectators each year celebrating
our nation's independence with the best fireworks in the area.

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T & O C Railroad Station

Built in 1892, this restored Toledo & Ohio Central passenger station is open to
the public. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, this structure has ...

Gene Autry Mural & Park

This mural and park, located on the corner or Franklin and Market Streets in
downtown Kenton, was dedicated on June 26, 2004 . The mural commemorates
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Amish Heritage Group Tours

Let us plan your next trip to Amish country. We can help you create a tour that
your group will remember for a lifetime. Our knowledgeable guides can ...

Lane Hooven House

This rare, restored octagonal home with a unique spiral staircase was built in
1863 and was the home of Clark Lane, a prominent Butler County industrialist ...

Quaker Yearly Meeting House

This three-story brick building was erected in Mount Pleasant in 1814 and was
the first yearly Quaker meeting house west of the Alleghenies. Capable of
holding ...

Fort Ancient Earthworks & Nature Preserve

Fort Ancient features 18,000 feet of earthen walls built 2,000 years ago by
American Indians who used the shoulder blades of deer, split elk antler, clam
shell ...

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