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Central Ohio

From the hottest spots in German Village to the Ohio State Fair, one of the largest, most-loved state fairs in America, there's something for everyone here in central Ohio. Enjoy symphonies and rock shows, balloon and pumpkin festivals, major and minor league sports – and so much more.

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Upper's Winter Fantasy of Lights

Annual drive-thru light display, over 2 million lights, many original light displays,
ground lighting, music via car radio, Rudolph and Frosty, prescheduled carriage

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Autumn Fiber Festival

Local fiber producers, craftsmen and artists will be brought together to display
and sell their wares, demonstrate their skills and educate the visiting public about

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Garden Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn

"BEST URBAN INN AWARD 2009-10" from BedandBreakfast.com. We are
located in historic Olde Towne - an urban neighborhood just 1 mile from
downtown ...

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Jig Thursdays

Visitors and residents alike will find plenty o' Irish cheer during Jig Thursdays--the
first Thursday of every month after-work celebrations held in beautiful Historic ...

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Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Situated in an 88-acre public park two miles east of downtown Columbus, this
historic, botanical landmark features biomes representing global climates, bonsai
, ...

Pastime Park Campgrounds

Plain City is home to the beautiful Pastime Park - a large 42 acre park, located
just off North Chillicothe Street. The park includes nature paths and walking trails,

Ohio Craft Museum

The Ohio Craft Museum is the only museum in the midwest devoted to collecting
and exhibiting fine craft exclusively. A rotating schedule of exhibitions features ...

Huber Machinery Museum

Edward Huber came to Marion to build his revolving hay rake to ease the hard,
backbreaking work for the farmer. This museum contains examples of Edward ...

Linn School

This school was built in 1897, restored in 2003. The Hamilton's restored the
school and donated it to the Marion Co. Historical Society. Be transported back to
the ...

Great Circle Earthworks, Newark Earthworks

The Great Circle Earthworks was built by the Hopewell culture approximately
2,000 years ago. The circle is nearly 1,200 feet in diameter and was used as a
vast ...

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