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This museum has collections of local history, Indian artifacts, period furniture and archaeology.
Raven's Glenn, known as "Ohio's Crown Jewel Of Wineries" is located on the banks of the beautiful Tuscarawas River in East Central Ohio. By combining a classic "wine country"...
This historical park and museum has collections of Indian artifacts, manuscripts of both missions and village, a memorial monument, and a replica of a log cabin church and the...
This general museum has a variety of collections such as American Indian basketry, beadwork and pottery, Japanese and Chinese fine and decorative arts, porcelains, laquerware,...
As Ohio's largest state park, Salt Fork boasts recreational facilities to suit nearly every taste. Vistors can enjoy activities such as: Fishing, Hunting Hiking Trail, Bridle...
Features collections of Ohio Valley midwestern pattern glass, 20th century paperweights, blown and cut artglass and decorative items.
Take a trip back in time and experience old-world England as historic downtown Cambridge, Ohio, is charmingly transformed into a Dickens Victorian Village. Visitors are invited to...
The 59th annual Ohio Swiss Festival, September 28 - October 1, 2011, is Ohio's premier outdoors event. The festival is a tribute to the hardworking Swiss people who settled here...
General museum housed in the 1831 McFarland Home with collections of glass, military items, china, pottery, hand tools, furniture, kitchen ware and more.
Features artifacts, model train display, exhibits on railroad, rolling stock exhibits in railroad cars, local history and more.
Over 25 small farmers and producers gather each Friday from May through October on the Court House Square under a canopy of trees on a lush lawn in historic Downtown Cambridge....
Nestled among the rolling, picturesque hills of Ohio's Amish countryside come and visit Breitenbach Wine Cellar and taste how good Ohio wines can be.
The Moravian church founded Schoenbrunn ("beautiful spring") in 1772 as a mission to the Delaware Indians. The settlement grew to include sixty dwellings and more than 300...