Visit the home of the 29th President of the United States, Warren G. Harding. Stand on the porch where he gave the famous campaign speeches that launched his quest for the presidency in 1920.The Harding Memorial, where President Harding and his wife Florence are buried, is the largest memorial dedicated to a President outside of Washington DC.
Across the street is Veterans Memorial Park with a monument dedicated to every was that has been fought through the Global War on Terrorism.
Heritage Hall, the old US Post Office, where there is additional Harding memorabilia, the one of a kind Wyandot Popcorn Museum and history of Marion.
The Huber Machinery Museum displays Huber's first patent, the wood revolving hay rake which he began manufacturing in Marion in 1865. Many examples of his finest steam and gasoline tractors, threshers and road-building equipment.
Marion Union Station where two major railroads cross paths in Marion, the Norfolk Southern and CSX. More than 100 trains pass by the station every day. An impressive collection of memorabilia and the AC Tower, which was once the main switching facility for the Erie Railroad, Marion Division.
Marion Palace Theatre designed by the foremost theatre designer of the 1928 era, John Eberson. Stars twinkle and clouds circulate overhead in the Moorish style architecture.
A tour of Shamrock Vineyard where all processes for making wine take place here, including bottling of the 2,500 gallons of wine produced each year.