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Adena Mansion & Gardens
Adena Mansion & Gardens things to do on a rainy day in Ohio
Historic Site in Chillicothe, OH USA

2000 Acre Estate of Thomas Worthington Adena Mansion & Gardens was the former home of Thomas Worthington, the sixth Governor of the State of Ohio and considered to be the Father of Ohio Statehood.


Harding Memorial
Harding Memorial
Historic Site in Marion, OH USA

The final resting place of President and Mrs. Warren G. Harding is the largest and most beautiful presidential memorial outside of Washington D.C. Built in 1925, it contains 46 columns of timeless white Georgia marble. The sturcture is beautiful.

Heritage Hall
Heritage Hall things to do on a rainy day in Ohio
Historic Site in Marion, OH USA

Old US Post Office, three museums in one! Once the city's main post office, is three museums in one. It is home to the famous Wyandot Popcorn Museum and features Warren G. Harding memorabilia and historical artifacts and antiques collected by the Marion Co. Historical Society.

Historic Fort Steuben
Historic Fort Steuben things to do on a rainy day in Ohio
Historic Site in Steubenville, OH USA

Reconstructed 18th century fort and park Historic Fort Steuben is a reconstructed 18th century fort on its original site overlooking the Ohio River in Steubenville, Ohio.

Hopewell Culture National Historical Park
Hopewell Culture National Historical Park
Historic Site in Chillicothe, OH USA

Geometric Earthworks of the Ancient Hopewell Culture Hopewell Culture National Historical Park preserves several of the earthworks of the ancient American Indian culture we call the Hopewell. The Hopewell culture was centered on Chillicothe from about 200 BC to AD 400.


Marion Palace Theatre
Marion Palace Theatre things to do on a rainy day in Ohio
Historic Site in Marion, OH USA

Opened in 1928 as a vaudevillle movie palace designed by the foremost theatre designer of that era, John Eberson. Stars twinkle and clouds circulate overhead in this Moorish style architecture. Opened in 1928 as a vaudeville movie palace designed by the foremost theatre designer of that era, John Eberson. Organ concerts can be performed on the 1926 ""Mighty"" Wurlitzer organ. Live performances and first run movies are shown at the theatre.

Sauder Village
Sauder Village
Historic Site in Archbold, OH USA

Ohio's largest living-history destination

The Housley House Bed and Breakfast
The Housley House Bed and Breakfast
Historic Site in Grand Rapids, OH USA

1883 Victorian Italianate Home built by R.A. Housley The Housley House Bed and Breakfast is a moment spent today, in yesterday's world.

Veterans Memorial Park
Veterans Memorial Park
Historic Site in Marion, OH USA

This park has a separate monument dedicated to each war the United States has fought, through the Global War on Terrorism. A special monument is honoring the women who have fought. This park has separate monuments dedicated to each war the United States has fought including the Global War on Terrorsim. A special memorial is dedicated to the women who have fought for our country. Local citizens donated the funds to make the park possible.


World War II Memorial
World War II Memorial
Historic Site in Marion, OH USA

Located at the main entrance to the Marion Cemetery is the World War II Memorial. This memorial is the largest monument dedicated to the war outside of Washington DC was dedicated in 2001. Located at the main entrance of the Marion Cemetery is the World War II Memorial. With flags waving and benches filling the walk way to the memorial. This is the largest monument dedicated to the war outside of Washington DC and was dedicated in 2001.


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Chillicothe
Marion


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