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Autumn is when the Buckeye State truly shines. Whether you have just an afternoon, a full day or an entire weekend, we have plenty of ideas for you.
If you have only have a few hours to spare, these attractions provide a great afternoon getaway.
If you have a full day for an adventure, these places offer a wealth of options for exploring.
If you have a full weekend to explore, these destinations will bring you up close to fall color and autumn fun.
Whether you’re looking for family-friendly frights or sheer terror, here’s where to find the scare you’re looking for this season.
Our capital city celebrates the Harlem Renaissance with a variety of exhibits and performances tied to and influenced by this pivotal American era.
A trip to Kentucky offers a wealth of American heritage, including beautiful horses, tasty bourbon and amazing caves.
These six destinations are great places to spend time exploring culture, history and art. Here’s what you’ll see at each this fall.
Food + Drink
The Ohio Sauerkraut Festival is a Waynesville tradition. One of its main sponsors, Frank's Kraut, shares how to get creative with the celebration’s star ingredient.
Ohio University’s Kennedy Museum of Art hosts an exhibition featuring works from the acclaimed Athens studio for artists with developmental differences.
Author Wil Haygood curates a Columbus Museum of Art exhibition offering insight into how the Harlem Renaissance reshaped American culture.
Home + Garden
Cozy up, people. Innkeepers Bobbi and Jeff Noe of The Welsh Hills Inn share how to create warm and inviting outdoor spaces this time of year.
Co-founders Shari Escott and Cathy Strauss convert vintage paper products into inventive and fun new designs.
This annual fall conference in southeast Ohio delves into the theories and folklore behind monsters said to roam the land.
The Oberlin Conservatory of Music professor discusses playing with Paul Simon, teaching and the power of percussion.
Mona Rutger founded Back to the Wild in 1990 as a place to nurse injured animals back to health. Over the course of a year, the center is home to more than 2,500 creatures, ranging from owls to butterflies.
Two breast cancer survivors and their doctors share their advice for keeping a positive attitude and finding the right treatment for you.
This 613-foot span holds the distinction of being the longest covered bridge in the United States.