Ohio’s National Park Service Sites
From the wilds of the Cuyahoga Valley to the field where the Wright brothers flew, here’s where you can experience America’s story.
Judy Garland Visits Columbus
In March 1938, actress and singer Judy Garland appeared and performed in our capital city as part of a tour promoting her new film.
How Springfield Saved its Frank Lloyd Wright Home
The Westcott House went through modifications that marred the architect’s original vision and decades of dilapidation before a community effort brought it back to its original splendor.
How Ohio Stadium’s Opening Ushered in a New Era of Sports
The Horseshoe was dedicated on Oct. 21, 1922. The moment marked the rise of both Ohio State Football and the construction of new stadiums across the nation.
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The Legacy of Cincinnati’s King Records
Syd Nathan’s legendary label signed James Brown and released music from a lineup of groundbreaking Black artists. Today, the city and a local foundation are working to revive the building it once called home. READ MORE >>
Shipwrecks of Lake Erie
Our Great Lake holds the remains of hundreds of vessels that disappeared beneath its surface. Today, divers and researchers work to preserve their stories. READ MORE >>
Visit the Thomas Edison Birthplace Museum
This historic site tells the story of how one of the world’s most famous inventors got his start in the Erie County town of Milan. READ MORE >>
Visit 5 Underground Railroad Sites in Ohio
Walk in the footsteps of history at these five properties across the state that helped guide freedom seekers north to Canada. READ MORE >>