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My Ohio: Two Men and a Map

A driving tour connects father and son to Ohio’s history and resplendent autumn landscapes.

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Michigan Lighthouses

Michigan is home to 129 lighthouses — more than any other state — offering visitors a look at Great Lakes history.

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Marion Popcorn Festival Recipes

Everyone’s favorite movie snack holds a special place in Marion’s history — a fact the town celebrates every September.

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Hometown Getaways

Discover the history, fun and flavors that make our 2015-2016 Best Hometowns great places to visit.

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Festival Fun in Michigan

Summers means gatherings that celebrate the state’s automotive history, music, craft beer and more.

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Mound Cemetery, Marietta

This historic cemetery offers visitors a unique look back through time and insight into the early days of the Northwest Territory’s first permanent settlement.

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Lock 15 Brewing Co., Akron

Colin Cook and Joe Karpinski play on Akron history at their brewpub along the Ohio & Erie Canal that also offers a menu of interesting eats.

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Best Hometowns 2019: Newark

Licking County’s largest city has reinvented its downtown with upgrades that play on local history while creating a strong sense of community.

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Fall Road Trips in Ohio

Explore more than 580 miles of autumn adventure with these five routes that offer plenty of history, hiking, food, family fun and more.

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Hocking Hills Orchard, Logan

Visitors to Derek Mills’ orchard get a wide-ranging history lesson that’s a lot sweeter than what we learned in school.

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Reinventing the Aurora Inn

This northeast Ohio landmark was shuttered before its new owners teamed with HGTV’s Genevieve Gorder to create a modern hotel that honors its 90-year history.

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Best Hometowns 2019: Fremont

The Sandusky River runs through the center of this northwest Ohio community that has deep ties to American history, a wealth of outdoor recreation and a great downtown.

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Entertrainment Junction, West Chester

Billed as the home of the world’s largest model train display, this Butler County destination immerses visitors in America’s railroading history.

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Akron: Outdoor Fun & Tourist Trails

These favorites throughout Summit County allow travelers to embrace history and nature. Plus, there is great coffee, craft beer and vintage shopping along the way.

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Ohio Beach Towns

Waterfront eats, history and fun in the sand — these four spots along the Lake Erie shore should be part of your travel plans between now and the end of summer.

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Michigan Museum Tour

These six destinations are great places to spend time exploring culture, history and art. Here’s what you’ll see at each this fall.

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Toledo: Natural Getaways

From the Toledo Zoo & Aquarium’s new natural history museum to the Maumee River Water Trail, check out these Glass City attractions.

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How Ohio Helped Make the Jeep an Icon

Between 1941 and 1945, Willys-Overland of Toledo produced more than 363,000 jeeps for the war effort. Soldiers loved the vehicle, and it grew into a popular consumer brand that today employs thousands of Ohio autoworkers.

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1936: The Great Flood

That spring, Marietta was just one of many river towns overtaken by rising waters that covered portions of a dozen states.

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The Robinson-Shuba Commemorative Statue

This addition to Youngstown’s Wean Park immortalizes the famous handshake between baseball players George Shuba and Jackie Robinson.

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