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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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12 Must-Visit Spots in Ohio’s Appalachian Region

Spanning 32 Ohio counties, this part of our state offers experiences that highlight the outdoors, history and culture. Here are 12 destinations to put on your list.

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Food, Shopping, Stays and more in Ohio’s Amish Country

From getaway stays and comfort food to local history and great shopping, these destinations offer classic tastes of the simple life alongside new favorites.

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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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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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5 Best Hometowns to Visit this Summer

From sites that illuminate Ohio history to downtown shopping and dining, explore these spots we discovered while visiting our Best Hometowns 2021-22.

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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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These Two Famous Ohioans Were High School Classmates in 1890

Dayton's Central High School had 27 students in its 1890 class portrait. Two went on to change the world.

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1969: Neil Armstrong Returns to Wapakoneta

On Sept. 6, 1969, the first man to walk on the moon returned to his hometown for a hero’s welcome. Comedian Bob Hope and Gov. James Rhodes joined him.

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James A. Garfield Memorial, Cleveland

A massive and ongoing restoration of the James A. Garfield Memorial at Cleveland’s Lake View Cemetery is bringing the towering tribute back to its original 1890 splendor.

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How Rocky Brands Got Its Start in Nelsonville

William and F.M. Brooks founded their footwear company in Athens County in 1932. Today, it is still headquartered there and still making boots that will help you tackle the terrain.

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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 Legacy of Harry M. Stevens

The native of England settled in Niles, Ohio, before trading his mill job for the baseball business. The innovations he pioneered remain staples of the ballpark experience.

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One Giant Leap: Apollo 11 at 50

Fifty years after Ohioan Neil Armstrong took his first steps on the moon, we look to the past and share how you can celebrate America’s space milestone this summer.

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‘Winesburg, Ohio’ at 100

Sherwood Anderson’s 1919 cycle of short stories is a literary classic. But when it was published, it caused a stir in the author’s hometown of Clyde, Ohio, where many believed the work of fiction was spilling the town’s secrets.

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