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World's Largest Matchstick

Wadsworth’s Ohio Match Co. began making its famous blue-tipped wooden matches in 1895. It went out of business in 1987, but the company’s legacy lives on

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Longaberger Headquarters

Company founder Dave Longaberger came up with the idea for the imaginative and attention-getting 180,000-square-foot building in 1994

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Dickinson Cattle Co.

Darol Dickinson offers bus tours that provide his guests a closer look at his Barnesville ranch’s Texas longhorn cattle.

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ASM International’s Geodesic Dome

Honeycomb-like dome features 13 miles of connected metal tubing.

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The Futuro House

This short-lived design for a space-age abode lives on in Carlisle, Ohio.

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Topiary Garden, Columbus

This Columbus attraction re-creates Georges Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” with plants.

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Field of Corn (with Osage Orange Trees)

This public art piece in Dublin pays tribute to central Ohio’s agricultural roots.

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Dogwood Pass, Beaver

Get a glimpse of Mike Montgomery’s vision of the Old West at a town he created among the hills of Pike County.

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Griswold House, Wadsworth

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” inspired Greg and Rachel Osterland’s annual light display. All we can say is: It’s a beaut, Clark.

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Motts Military Museum, Groveport

Warren Motts’ collection of military artifacts serves as a tribute to our men and women in uniform.

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Apple Water Tower, Jackson

This community of 6,500 in the Appalachian foothills of Jackson County honors its agricultural heritage with a can’t-miss landmark.

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“The Price Is Right” Sign

Autographed by host Bob Barker, this artifact from the early days of the perennially popular television game show now resides in West Lafayette

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Smolen-Gulf Bridge, Ashtabula

This 613-foot span holds the distinction of being the longest covered bridge in the United States.

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Nation’s Shortest Covered Bridge, Geneva ​

Ashtabula County is home to 18 traffic-bearing covered bridges including this diminutive 18-foot-long span.

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Bathtub from the USS Maine, Findlay ​

This artifact from the famous battleship journeyed from the bottom of the sea to the Hancock Historical Museum.

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Ohio Caverns, West Liberty

A farmhand stumbled upon a sinkhole in a field on Abraham William Reams’ property in 1897. The tours of the caves the hole led to started soon after.

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Unofficial Lego Museum

This 36,600-square-foot former school is filled with years of owner Dan Brown’s collecting obsession.

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Temple of Tolerance

Visit Jim Bowsher’s thought-provoking backyard oasis in Wapakoneta.

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