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History on Tap

Cincinnati’s Bockfest turns 25 this year, offering beer lovers a taste of the city’s storied brewing past.

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Creating History

Miami University Art Museum’s “Telling a People’s Story: African-American Children’s Illustrated Literature” features 130 works published during the past 50 years.

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Road Trips: Classic Cincinnati Tour

From landmark buildings to baseball history to amusement park thrills, these Cincinnati spots offer fun ways to revisit the past.

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Wyandot Popcorn Museum, Marion

This spot celebrates the city of Marion’s role in snack history.

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The Case of Ohio’s Best Documented UFO

What happened in the skies near Charles Mill Lake on Oct. 18, 1973, stands as one of the most credible UFO experiences in United States history. It is known as the Coyne Incident.

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How Artists Shaped Dayton

An ongoing Dayton History exhibition focuses on 14 people who merged industry and art.

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Cannon Restorationist Bob Gillmor’s Booming Business

Bob Gillmor’s love for history and knack for tinkering led him to create and restore military cannons from our past.

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Secret Ohio: Queen City Underground Tour

Cincinnati has a long history that comes to light once you delve into the secrets of the city’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.

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Home of the Brave

The Ohio History Center honors "The American Soldier" with a poignant photo exhibit of the men and women of wars past and present.

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4 Western Pennsylvania Spots for Culture, Nature and History

Head across the Ohio border to explore these cultural attractions in Pittsburgh and the surrounding Pennsylvania countryside.

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The Strange Tale of Ten Cent Beer Night

What the Cleveland Indians dreamed up during the summer of 1974 is a bizarre slice of baseball folklore and an odd page of Ohio history.

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Ohio History | Travel | Ohio Magazine

Learn about Ohio's rich history and visit the places where those who helped shape our state and nation once lived and worked.

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Cozad-Bates House Interpretive Center, Cleveland

The Cozad-Bates House Interpretive Center tells the story of Cleveland’s abolitionist history and those who helped freedom seekers along the Underground Railroad.

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Ohio’s Lake Erie Lighthouses

The beacons that stand along our shoreline illuminate our state’s long maritime history. Here are 12 places where you can connect with that heritage.

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Sauder Village’s 1920s Main Street

Ohio’s largest living-history attraction has added a new chapter to its Walk Through Time: a downtown block of discovery that’s 100 years in the making.

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Secrets of the Ohio Statehouse

The seat of our state government is filled with beautiful touches and hidden bits of history that can be discovered by way of daily tours.

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Ohio Finds: “Landing of the Pioneers” Painting

Artist Sala Bosworth’s work depicts the arrival of The Ohio Company in 1788. Samuel P. Hildreth, author of the 1848 book “Pioneer History of the Ohio Valley” commissioned the piece.

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Floodwall Murals, Portsmouth

This southern Ohio city’s dozens of downtown murals depict scenes from local history reaching back centuries.

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‘Ohio: An Unnatural History’ in Fremont

This special exhibition at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library and Museums examines the role folklore plays in our lives.

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Experience Summer in West Virginia

Whether you’re looking for family fun and relaxation, history and music, or whitewater rafting and outdoor adventure, these four Mountain State spots deliver.

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