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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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Karl Rove Talks William McKinley

The political consultant’s book examines how the Ohioan united a splintered Republican party.

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Cardboard Boat Regatta

Corrugated creations are the stars of the New Richmond River Days festival’s annual competition.

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Best Of: Editors’ Picks 2017

Here are this year’s picks for the best places to visit, things to experience and memories to make.

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See the Wright Flyer III at Carillon Historical Park

Take a closer look at the flying machine the Wright brothers called their most significant invention in a building built specially for it.

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Marion’s Merchant Ball

The unpolished spot on the sphere atop the grave marker has moved quite a bit since 1896 and no one really knows why.

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American Sign Museum

Visitors can check out signs from the 1890s through the 1960s at Tod Swormstedt’s Cincinnati attraction.

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Museum of Divine Statues

Lou McClung opened this museum four years ago and features more than 100 statues and artifacts.

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Motts Military Museum

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

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My Ohio: Lessons in Short Order

Money for college was just one of the rewards of working the grill at a lakeside diner.

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Great Ohio Road Trips: Underground Railroad

Abolitionists throughout Ohio helped former slaves escape oppression. These Underground Railroad sites tell those stories.

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Ohio Craft Beer 2018: Quirky Finds, Tours & More

Explore more fun breweries across the state (and get a preview of three set to open later this year).

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The Free Stamp, Cleveland

After getting rejected twice, a now-iconic piece of public art found a home in Willard Park in 1991.

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Steps to Freedom

Uncover America’s past when you visit these Underground Railroad sites along the Ohio River.

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World’s Largest Washboard, Logan

The Columbus Washboard Co. built a 24-foot-tall version of its namesake product to identify its factory in Logan.

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The National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame and Museum

This spot celebrates the accordion-based music the city made famous following World War II.

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Passenger Pigeon Memorial

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden pays tribute to the last of a species.

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4 Ohio Tourist Trails We Love

From legends of aviation to delicious doughnuts, these road trips will get your motor running.

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Walking Through History

First published in 1933, Frank Wilcox’s “Ohio Indian Trails” gets reissue.

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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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