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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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Gospel Hill Lighthouse, Warsaw

Visit the world's largest working inland lighthouse in Coshocton County.

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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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America’s Largest Outdoor Chandelier

Cleveland’s dazzling Theater District landmark features more than 4,200 acrylic crystals.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Statue, Columbus

The tribute to the iconic strongman stands outside the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

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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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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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The Pencil Sharpener Museum in the Hocking Hills

The late Rev. Paul A. Johnson’s passion for pencil sharpeners led to this quirky mini museum at the Hocking Hills Regional Welcome Center in Logan.

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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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Passenger Pigeon Memorial, Cincinnati

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

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World’s Tallest Our Lady of Guadalupe

This 50-foot-tall statue in Ashtabula County watches over the countryside.

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Dave Grohl Alley, Warren

This Trumbull County city offers an artistic tribute to the Ohio native, Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman

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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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“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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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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American Sign Museum

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

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Horse and Buggy Sculpture, Mesopotamia ​

Artist Chris McConnell made this sculpture from scrap wood using only his arm as a measuring tool. Today, it stands outside the End of the Commons General Store.

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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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