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Celtic Cocktail Trail

The Columbus suburb of Dublin embraces all things Irish 365 days a year.

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Aviation Trail

High-flying moments in air-and-space history happened here.

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Tiny Towns, Big Fun

Hit the road to check out these villages that offer road trip-worthy attractions despite their blink-and-you’ll-miss-them size.

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Le Torte Dolci, Springfield

During their family’s travels through Europe, Lisa and Dan Freeman gathered inspiration for the selection of beautiful pastries they serve at their downtown shop.

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The Macaron Tea Room, Broadview Heights

Alla Yakimiv grew up baking for church events and family functions. Today, she serves a beautiful array of pastries at her suburban Cleveland tearoom.

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Fox in the Snow Cafe, Columbus

After opening in 2014, Lauren Culley and Jeff Excell’s home for great coffee and scratch-made pastries now has three central Ohio locations.

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St. Anne the Tart, Dayton​

Megan Smith’s St. Anne’s Hill neighborhood bakery merges international influences with seasonal ingredients in a space with history.

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Butler County Donut Trail

Prepare for a sugar rush on this southwest Ohio trail filled with delicious creations.

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Butler County: 5 Great Places for Public Art

This Southwest Ohio county celebrates art in a mix of forms and in a variety of places. Here are five fun locations to explore, from the City of Sculpture to the Miami University campus.

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Kingwood Center Gardens, Mansfield

The estate of Charles Kelley King will now be open to visitors year-round with the addition of a new visitors’ center complete with a gallery, greenhouse and Buehler’s Fresh Foods cafe.

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Cockeye BBQ, Warren

This small and homey spot on the city’s west side serves up slow-cooked barbecue favorites, new creations and a fun lineup of super-premium ice cream.

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3 Ohio Castles You Can Visit

These beautiful structures across Ohio offer a window into history and the chance to walk among the elegance and grandeur of an earlier age.

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Ohio’s Shawshank Trail

In 1993, “The Shawshank Redemption” was filmed at the Ohio State Reformatory and more than a dozen other nearby sites. We followed in the footsteps of Andy and Red. Here’s how you can, too.

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Haunted Ohio: Historic Buxton Inn

Granville’s Historic Buxton Inn has welcomed famous guests ranging from Abraham Lincoln to Henry Ford. The property is spiritually active with a cast of characters tied to its past.

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Haunted Ohio: The Lafayette Hotel

Marietta’s historic riverfront hotel has a long history and plenty of ghost stories. Book a room — or a tour with Hidden Marietta — to see the place for yourself.

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Haunted Ohio: Ohio State Reformatory

The Mansfield prison made famous in the 1993 film “The Shawshank Redemption” dates back to 1896. Visitors can walk its hallways in search of the specters still said to live there.

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Haunted Ohio: Golden Lamb

Ohio’s oldest continuously operating business dates back to 1803. Visitors over the years have included 12 U.S. presidents, but its Sarah Stubbs’ story that sticks with you.

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Simply Sweet

Sample a range of old-fashioned and handmade treats at these Amish Country spots.

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Carry Me Home

Ohio’s Underground Railroad and abolitionist sites are rich with history.

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