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Road Trips: Ohio Roadside Finds
These curiosities provide a glimpse into local heritage, Ohio history and sheer creativity. They also make for some great social media moments.
Horse and Buggy ATM
This roadside attraction is unusual for an ATM yet feels right at home in Ohio.
Grandpa’s Cheesebarn, Ashland
This roadside icon has become a favorite for Interstate 71 travelers since opening in 1978.
World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock
Did you know the Guinness record-holding cuckoo clock is in Ohio?
The Iconic Longaberger Basket Headquarters
Company founder Dave Longaberger came up with the idea for the imaginative and attention-getting 180,000-square-foot building in 1994
Judy’s Jungle, Mentor
Fiberglass creatures ranging from rhinos to giraffes greet visitors at MT Heat Treat in Mentor.
Lucky Cat Museum, Cincinnati
Micha Robertson’s museum houses more than 2,000 varieties of the iconic maneki-neko or “beckoning cat.”
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.
Field of Corn (with Osage Orange Trees)
This public art piece in Dublin pays tribute to central Ohio’s agricultural roots.
Topiary Garden, Columbus
This Columbus attraction re-creates Georges Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” with plants.
Gene Autry Mural, Kenton
In 2004, artist Keith Hasenbalg created this work that pays tribute to Gene Autry’s ties to the town.
The National Barber Museum and Hall of Fame, Canal Winchester
Barber Ed Jeffers’ tribute to his trade lives on, offering insight into the long history of the barbering business.
Chief Leatherlips Monument, Dublin
Scioto Park pays tribute to a pivotal figure in central Ohio’s Native American history.
The Troll Hole Museum, Alliance
Sherry Groom’s spot celebrates all things troll with more than 20,000 dolls and other pieces of related memorabilia.
Goodale Park Fountain, Columbus
This whimsical landmark is not far from the Sells family “circus” mansion and offers a nod to the history of the area.
Butterfly House, Put-in-Bay
From May until mid-October, a multitude of butterflies float through this 4,000-square-foot attraction on South Bass Island.
Piatt Castles, West Liberty
Mac-A-Cheek castle builder Abram Piatt’s son, William, first opened the family’s twin mansions to the public in the early 20th century.
Alan Freed’s Grave, Cleveland
A jukebox-shaped headstone at Lake View Cemetery marks the grave of the man who popularized rock ’n’ roll.
Cardboard Boat Museum
Some of the most memorable participants in New Richmond’s annual Cardboard Boat Regatta are immortalized in a former gas station.
Allison’s Mini Golf, Geneva-on-the-Lake
This landmark along the Lake Erie shore has roots that stretch back to 1924 and bills itself as America's oldest continually operating miniature golf course.
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