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Grandpa’s Cheesebarn, Ashland

This roadside icon has become a favorite for Interstate 71 travelers since opening in 1978.

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Gene Autry Mural, Kenton

In 2004, artist Keith Hasenbalg created this work that pays tribute to Gene Autry’s ties to the town.

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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.

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Chief Leatherlips Monument, Dublin

Scioto Park pays tribute to a pivotal figure in central Ohio’s Native American history.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Lucky Cat Museum, Cincinnati ​

Micha Robertson’s museum houses more than 2,000 varieties of the iconic maneki-neko or “beckoning cat.”

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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.

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Judy’s Jungle

Fiberglass creatures ranging from rhinos to giraffes greet visitors at MT Heat Treat in Mentor.

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Alan Freed’s Grave, Cleveland

A jukebox-shaped headstone at Lake View Cemetery marks the grave of the man who popularized rock ’n’ roll.

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Cardboard Boat Museum

Some of the most memorable participants in New Richmond’s annual Cardboard Boat Regatta are immortalized in a former gas station.

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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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Early Television Museum, Hilliard

Vintage televisions and memorabilia such as this statue of RCA’s Nipper mascot are part of the fun in Hilliard.

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Captain Hook’s Tomb, Stockport

Isaac Newton Hook was a well-known 19th-century boatman on the Muskingum River. He also designed and created his own tomb.

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Giant Tomato Soup Can

The instantly recognizable icon stands outside Campbell Soup Co.’s Napoleon production facility.

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Buckeye Express Diner

This train car has been reinvented as a casual dining spot that pays tribute to all things scarlet and gray.

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Big Muskie’s Bucket

Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, the gargantuan machine extracted more than 130 million tons of coal from a 125,000-acre surface mine.

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The Gilboa Bull

The giant fiberglass bull has been standing its ground on state Route 224 since the 1970s.

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Field of Corn (With Osage Oranges)

This public art piece in Dublin pays tribute to central Ohio’s agricultural roots.

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