25 Famous Landmarks in Ohio State You Must Visit Story

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Introduction

25 Famous Landmarks in Ohio State You Must Visit Story

Ohio, in the Midwestern United States, is a diverse state with both big cities and...

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Landmark 1

The Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis National Historic Site, Maumee

Located in Maumee, the Fallen Timbers Battlefield is the site of an American victory over...

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Landmark 2

Ohio State Reformatory, Mansfield

The Ohio State Reformatory is one of many interesting famous places in Ohio. The building...

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Landmark 3

William Howard Taft Historic Site, Cincinnati

Ohio has many historical landmarks, including the William Howard Taft Historic Site in Cincinnati. This...

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Landmark 4

Cincinnati Music Hall, Cincinnati

Cincinnati Music Hall is a National Historic Landmark located in Cincinnati. The theatre was constructed...

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Landmark 5

National Veterans Memorial and Museum, Columbus

Found in Columbus, the National Veterans Memorial and Museum is the US’ national museum for...

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Landmark 6

Ohio Statehouse Museum, Columbus

Found in the state capital of Columbus, the Ohio Statehouse Museum offers a look at...

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Landmark 7

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Columbus

If you love exotic plants, then the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is one...

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Landmark 8

A Christmas Story House, Cleveland

A Christmas Story House is a 19th-century Victorian home that was used in Ralphie Parker’s...

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Landmark 9

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland

This landmark has to be on every music lover's Ohio bucket list! The Rock and...

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Landmark 10

James A Garfield Memorial and Tomb, Cleveland

This memorial and tomb of the United States’ assassinated 20th president is unique as it’s...

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Landmark 11

Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Brecksville

Ohio has many amazing national and state parks, and Cuyahoga Valley National Park is one...

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Landmark 12

Hocking Hills State Park, Logan

Hocking Hills State Park is a much-loved park in Ohio. The park has incredible scenery,...

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Landmark 13

Huffman Prairie Flying Field, Dayton

Huffman Prairie Flying Field is part of the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park. This...

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Landmark 14

Wright Cycle Company Shop, Dayton

The Wright Cycle Company Shop is another Ohio landmark found at Dayton Aviation National Historical...

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Landmark 15

Paul Laurence Dunbar House, Dayton

Paul Laurence Dunbar was a notable poet active during the late 1800s. Having been born...

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Landmark 16

National Museum of the US Air Force, Dayton

Located at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, this Ohio Landmark is the official...

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Landmark 17

Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens, Akron

The Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens are a stunning stately home and garden in Akron....

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Landmark 18

Cedar Point Amusement Park, Sandusky

Cedar Point Amusement Park is one of the best places to visit in Ohio. This...

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Landmark 19

Saxton McKinley House, Canton

This historical Ohio landmark was named after former first lady Ida Saxton McKinley as she...

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Landmark 20

Pro-Football Hall of Fame, Canton

Home to all things NFL and American Football, the Pro-Football Hall of Fame is one...

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Landmark 21

Thomas A Edison Birthplace Museum, Milan

Most people don’t know that American inventor Thomas Edison was born in Ohio in a...

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Landmark 22

Buffington Island Battlefield Memorial Park, Portland

Of the many historic landmarks in Ohio, Buffington Island Battlefield is one of the only...

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Landmark 23

Lake Erie

Lake Erie is one of the United State’s five Great Lakes. Despite covering 871 miles...

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Landmark 24

Ohio River

The Ohio River is another of the notable geographical landmarks in Ohio. This river is...

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Landmark 25

Ohio and Erie Canal

This canal system was constructed in the 1820s, primarily as a way to connect Akron...

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Conclusion

In Conclusion

Ohio is an exciting state packed full of things to do and places to see....

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