The Osborne Homestead Museum was once the residence of Frances Osborne Kellogg who was an activist. Spread over an area of 8 acres (3.2 hectares), the house was built in 1840. The structure of the house displays the Tudor Revival and Greek Revival styles of architecture. The property has been preserved well, and a museum is now operated at the place. Group tours of the museum are available by reservation.
Ohio Wesleyan University Main Campus Delaware, OH 43015 +1 800 922 8953
The Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio is bequeathed with a fine multi-purpose arena in the name of the renowned Edwards gymnasium. The 1800-seat arena is home to the noted Wesleyan Batting Bishops swimming and handball teams. It was established in 1906 and functions efficiently even today. Spread on a land cover of less than one acre, it is famously listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1985.
52 North Main Street London, OH 43140 +1 740 852 0462
The famed First United Methodist Church is a monumental congregation of the distinguished United Methodist Church. It is situated in downtown London, Ohio in United States. The structure was built in 1894 and with its oozing historic significance, it has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. It is a massive model of the Gothic Revival and the Jacobean Revival style of architecture. Encompassing a land area of less than an acre, the church works continually to help the individuals in the various areas in life and spirituality.
Architecturally known as one of the most stunning structures, the Elmwood Place is a farmhouse. The large brick building with detailing of Italian style, beautifully arched windows and doors and the amazing interior all adds to the beauty of the structure. Along with the farmhouse, it comprises of a carriage house, large barn, two small sheds, and a cottage which is generally used by the people living on rent.
Spread over 2 acres (0.81 hectares) of land the Ellis Mounds is a complex that features the Native American elevation of the earth. Significant as it is, the mound here reveals the information about the culture of Hopewell. This mound is said to be built by the Hopewell people and their well known culture is reflected in this mound where it reveal great facts about the area and the culture which is absolutely stunning.
Vernon Heights Boulevard Marion, OH 43302 +1 740 387 9630
Lying in Marion, Ohio, is the the place where Warren G. Harding, the 29th President of the United States and First Lady Florence Kling Harding were buried. Constructed in 1927, the white marble structure resembles a Greek temple and was designed by Henry Hornbostel. The memorial is now owned by the Ohio Historical Society and is open to everyone, free of cost. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
5757 State Route 383 North East Somerset, OH 43783 +1 740 743 1317
Saint Joseph's Catholic Church is the pioneering Catholic church in Ohio. It was built in 1843 and illustrates the Gothic and Victorian Revival styles of architecture. This historic church hosts weekly mass, services and vigils. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.
State Route 104 Chillicothe, OH 45601 +1 740 774 1126
The Mound City Group National Monument is a historic park consisting of five sites within its landscape. It includes historical and archaeological resources that represent the culture and heritage of the city. A feature on the National Register of Historic Places, the visitors center features artifacts and exhibits, and also offers guided tours.
A major attraction of the Granville area, the Alligator Mound was built by the prehistoric settlers of Ohio. Rather than an alligator, this sculpture or mound signifies a panther or a four legged animal. Added to the National Register of Historic Places, it comes under the purview of Licking County Historical Society.
458 South Main Street Pataskala, OH 43062 +1 740 927 2856
Built in 1897, this historic church believes that it is a place where people get to know and serve others selflessly. The mission of this church is to change the hearts and lives of people by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This beautifully-built Gothic Revival structure is a landmark in the city.
Named for its benefactor, Victoria's Secret magnate Les Wexner, the
Wexner Center for the Arts is a self contained monument to everything artistic. It houses a venue for every type of art imaginable, and the place itself is a ...
Just a block off the action of the Short North
section of High Street, Goodale Park is an inviting place to sit back and relax. The pond, with its fountain and gazebo, is the centerpiece, with folks lounging along ...
Named for a beloved German poet and dramatist, Schiller Park
is a central meeting place for denizens of German Village. Its landscaped and flower bedded expanse taking up several city blocks, there's room for picnickers, walkers, joggers and more, ...