The Franklin Park Conservatory in Columbus, Ohio becomes a butterfly paradise every spring and summer. All year, the Chihuly glass art is displayed amongst the tropical plants.
OHIO is an interesting word, but it does not mean "beautiful" in my ancestors' Iroquoian language. It also does not mean "Good morning" or "It's early" - that's the Japanese "Ohai-yo." Come inside and learn many other interesting things about our state and its development.
Some interesting things about Lima in the 1880s make the city interesting again in the 2010s. It's also one of the few places to earn a degree in High Performance Motorsports. You may also see a ghost.
The Farm at Walnut Creek in Sugarcreek, Ohio is a fun destination for you to take your loved ones. Come visit a real working farm in Amish country where you can interact with many animals.
This article attempts to tackle the hated of Ohioans living in the south. Since moving to South Carolina, 6 years ago, I have seen things that are unexplanable by a rational human being. If you are from the mid-west and you plan to move or visit the south, you need to check this out first. If you...
A Page Out Of Haunted History: Personal Notes, Videos, and Resourceful Information About One Of The Nation's The Oldest Abandoned Amusement Parks
The art and tradition of storytelling gatherings adds to the beauty of the natural environment and arts community at Yellow Springs OH. The performers engage their audiences with traditional stories, poetry, singing and other winning elements; while community members can learn storytelling and...
The first physician in Columbus was already a Doctor Without Borders in 1805 and the War of 1812. His legacy includes the first city park and many stories.
Just south of Greenville, Ohio, is a little known place called "Chapel of the Winds". If you weren't a local, and had never heard of it before, you would likely never run across it. As you drive along Highway 36, a gravel lane leads off of the highway, to a small stand of trees in the middle of a...
This community resembles a quaintly traditional English garden village transplanted to the American Great Lakes region.