The Ohio Origins of National Coming Out Day (October 11th)
Did you know one of the founders of National Coming Out Day (October 11th) is an Ohioan? Read her story and about the origins of NCOD!
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Ice cream is a delicious addition to any road trip and Ohio is waffle-y full of great places to get frozen treats. We asked our members to give us the scoop on their flavorite hometown ice cream shops.
So, let’s get to the pint. Here are our member-recommended ice cream shops. Stop by one the next time you’re on a road trip!
Durbin Magic Freeze, 1286 Wooster Rd West, Barberton
Jet Freeze, 4014 E Patterson Rd, Beavercreek
What’s the Scoop, 230 Market St, Brookville
Mark’s Homemade Ice Cream, 201 North Sandusky St, Bucyrus
King Kone, 10621 Grant St, Chardon
Wittich’s, 117 West High St, Circleville
Dari Point, 303 E Winter St, Delaware
Dietsch Brothers, 400 West Main Cross St, Findlay
Maid Rite, 125 N Broadway, Greenville
Michael’s Ice Cream, 223 Main St, Jackson
Village Parlor & Restaurant, 22 S Broadway St, Lebanon
Country Maid Ice Cream & Orchard, 3252 W Streetsboro Rd, Richfield
Young’s Dairy, 6880 Springfield Xenia Rd, Yellow Springs
Tom’s Ice Cream Bowl, 532 McIntire Ave, Zanesville
Graeter’s, Various locations around Ohio
Honey Hut, Various locations around Ohio
Whit’s, Various locations around Ohio
You know what else is a great addition to a road trip? An Ohio History Connection membership! Members get free general admission to our 50+ sites around the state. Get more information and join today at ohiohistory.org/join!