Invisible Ground is a podcast, telling the stories of the familiar places and people in southeast Ohio which might not be always visible, but are part of our daily life.
The Weymouth Preservation Society will be open during Weymouth Day, a community-wide lawn sale now in its 50th year. Check out our museum, learn from historic displays and demonstrations, play vintage children’s outdoor games, and enjoy a root beer float! Live music from 10-12. Lawn sales at the school, as well as at local residences.
Explore historic Union Terminal on a guided tour. Learn about its Art Deco art and architecture, its construction, history and reinvention as an award-winning multi-museum complex. Walk the catwalk above the building’s entrance, gaze at the towering tile mosaics in its grand Rotunda and search the marble walls for fossils.
The Ohio Statehouse is the seat of the state’s government. But it’s also a beautiful building with a great art collection, lovely grounds, and an incredible history. Join the Ohio Statehouse Museum and Education Center for a day of unique, topical tours that show off many different aspects of one of the oldest working capitols […]
Friends of Music Hall presents FREE indoor building tours of this world-class historical landmark on Saturday, September 17 at 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Led by knowledgeable tour guides, this 75-minute tour explores a variety of private and public spaces in the recently revitalized Music Hall. Tours begin in the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Box Office […]
The Otterbein Mausoleum, dedicated November 30, 1924, sits along the southern bank of Otterbein Cemetery. As part of the Ohio Open Doors Program, the mausoleum doors will be open for visitors. The structure is 98 years old and is on the National Historical Register for its architectural style. Visitors will enjoy learning the history of […]
Towers Hall is the oldest building at Otterbein University in Westerville. The building was designed by architect R.T. Brookes, who also designed the original Columbus City Hall. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Towers Hall is known for its Victorian Gothic architecture. As part of the Ohio History Connection’s Ohio Open Doors Program, […]