Explore Hancock County
Come take a ride on the quarter-scale live steam Engine 901, restored by our volunteers. This little engine was originally built in the 1950s by members of the Israelite House of David in Benton Harbor, Michigan, where it ran in their amusement park until the 1970Findlay, OH Railroad History
For 50 years, the 1865 home served as a family dwelling before it was converted into a tea room and was used for medical practices and apartments for 80 years.
In 1998, the property was purchased and fully restored back to a tea room where you can enjoy "proper tea."
Experience Ohio's intriguing past, patriotic present and progressive future by visiting Findlay, Flag City USA, and historical Hancock County - where "Our Spirit Shows!" Flag City, USA by Congressional Designation is located directly off I-75Findlay, OH Visitors Center
You can have it both ways ... upscale conference facilities with a friendly, homelike atmosphere in Findlay's most convenient location! Offering 80 guestrooms surrounding a central atrium, The Findlay Inn and Conference Center can accommodate groups from ten to more than 300.