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Marion, Ohio

  • Buckeye Telephone Museum

    Alexander Graham Bell has been credited with the first operating telephone in 1876 when he ran wires between 2 rooms and said his famous works. We credit a number of local volunteers with the foresige...
    Buckeye Telephone Museum
  • Stengel True Museum

    This brick mansion was built during the Civil War. Many artifacts from the Colonial through the Civil War eras, featuring primitive lighting, weapons, Indian relics, cast iron toys plus a Hickory Dic...
    Stengel True Museum
  • Huber Machinery Museum

    Edward Huber came to Marion to build his revolving hay rake to ease the hard, backbreaking work for the farmer. This museum contains examples of Edward Huber's other early steam and gasoline tractors...
    Huber Machinery Museum
  • Wyandot Popcorn Museum

    Under a colorful circus tent inside Heritage Hall, is the largest, most impressive collection of popcorn wagons in the United States. These priceless wagons date back as far as the turn of the century...
    Wyandot Popcorn Museum
  • Heritage Hall

    Heritage Hall, once the main US Post Office, is three museums in one. This building contains history of Marion, President Harding memorabilia and under a circus tent the Wyandot Popcorn Museum. The wo...
    Heritage Hall

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Wyandot Popcorn Museum

Under a colorful circus tent inside Heritage Hall, is the largest, most impressive collection of popcorn wagons in the United States. These priceless wagons date back as far as the turn of the century and have been restored to their original condition. Actor Paul Newman'

Marion, OH Museums

World War II Memorial at Marion Cemetery

A tribute to Marion veterans, the ornate WW II monument at the Marion Cemetery was dedicated in 2001 and is currently one of the largest memorials to WWII Veterans of its kind outside Washington DC. The names of local men &

Marion, OH Memorials

Huber Machinery Museum

Edward Huber came to Marion to build his revolving hay rake to ease the hard, backbreaking work for the farmer. This museum contains examples of Edward Huber'

Marion, OH Museums

Buckeye Telephone Museum

Alexander Graham Bell has been credited with the first operating telephone in 1876 when he ran wires between 2

Marion, OH Museums


Things to do near Marion, OH

New Winchester Golf Course

Course Access: PublicHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

Shelby Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 5 days...

World War II Memorial at Marion Cemetery

A tribute to Marion veterans, the ornate WW II monument at the Marion Cemetery was dedicated in 2001 and is currently one of ...

Logan Elm - Ohio Historical Society

Logan Elm State Memorial is said to be where, in 1774, Chief Logan of the Mingo tribe delivered his eloquent speech on Indian...

Marcella's

Marcella?s is a bustling, urban burst of Italian flavor and energy. Open 4pm to late night, seven days a week, Marcella?s wil...