More to Explore in Ohio’s Largest Playground

Home to a melting pot of historical, cultural and artistic attractions, Ohio’s Largest Playground offers more to explore than you could ever fit into just one day. Here’s a look at just a few of the extraordinary experiences awaiting you and yours in Warren County!

A couple enjoys dinner and a show at La Comedia Dinner Theatre | Springboro, Ohio

La Comedia Dinner Theatre | Springboro, Ohio

La Comedia Dinner Theatre
Song, dance and food aplenty come together in perfect harmony at this beautifully decorated dinner theater. One of the largest of its kind in the United States, Springboro’s La Comedia draws incredible talent and loyal fans from all over the nation.

An educational exhibit highlights Native American life in Southwest Ohio at Fort Ancient Earthworks & Nature Preserve | Oregonia, Ohio

Fort Ancient Earthworks & Nature Preserve | Oregonia, Ohio

Fort Ancient Earthworks & Nature Preserve
2,000 years of Native American lore make this picturesque stretch of Southwest Ohio wilderness a must-stop spot for outdoor adventurers and history buffs of all ages.

The Franklin Murals | Franklin, Ohio

The Franklin Murals | Franklin, Ohio

Franklin Murals
Deemed the City of Murals, Franklin, Ohio shares its story through 10 incredible works of wall art originally painted by local artist Eric Henn.

An old-time carriage on display at the Warren County Historical Society & Museum | Lebanon, Ohio

Warren County Historical Society & Museum | Lebanon, Ohio

Warren County Historical Society & Museum
Home to the nation’s largest collection of authentic Shaker artifacts, this Historic Downtown Lebanon gem highlights the history of everything from local legends to the long-lost dinosaurs.

An original Quaker home constructed in the 1700 or 1800s on display at Caesar's Creek Pioneer Village | Waynesville, Ohio

Caesar’s Creek Pioneer Village | Waynesville, Ohio

Caesars Creek Pioneer Village
Discover Southwest Ohio as it was in the days of the old frontier with a walk-through tour of authentic Quaker buildings originally constructed in the 1700s.

Want to check out the Warren County Historical Society & Museum for yourself? Here’s your chance! Enter now for your shot at winning 4 FREE tickets!

Interested in more ways to explore?  Check out these past blogs:

Caesar Creek State Park: For the Adventurer in Us All
The Art Lovers Guide to Ohio’s Largest Playground
Learning Along the Way: The Walking Tours of Warren County

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