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Stuart's Opera House - A cultural anchor and a center of expression on Nelsonville's bustling and dynamic Public Square. It is a historic venue sought out by people of all ages, from all walks of life, and from near and far.

Perry's Glow Putt - Come and have fun with Glow In The Dark Mini Golf. Also available is air hockey, foosball, corn hole games and even a duck pond where you can win prizes.

Smoke Rise Ranch Resort - Nestled in the rolling hills of Southeastern Ohio is Smoke Rise Ranch Resort. The resort is a working cattle ranch that offers guests an opportunity to experience the adventures of the west, not so far from home.

The Dairy Barn Arts Center - Promoting the arts, crafts and cultural heritage of southeastern Ohio, and bringing to the region the very best of the arts from all over the world. The year-round calendar includes exhibitions, festivals, educational programs and special events.

Baker Family Museum - One of the finest private collections of glassware and antiques in the United States. Many showrooms feature over 300,000 pieces from respected glass companies, as well as a vast array of pottery, and one of the largest collections of very fine, hand-painted porcelain china of R.S. Prussia.

Lillian E. Jones Museum - The home formerly owned by Lillian Jones, whose family was active in the early business and social past of Jackson County, was left to be used as a museum to encourage and preserve the history of Jackson County. In addition to preserving the history of the area, the museum strives to implement new programs, exhibits, and events of interest for the education and enjoyment of the community.

Hocking Hills Canoe Livery - Enjoy one of Ohio's most scenic rivers located in the beautiful Hocking Hills by treating yourself and your family to a leisurely trip down the Hocking River in Logan. Your outdoor adventure is available by canoe, kayak or raft.

Long's Retreat Family Resort - Recreation for people of all ages awaits at this family getaway! Favorite attractions include a 350-foot waterslide, a 238-foot tube slide, a 20-acre lake with a sandy beach for swimming...and that's just the beginning.

The Castle - With its octagonal tower, trefoil attic window, and stone capped spires, The Castle of Marietta is one of the best examples of Gothic Revival style architecture in Ohio. This is the backdrop where groups and individuals of all ages come to experience history firsthand.

Kennedy Museum of Art - The purpose of the Kennedy Museum of Art is to enhance the intellectual and cultural life of Ohio University and the region through quality national and international exhibitions, collection–based research, and diverse formal and informal learning opportunities.

Ohio River Museum - Consists of three exhibit buildings, the first of which houses displays depicting the origins and natural history of the Ohio River. The history of the steamboat on the Ohio River system is featured in the second building. The last building features displays about boat building, mussels in the Ohio River system, and tool and equipment from the steamboat era.

Zanesville Museum of Art - A beautiful art museum featuring Extensive selection of Ohio glass and pottery. Works by Cezanne, Grandma Moses, Lautrec, Matisse, Picasso, Rembrandt, Rubens, Exceptional Asian, Indian, African, Pre-Columbian collections, Decorative Arts Ancient to Tiffany, Madame Alexander Doll Collection and more.

Hocking Valley Scenic Railway - An old time passenger train for a leisurely ride through the beautiful hills of Southeastern Ohio. Enjoy the blooming dogwood trees in the spring, summertime fun, nature's spectacular fall foliage colors or a special winter ride with Santa.

The Wilds - Thousands of acres have been developed and divided into large sections where African, Asian, and North American species roam freely--unencumbered by cages, pens or bars. While at the Wilds, you'll observe many animal species as you ride through the park on a guided bus.