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Sights

Harding Home

(Home), Vernon Heights Blvd. (Tomb) The Warren G. Harding home contains almost all original furnishings owned by the 29th President of the United States. Seasonal hours.

Palace Theatre (Marion, Ohio)

Built in 1928, the theatre was designed by John Eberson. Renovated in 1975 and 2015, this atmospheric theatre is the center for the performing arts in central Ohio. The Marion Palace presents an annual season of 3 to 4 touring artists, small concerts in its pavilion venue, and a 4-program educational theatre series for schoolchildren. During the off-season and at other times during the year when the theatre would otherwise be dark, amateur theatre and high school productions use the venue. The theatre, designed as a movie palace, also exhibits digital motion pictures. The pavilion venue is also available for rent for weddings and meetings.

Marion County Courthouse (Ohio)

Historic sandstone courthouse building built in 1884.

Old U.S. Post Office (Marion, Ohio)

Marion County Historical Society

Operates several historical sites and small museums

Caledonia Bowstring Bridge

A historic, but abandoned and overgrown iron bridge in nearby Caledonia. An interesting site for Urbex. If you go to visit, do not touch or use the bridge.

Marion Popcorn Festival

Annual event is held every year in downtown Marion in September, the weekend following Labor Day

Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Marion, Ohio)

Harding Home and Tomb

Marion Palace Theater and May Pavilion

Wyandot Popcorn Museum

The Huber Machinery Museum

Marion Palace Theater

Marion County Fairgrounds & Veterans Memorial Coliseum

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Marion

Marion is a city in West Central Ohio and is the county seat of Marion County, Ohio, USA. It is home to the Marion Popcorn Festival, an annual event that is held in September, the weekend following Labor Day every year in downtown Marion.

Arriving

By bus

Greyhound provides service to Marion. The bus station is located at 137 S State St.

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