Huber Historic Home

416 E. Church St. Marion, OH

Built in the Federal Revival style, this stately home was constructed in 1907 as the residence for Frank A. Huber, son of Edward Huber, inventor and “Father of Industry” in Marion.  Frank was the president of Marion Power Shovel during…

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Wyandot Popcorn Museum

169 East Church Street, Marion

Located under a colorful circus tent in Heritage Hall, the Wyandot Popcorn Museum 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…

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Marion Union Station

532 West Center Street, Marion

More than 100 trains pass by Union Station every day, making it a must see for train enthusiasts. The Station showcases an impressive collection of memorabilia and the Atlantic Crossing Tower, which was once the main switching facility for the…

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Linn School

Route 4 North of Marion

Opened in 1903, the Linn School was restored to its early 20th-century appearance and is a favorite of tour groups, school groups, and anyone fascinated by the original workings of a one-room school house. Open by appointment through Heritage Hall.

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Huber Machinery Museum

220 East Fairground Street, Marion

Browse through this collection of early machinery that are examples of what built America in the early 20th century. The Edward Huber Machinery Museum on the Marion County Fairgrounds contains examples of the finest steam and gasoline tractors, threshers and…

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Heritage Hall

169 East Church Street, Marion

Learn about the creator of The Twilight Zone, Rod Serling, Olympian and football player Jim Thorpe, and 40th Treasurer of the United States Mary Ellen Withrow at the museum of the Marion County Historical Society. Once the city’s main post…

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