Activities in Athens


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  • Donkey Coffee and Espresso
    Located in Athens, Donkey Coffee and Espresso is a popular restaurant that has flavorsome coffee and good tea. This restaurant delivers an unforgettable dining experience set in a relaxed vibe. It's an ideal choice for customers seeking delicious food. If you're trying to plan ahead, most patrons will agree that later in the week (Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays) will be the best time to visit. Also, you'll definitely want to take advantage of its outdoor seating when the Ohio weather is nice. Though the prices are considered to be lower than average, you're not sacrificing quality and if you're in the mood for tunes, it's a great option for live music. There really is something for everyone, with gluten-free options, as well as low-fat and vegetarian items on the robust menu. Plus, if you're searching for the perfect spot for a family gathering, it's been reviewed as a great local option for big groups and families with kids. If you want to browse the web or knock some work out, feel free to connect your device to the complimentary WiFi. All things considered, a visit to Donkey Coffee and Espresso is definitely worthwhile. Visitors to the restaurant have the ability to park nearby on the street. Should you prefer to pedal over there, bicycle parking's also provided.
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    17 1/2 W Washington St
    Athens, OH US
  • Apex Fitness for Women
    With comfortable facilities, you'll feel at home when you visit Parkersburg's Apex Fitness for Women for an incredible tanning experience. This salon will have you looking beach-ready, just ask about any of its services such as tanning beds, spray tan, and airbrush tan. Apex Fitness for Women offers clean and natural-looking tanning solutions so book an appointment today and treat yourself to a beautiful glow.
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    3602 Murdoch Avenue
    Parkersburg, WV US
  • Campus Martius Museum
    Built in 1788 as a civilian fortification by the Ohio Company of Associates, Campus Maritus housed some of the first American settlers in what would soon become the state of Ohio. Although the fort was eventually disassembled, the blockhouse of General Rufus Putnam remained as a testament to the fort's important. In 1931, the house was joined by the Campus Maritus Museum, an institution dedicated to giving future generations a glimpse at the lives and migration of Ohio's pioneers, native inhabitants, and historical luminaries. Size: The museum stands three stories high, with exhibits housing more than 100 artifacts that tell the story of Ohio's move from frontier to familiar state during the years from 1788 to 1970. Eye-Catcher: The Rufus Putnam House remains in the same spot it stood when it was built in the 18th-century. Now restored to its original state, the house offers an interactive look at pioneer life complete with guided tours of the kitchen and bedchamber. Rotating Exhibits: Temporary installations include Imagining Marietta, a 12-mural series depicting the settlement of the Northwest Territories, and Touched By Conflict: Southeastern Ohio & The Civil War. Don't Miss: Billed as the oldest known building in Ohio, the original Ohio Company Land Office lets visitors step into the life of General Putnam as he surveyed and and divded the landscape of the territories. While You're in the Neighborhood: You can also pay a visit to the Ohio River Museum—only one block away on the Muskingum River—to see the last intact coal-powered sternwheeler towboat.
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    601 Second Street
    Marietta, OH US

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