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  • Cincinnati Fringe Festival
    All the world's a stage, but Cincinnati Fringe Festival in Cincinnati offers the best shows around. Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this theater's restaurant for high-class food. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1120 Jackson Street
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • @the Square
    During warmer months, the rooftop patio at @the Square overlooks the grassy knoll where crowds gather for live music. Seated at one of the sun-drenched tables, visitors can enjoy a variety of casual American dishes, served up alongside cold beer and drinks. When the weather grows cooler, the interior of @the Square is a welcome refuge—a cozy, low-lit interior surrounds diners and drinkers.
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    1045 Central Ave.
    Middletown, OH US
  • Greentree Golf Club
    Sculpted through a quaint, quiet 300-acre plot, Greentree Golf Club garnishes the hills of Warren County with nine holes that yield a tranquil golfing experience. Jodi Kinney, one of just six female golf-course architects in the nation, designed the course in 1999 and made it approachable for golfers of all skill levels by incorporating four sets of tees. To score anywhere near the par of 36, players must steer their shots down tunnels of bluegrass fairways cleaved between the outstretched limbs of towering trees. After reaching the bent-grass greens, players can putt confidently knowing they avoided the quicksand bunkers. On the scenic layout, players may encounter deer frolicking in the pastures or counting mulligans on their antlers. Course at a Glance: Nine-hole, par 36 course Total length of 3,403 yards from the back tees Course rating of 36.5 from the back tees Course slope of 135 from the back tees Four sets of tees per hole Scorecard
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    5505 Greentree Rd.
    Lebanon, OH US
  • EnterTRAINment Junction
    Train hobbyist Don Oeters founded EnterTRAINment Junction in 2008 to showcase railroading in an educational and amusing way. Two years later, his 80,000-square-foot facility was voted Ohio's Best Family Entertainment Center of 2010. At EnterTRAINment Junction, train enthusiasts can visit the railroad museum, drive hand-cranked locomotives, or bounce, climb, and crawl through Imagination Junction, an interactive kids' play area. Their newest addition, the A-Maze-N Funhouse, features five disorienting sideshow tents, with attractions such as Curtain Chaos, Clown College, Outer limits, and the Mirror Maze. At the centerpiece, a 25,000-square-foot indoor model train display dazzles visitors with 90 G-scale trains and 2 miles of track winding through handcrafted landscapes, including an 11-foot waterfall, thousands of trees, and scenes documenting railroad's early, middle, and modern periods. Each train car is the size of a loaf of bread, making it easier for groups to see it or break it into communal pieces, and Oeters and his staff continually tweak the locomotive's surroundings by adding seasonal touches and installing minor or major updates. Historical train artifacts, educational videos, and interactive exhibits await amblers in the railroad museum, and the Imagination Junction kids' area entertains youngsters with train-themed play structures.
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    7379 Squire Ct.
    West Chester, OH US
  • Troy Strawberry Festival
    The spectacular theater at Troy's Troy Strawberry Festival will leave you begging for more. Next time you're in the neighborhood, this theater should be at the top of your list with their amazing restaurant. The perfect place to take the kids, this theater won't cost you a sitter. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    405 Public Square
    Troy, OH US
  • Ohio Renaissance Festival
    Spread across 30 acres, the Ohio Renaissance Festival re-creates the sights, sounds, and excitement of a 16th century English village, inviting attendees to pack 400 years of revelry into a single day. During the festival's autumn run, specific themes change the focus from week to week, and more than 100 shows per day unfold across 11 stages. Those aren't the only festival's only impressive numbers, though—here are a few more: 140+ unique arts and crafts shop populate the medieval marketplace, where artisans sell their wares and demonstrate such time-honored crafts as glassblowing, stone carving, and bootmaking. 150+ costumed characters roam the grounds, including jugglers, dueling swordsman, and lawless pirates. Peasants and royalty also gather alongside the festival's attendees to watch brave knights battle during full-armored jousting tournaments. 15 games challenge guests to accomplish a variety of feats, such as firing a bow-and-arrow and scaling a castle tower to rescue a damsel in distress. In addition to games, there are also more than a handful of human-powered rides that are ideal for kids. Dozens of hearty food options keep bellies full during treks through time, including huge roasted turkey legs and baked bread bowls overflowing with soups and stews. Adults can wash back bites with swigs of ales and wines, too.
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    10542 Route 73
    Waynesville, OH US

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