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  • Idle-Hour Ranch
    There is nothing run-of-the-mill about Idle-Hour Ranch. With more than 200 animals, including 40+ species, the Iddings family's exotic menagerie has grown quite a bit over the years. Guests to the ranch can meet one of its most beloved residents, Sam the giraffe, or catch glimpses of mountain lions and peacocks. Open to visitors on the weekend, various attractions include a mini farm market, a safari-themed corn maze, and face painting.
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    4845 Fenner Road
    Troy, OH US
  • Newport Aquarium
    River dwellers and sea creatures all coexist peacefully at Newport Aquarium, a watery haven dedicated to conservation and education. Here, visitors do more than have staring contests with fish—interactive exhibits allow guests to touch some of the animals, and acrylic tunnels give the sensation of being right in the tank themselves. Read on to discover a few of the aquarium's engaging attractions. Shark Bridge At Shark Bridge, guests can walk inches above nearly two dozen sharks on a 75-foot-long V-shaped rope bridge that is suspended over the open water of the Surrounded by Sharks exhibit. Surrounded by Sharks Guests explore acrylic tunnels throughout the 385,000 gallon exhibit while seven species of sharks, including the rare Scalloped Hammerhead Sharks, swim all around them. Shark Central At the touch tank, aquarium staff teach the secret two-finger technique that bold guests can use to actually pet sharks—and perhaps make them purr. Frog Bog Kids scale a special jungle gym to peek into frog tanks only viewable from that secret spot. They can play a giant version of the video game Frogger controlled with their feet and press on frog statues to hear how they sing. Shark Rays Sweet Pea made news in 2014 when she became the first shark ray in captivity to breed. Her exhibit gives researchers a chance to study the shark rays' behavior, and she and her friends Scooter, Sunshine, and Spike grant guests a rare, up-close look at a vulnerable species.
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    1 Aquarium Way
    Newport, KY US
  • Jane's Saddlebag
    A boer goat stares at you. A donkey stares at the goat. And a baby tennessee walking horse reads its first Dr. Seuss book. No matter where you point your eyes, you’ll be treated to sights of charming animals at Jane’s Saddlebag’s petting zoo. It’s one of many delightful fixtures at the rural getaway—a hands-on historical education experience at a restored saddlebag home, which sprawls across more than 35 acres near Big Bone Lick State Park. A historic smokehouse adjacent to the home offers insight to the days before refrigeration, when Kentucky farmers would preserve their cured meat by hanging it above a smoldering fire. And behind the saddlebag home lies a replica of a 1700s flatboat, a low-cost form of transportation used by settlers to take one-way trips down the Ohio River and achieve ankle tans. From April to October, these rustic outposts bathe in the sound waves of live music, and the cook-in-residence slakes the hunger built up from exploring both the refreshing nature of the grounds and the historical splendor it offers. When it’s in season, the cook uses freshly grown vegetables and puts flames to a new york strip steak until it’s almost as tender as the mashed potatoes with which it’s served. There’s even a wine and gift shop, where regional wines—some from Kentucky—vie with antiques and gift baskets for the attention of gift givers.
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    13989 Ryle Rd
    Union, KY US
  • Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Animal expert Jack Hanna is still the public face of this zoo, whose quality he elevated while serving as director throughout the '80s. These days, more than 10,000 animals from around the world roam through natural-looking habitats. Notable residents include Colo, the first gorilla born in captivity; asian elephants; large monitor lizards; giraffes you can feed; and stingrays you can pet.
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    4850 Powell Road
    Powell, OH US
  • Hopewell Culture Nhp
    Hopewell Park is home to one of Ohio’s historic treasures: earthen mounds made by Indigenous Americans. Well worth the hour drive south, these 23 structures provide a fascinating glimpse at the cultures that inhabited the area as far back as 200 B.C.E. Believed to be tombs for tribal leaders and gathering places for feasts, they're some of the most notable Native American remnants on the continent.
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    16062 Highway 104
    Chillicothe, OH US

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