- TripBuzz discovered 54 different types of activities for couples in the Coshocton area, including Movie Theaters (like Shelby Theatres), Theaters (like Footlight Players), Winery/Vineyard (like Three Rivers Wine Trail) and Arts Centers (like Pomerene Center For the Arts), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 42 date ideas in or near Coshocton, Ohio, including 31 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Millersburg, Zanesville, Dover and Berlin.
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100 Reformatory Road, Mansfield, OH 44906 MoreLess Info
History buffs, ghost hunters, and the curious flock to the Ohio State Reformatory every year. From its opening in 1896 to its closing in 1990, over 155,000 men were imprisoned within its walls, and many are said to be there still.
Discover the legacy of our nation's foremost vacuum magnate at the Hoover Historical Center. Visitors can take a trip down memory lane and see the earliest manual vacuums, to displays exhibits and mementos from the Hoover Company.
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100 Reformatory Road, Mansfield, OH 44905 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to preserving and raising awareness of the historic Mansfield Reformatory, the Mansfield Reformatory Preservation Society offers educational tours, ghost tours, interactive murder mysteries, and a museum of artifacts. The Society also hosts a variety of special events.
Featuring an auditorium and full court gymnasium, Edgewood Community Center provides a space for fitness activities like jogging, volleyball, and dancing. The center also has an arts program with classes and community performances.
Internationally renowned, MAPS Air Museum is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the history of aviation in Northern Ohio. Exhibits include restored planes, artifacts and various educational displays of heroic aviators.
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7721 Lexington Steam Corners Road, Mansfield, OH 44904 MoreLess Info
The Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is a motorsports facility that offers two track configurations for different kinds of races. The track holds races and enables visitors to take cars for a spin.
From what began as a chocolate making hobby, in 1922 Harry London left his job as a steelworker and created London Candies. Visitors can enjoy the guided tour through the factory and see how the chocolates are made, then visit the gift shop.