- Our list of the best things to do in Hillsboro, Ohio, features the top 4 nearby activities — including 1 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Hillsboro, OH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 4 things to do within the city of Hillsboro, OH
The Warren County Historical Society Museum is housed in a three-story, 28,000 square foot building and features exhibits dating from prehistoric to modern times. In addition to the exhibits, facilities are available for hosting weddings and special events.
A part of historic downtown Lebanon, Picture This is a custom frame shop that also features arts, crafts, and collectibles. The shop specializes in shadowbox and needlework framing and features an extensive collection of framed and unframed art.
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The Glendower Museum and Ohio Historical Society is a popular tourist destination of Lebanon. The museum is housed in a historic 1845 Greek Revival mansion and it open to the public for tours.
The largest theme park in the U.S. with rollercoaster rides, a water park, and live entertainment is Kings Island. Different events, programs for education, group deals, and featured lodges and hotels are offered to accommodate guests.
Situated on 35 acres of land, The Beach Waterpark offers a unique getaway, especially in winter weather. There is over 2,600 tons of glittery white sand, a heated wave pool, a play area for children, and countless water slides.
Visitors can watch professional tennis players compete to be a part of the Western & Sourthern Open at Lindner Family Tennis Center. In addition to its center court, it has a retail area, wine gardens, live music, and international food.
The 10 acre Schappacher Park Dog Run features a 20,000 sq ft. dog run with amenities for humans as well, including playgrounds, picnic shelters with grills, restrooms, and a small stream amongst mature oak trees.