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This versatile park is perfect for an afternoon hike, picnic with the kids, evening stroll or large event. Ault Park in Cincinnati features a plethora of trails, lush green areas and a large pavilion with stunning views that is popular for weddings. A playground, and wooden bridge can also be found in the park.
German Heritage Museum is located in Cincinnati and aims at showcasing the rich history of German- Americans in Ohio and mainly Cincinnati. Situated inside a 18th century log house the museum consists of many artifacts that displays the history of earliest German settlers in the region and the evolution of German- Americans through the ages. It is one of the most important German- American Centers in the country.
We all have eaten the stacks of potato chips from the tubular Pringles cans. But can you imagine being buried in it after you die? Fredric J. Baur, the man who invented the signature Pringles cans, is buried in it. Baur, who was a researcher in FMCG giant Proctor & Gamble's food storage department, considered his invention groundbreaking. The grave is burrowed in the pleasing gardens of Arlington Cemetery. A small granite gravestone with Baur's name alongside his wife's, rests in the extensive grasslands of the garden. According to his will, he wished that part of his ashes be buried in a can of Pringles. Upon his death in 2008, his sons fulfilled his wish. If you are around you can pay your respects to the man who took his invention to the grave!
Take a trip to the Heritage Village Museum where locals and historic enthusiasts recreate the village lifestyle from the 18th Century. A number of historic structures were moved to this site from their original location. A few of them include the Hayner House, Chester Park Train Station, Vorhes House and a few more. Walk around the village on a self-guided to discover the history of the city. The primary goal of the museum is to educate the public about the lifestyle of the inhabitants of an earlier century, therefore, a number of events and school programs are hosted.
The William Henry Harrison Tomb State Memorial is a monumental memorial site. It is the celebrated final resting place of United States of America's 9th President William Henry Harrison and his family members. The site was constructed in the year 1841. It comprehensively encompasses a land cover of 14 acres 95.7 hectares). The site occupies immense significance and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1970.