Visit the Hancock Historical Museum to learn more about the Hancock County. The museum has a collection of historic houses that have been moved from all the parts of the county to the museum site. This includes structures like the Crawford Log House, the Davis Homestead and De-Wald Funk House, Hull/Flater House. Participate in the various events that are organised by the organisation to get to know about the community. The museum also has a little gift shop where you can purchase a souvenir as a remembrance of your visit. They also conduct school programs to educate the students about the history of the Hancock County.
Doyt Perry Stadium opened in 1966 and is the home ground of Bowling Green Falcons. The stadium was named after the famous university coach of Bowling university, Doyt. L. Perry. It has been renovated a number of times, in order to expand its seating and facilitate it with better field ground. Located on the ground of Bowling Green State University, the stadium has modern amenities like, escalators, training rooms for golf, training rooms for athletes, it also facilitates elaborate concession stands for patrons. The stadium has a special VIP seating area reserved for the President and VIP suites for the guests.
National Construction Equipment Museum as its name suggests has an interesting display of heavy duty vehicles and equipment used at constructions sites. The place is divided into an outdoor and indoor exhibit area, both sections provide in depth information about machines used in dredging, mining and other heavy operations. From bulldozers, cranes, concrete mixers to rollers and more are on display here, and photography is permitted throughout the facility.