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LM&M Railroad

513-933-8022

www.lebanonrr.com

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127 South Mechanic Street
Lebanon, OH 45036

Scenic railroad with vintage passenger rail cars & diesel electric locomotive offering themed family train rides.

Train rides run Easter through Christmas on scheduled days.

Harmon Museum

513-932-1817

www.wchsmuseum.org

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105 South Broadway
Lebanon, OH 45036

Arts Council of Lebanon, Ohio

(312) 636-6244

https://www.facebook.com/The-Arts-Council-of-Lebanon-Ohio-1180938015303606/?fref=ts

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Non-Profit Organization
The Arts Council of Lebanon endeavors to create a dedicated space to highlight, promote, develop, maintain and grow the arts community in Lebanon, OH

Countryside YMCA

513-932-1424

www.countrysideymca.org

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1699 Deerfield Road
Lebanon,OH 45036

Jump Stop Safari

513-228-0333

jumpstopsafari.com

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Jump Stop Safari
801 W. Main
Lebanon, OH 45036

 info@jumpstopsafari.com

The Safari Themed Family Fun Center  has a custom-designed, multi-level, padded play center that includes 3 enclosed slides, a rope course, a glider, punching bags, climbing mats, and a hippo look-out! 

This mega clean, Mega-Playground also has giant inflatables.  The open topped Alligator Bounce House sits inside the custom designed climbing center.  Next to that is the awesome combo obstacle course and giant slide for kids over 34" tall. 

The Cannonball Air Blaster Arena is the setting for a battle between zebra patterned cannons & tiger striped ones that shoot air powered soft balls at each other!  Fun for kids of all ages!

Redemption Arcade Games were recently added for everyone to enjoy!  Super prizes like Giant Lions, Tigers, and Giraffes are available!

 

Lebanon Public Library

513-932-2665

www.lebanonlibrary.org

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101 South Broadway
Lebanon, OH 45036

Lebanon Symphony Orchestra

513-228-2226

www.musicinlebanon.org

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P.O. Box 801
Lebanon, OH 45036

Lebanon Theatre Company

513-228-0932

www.ltcplays.com

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10 S. Mechanic St.
Lebanon, OH 45036

We are a quality, non-profit corporation providing community theatre in Lebanon, Ohio.
Seasonal operation

Miami Valley Gaming

513-934-7070

www.miamivalleygaming.com

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Restaurants:

  •      Acres Seasonal Buffet     513-934-7941   
         Lunch, Brunch and Dinner offered.  Check our web site for hours and specials.
  •      Perks Coffee Shop                     
  •      Trifecta Eatery - Burgers made to order and so much more. 
  •      Cin City Sea and Steak - Steak and seafood restaurant  513-934-7796     
  •      Center Bar-  Giant Screen for sports events and live entertainment on most Friday and Saturday nights

    Check www.miamivalleygaming.com for more details on all the restaurants

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  •  Enjoy our exciting selection of over 1,600 Gaming Machines, Live Harness Racing and our four restaurants from grab and go to fine dining.

Take 63 West to 6000 State Route 63, Lebanon, Ohio  45036.

The Enchanted Village

(513) 228-0623

www.lebanonenchantedvillage.com

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3 South Sycamore Street
Lebanon, OH  45036

lebanonenchantedvillage@gmail.com

The Glendower Mansion

513-932-1817

www.wchsmuseum.org/planvisit/glendower_historic_mansion-1

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Glendower Mansion - Opening June 7, 2014 for the Season!

Located on a hill overlooking downtown Lebanon, Glendower is one of the finest examples of residential Greek Revival architecture found in Ohio. This historic mansion was erected in 1845 and was given the name “Glendower” by its original owner, John Milton Williams, to honor the Welsh prince and hero Owen Glendower. The house has had other illustrious owners, most notably Durbin Ward, a distinguished attorney, statesman and Civil War general.

The mansion’s exterior features include Ionic and Doric columns, classic carved cornices and porticoes and a hipped roof with a captain’s walk. The stately interior provides a natural setting for many elegant Empire and Victorian furnishings from Warren County’s past.

In 1940, Glendower became the first home of the Warren County Historical Society, which is now located in Harmon Hall, a block and a half from Glendower