Easily accessible off of Interstate 75, Hamilton stands proudly as the Butler County seat and is a city with deep historical roots and tradition.
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The City of Hamilton history is kept very much alive and in the present with the preservation of historical sites such as the Lane Hooven House, one of only 400 octagonal structures in the United States and the Benninghofen House, which is home to the Butler County Historical Society and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hamilton is also home to Heritage Hall, formerly the Hamilton Municipal Building, which now displays exhibits highlighting the city's lengthy historical past.
History isn't the only thing that Hamilton has to brag about. Known as the City of Sculpture, Hamilton's arts community is alive and well. This community is thriving in arts, history, and annual events. With stunning sculptures placed throughout the downtown area, it's easy to get swept away in Hamilton's bustling culture.
Visitors can also see breathtaking outdoor sculptures at the 265-acre Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum, 265 acres of 80 breathtaking, monumental art. Or take a trip to historic Dayton Lane to see nearly 200 19th century homes featuring an abundance of different architectural styles.
The Fitton Center for Creative Arts allows visitors to experience the artistic, musical, educational, and social opportunities all around them. Hamilton is also home to the Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony Orchestra and the Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre.
Experience a community bursting with historical and artistic traditions. Hamilton will quickly become your go to place for a quick art fix.