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Group Tour Friendly Attractions

Butler County, Ohio features a unique variety of group friendly attractions including the world's largest indoor train display, EnterTRAINment Junction, the beautiful 265-acre Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum, the only IKEA store in Ohio, and the top-rated Jungle Jim's International Market! With so many great options there is something to please any group.

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Bee's Buffet

725 Nilles Road Fairfield OH 45014
Location: Fairfield

Bee's is a traditional family owned Chinese buffet featuring lunch and dinner specials. Get a plate and load up on some delicious Chinese cuisine.

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Benninghofen House

327 N. 2nd St. Hamilton OH 45011
Location: Hamilton

The Benninghofen House portrays the lifestyle of a prominent businessman and his family during the latter 19th century, as Hamilton developed into an industrial center. Original architectural details remain throughout the interior of this National Register buildings and offers a wonderful glimpse of...

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Berd's Grill & Bar

500 Wessel Drive Fairfield OH 45014
Location: Fairfield

Berd's celebrates great burgers, cold drinks, and good conversation in their Fairfield bar and grill. Delicious, comfort and game time favorites like boneless hot wings, homemade pizza, grilled cheese with bacon, and freshly made burgers can be devoured in their inviting, family-friendly space. Have...

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Billy Yanks

201 Main Street Hamilton OH 45013
Location: Hamilton

Coming Spring 2020! This new restaurant coming to Main St. is named after the sculpture atop of the Soldiers, Sailors, and Pioneers Monument in downtown Hamilton. Billy Yanks, which was a common name for union soldiers during the Civil War, will offer specialty burgers and a build-your-own custom...

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Black Covered Bridge

5401 Corso Rd. Oxford OH 45056
Location: Oxford

The Black Covered Bridge spans Four Mile (Talawanda) Creek and is the only covered bridge in Butler County remaining in its original location. Built in 1869, the bridge was originally known as the “Pugh’s Mill Bridge” in association with nearby grist and saw mills built by J.B. Pugh. The Doty...

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Books & Brews

107 E Church St Oxford OH 45056
Location: Oxford

Books & Brews is a book loving brewery located in Oxford. They have a front section filled with gently used books, 10% of sales going to a nonprofit called IndyRead. When you walk in the back you are taken into their very own brewery filled with unique craft beers all named after books. Take a trip...

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Bunker Hill Universalist Pioneer Cemetery

5351 Reily-Millville Road Reily Township OH 45013
Location: Reily Township

This one acre pioneer park was established in 1855 and is located adjacent to the Pater Park Wildlife Area. There are around 60 pioneers known to be buried in this cemetery, including veterans from the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, and the Civil War.

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Butler County Courthouse

101 High Street Hamilton OH 45011
Location: Hamilton

One of Butler County's foremost active landmarks, this grand four-story structure was built between 1885 and 1889 with Corinthian columns and a mansard roof. The Courthouse is an outstanding example of Second Empire architecture and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The...

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Butler County Historical Society

327 N. 2nd Street Hamilton OH 45011
Location: Hamilton

The Butler County Historical Society maintains the Benninghofen House as a museum, with house and furnishings representing the lifestyle of a wealthy family during the Victorian Era and Age of Industry. BCHS manages an adjacent archive that offers extensive original and secondary materials relating...

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Butler County Veterans Memorial

20 New London Rd. Hamilton OH 45013
Location: Hamilton

This memorial sits in Butler County's Veterans Park and contains over 700 names of local Armed Services heroes from World War I to the present. This park features a retired Howitzer Cannon and also holds the Michael J. Colligan Lodge.

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