In addition to bowling and arcade games, the Lincoln Park Aquatic Center, Marion Tallgrass Trails and the newly constructed Marion Rotary Club Centennial Playground are all locations where your little ones can explore.
After a long day, an old-fashioned root beer float or any ice cream delight from one of Marion’s many shops is a must.
If you’re searching for a quiet home away from home, The Red Barn Loft is snuggled in farm country and a nearby vineyard. This peaceful bed and breakfast full of country charm is only minutes away from downtown Marion.
For those who are interested in the town’s rich history, there are numerous spots to visit. Recommendations include the newly opened Presidential Museum, Heritage Hall—home to the Marion Historical Society and Wyandot Popcorn Museum, Union Station, or the Marion Palace Theater.
On your weekend getaway, try sampling Marion’s downtown dining, breweries or unique retail stores like Charleston Place. Downtown also offers The Cardinal Project, a newly installed public art display that consists of hand-painted cardinal statues.
Also, be on the lookout this summer and fall for festivals in Marion such as The Blues and BBQ Festival in August and the Popcorn Festival in September.
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