Culture And History Thrive in the Corridor

The Fairfield 33 Corridor has a rich history that dates back to the early 1800s and is home to some of the most unique cultural institutions and vibrant community events that includes museums, festivals, annual concerts and much more.

AHA! A Hands-on-Adventure, Children’s Museum
Art & Clay on Main
Decorative Arts Center of Ohio
Lancaster Festival
Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum
Ohio Glass Museum
The Georgian Museum
The Sherman House
Recreational Opportunities
While Fairfield County is within a short distance from the metropolitan city of Columbus, it is also home to more than 5,000 acres of parkland and preserves and includes the scenic Hocking Hills, where waterfalls, remarkable hiking trails and amazing wildlife await.

Below are recreational opportunities that are only a stone's throw away from the Corridor:

Fairfield County Historical Parks
Canal Winchester Parks and Recreation
Lancaster City Parks and Recreation
Pickerington Parks and Recreation
Hocking Hills

Recreational opportunities within an hour's drive from the Corridor

Columbus Metro Parks
Columbus Zoo
The Wilds
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