Quality Inn and Conference Center
383 East Leffel Lane
Springfield, OH 45505
Phone: (937) 323-8631
Fax: (937) 323-5389
Open everyday from sunrise to sunset, the Hartman Rock Garden showcases the culture and traditional art of the local community. A sculpture park, it is filled with replicas of men and women made entirely out of rock. One can come across a stone castle, a White House and a specimen of the Philadelphia Independence Hall among the works of art. Originally built by HG Hartman or Ben in 1932, it is today looked after by a volunteer group.
Provides materials and services to help Clark County residents obtain information to meet their educational, personal, and recreational needs. Adult and children programs are always featured.
Clark County Heritage Center dates back to the 19th Century. This Romanesque style structure now occupies the Clark County Historical Society which comprises archives, research library and a museum.
Standing proud in the heart of Springfield, is the city's Municipal Building, a structure essential to the functioning of the city. It was established in 1888, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The Municipal Building was designed by Charles A. Cregar in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, that was typical of the structures in the 1800s.
The Lagonda Club Building is a historic structure which was established in 1895. The building is an example of the Beaux-Arts style of architecture. It once served as a meeting place and club, but is today rented to various businesses. However it continues to be an attraction and landmark because of its beautiful architecture and rich history.
Frank Lloyd Wright's West cott House was constructed in the year 1908. The house remains a fine specimen of Prairie architectural style and was built to the designs of noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, or St. John's Evangelical German Lutheran Church is a historic church in Springfield, Ohio. Built in 1897 by Charles A. Cregar, the church is a great example of Romanesque architecture with stone exteriors, turrets and an extensive rose window. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
Pennsylvania House was built in the year 1822 and remains a noted Federal style structure on National Road in Springfield. It now operates as a museum showcasing interesting historical artifacts of the region.
A 248 acre park and historic site of the largest Revolutionary War Battle Site west of Alleghenies. The park includes: picnicking, hiking, fishing, and non-motorized boating.
The Orators Mound is an archaeological site, which was first excavated between 1953 and 1954. It was found that the mound was a burial place as some skeletons were found there. A lot of research later, it was concluded that the artifacts retrieved from the mounds were that of the Hopewellian people. This mound remains archaeologically important and has been put up in the National Register of Historic Places.
Videos, large print books, circulating art, computers, wireless Internet access and more can be enjoyed at the Yellow Springs Community Library.
Adjacent to Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve, near the Blue Jacket Outdoor Drama, Clifton Mill, Buck Creek State Park, Caesar Creek State Park and the Air Force Museum, John Bryan State Park contains a limestone gorge cut by the Little Miami River, a designated state and national scenic river. A day-use lodge, 60 electric and non-electric campsites, 13 trails, a rock climbing and rappelling area, and more can be found at John Bryan State Park. Visitors often enjoy such activities as camping, hunting, fishing, mountain biking, boating, and picnicking.