Their projectors are upgraded to the Sony Digital Cinema 4k system, resulting in a higher picture resolution for their movies.
Sit beneath the stars in the beautiful Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheatre and be dazzled by the historical drama, Tecumseh.
Since it debuted in 1973, over 2.5 million people have enjoyed this outdoor play. is an outdoor dramatization of the legendary Shawnee leader's struggle to defend his homeland during the 1700s.
Visitors to this 13-acre rectangular site can walk around and explore the 23 sacred Earthmounds.
Waters Edge Canoe Livery offers canoe and kayak rentals as well as planned canoe trips.
This summer production is held in an outdoor amphitheater and features galloping horses, a live military cannon, and choreographed battles.
At Danbarry Cinemas, visitors can experience movies in their stadium-style seating.
The park covers 1,200 acres and features walking and hiking trails between the monuments.
The Lucy Webb Hayes Heritage Center is based in the restored building of Lucy Webb's birth site.
The company also facilitates what they call primitive camping trips, and features a shop that sells all the necessary supplies.
Learn about the culture and lives of the Native Americans that built the sacred Earthmounds found on the Hopewell Culture Natural Historical Site.
The center contains memories of the wife of Rutherford B.