There’s an oasis from the stress of big city hassle, and it’s right here in the heart of Ohio… convenient, friendly, safe.It’s a place where businesses can grow… and families can prosper. 

Where a modern school system hasn’t lost touch with the kind of traditional values that produce good citizens and responsible adults. Where the traffic lets you get where you want to go, and back… with plenty of time to spare. Where modern law enforcement knows how to serve the people, as well as protect them. Where there’s plenty to do, and plenty of quiet when doing nothing suits you just fine. 

It’s a place where people still remember how 

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 to work together to get thingsdone, to build a stronger community, a community that looks after its children, and provides for its elders. In Marion, you’ll find that our heritage of sharing lives on, and feeling right at home comes easy.

We wouldn’t have it any other way.

We invite you to come visit us. Look around. Meet some of the people who make everyday living something special… every day of the year.

Our Attractions:

Harding Home and Museum. Visit the home of the 29th President of the United States, Warren G. Harding, and his wife, Florence.


Harding Memorial Corner of Delaware Ave. & Vernon Heights Blvd. The final resting place of President and Mrs. Warren G. Harding is the largest and most beautiful presidential memorial outside of Washington D.C.


Heritage Hall. Heritage Hall, once the city's main post office, is three museums in one. It is the home to the famous Wyandot Popcorn Museum and also features Warren G. Harding memorabilia and thousands of historical relics.


Huber Museum. The Edward Huber Machinery Museum, located on the Marion County Fairgrounds, contains examples of the finest steam and gasoline tractors, threshers and road-building equipment.


Marion Popcorn Festival. This large, family festival is always the first weekend after Labor Day and celebrate's Marion's claim to fame as the "Popcorn Capital of the World."


Palace Theatre. The splendid Palace Theatre opened in 1928 as a vaudeville movie palace designed by the foremost theatre designer of that era, John Eberson.


Stengel True Home. Located in a brick mansion built during the Civil War, this museum features artifacts from the Colonial through Civil War eras.  


Veteran's Memorial Park. There is no other area like this in the United States. The park has separate monuments dedicated to each war the United States has fought, including a special memorial to honor women



World War II Memorial. A tribute to local veterans, the ornate World War II monument was dedicated in 2001 and is truly the only memorial of its kind in the United States until one was constructed in Washington D.C.