History and Museums

A covered bridge is seen from above in the fall.

5401 Corso Road​
(513) 523-6314
One of the few remaining covered bridges in southwestern Ohio and the only one in Butler County in its original site

A man standing next to a wooden structure.

4830 Oxford Trenton Road
​(513) 523-8005
The log house of Zachariah Price DeWitt and now the oldest remaining structure in Oxford Township

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6924 Brown Road
(513) 523-8005
​The Doty Homestead was a family farm for 125 years until it became part of the developing Hueston Woods State Park

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Shideler Hall, Room 126
​(513) 529-3220

Exhibits of rocks, minerals, fossils, and meteorites, including our world-famous local fossils and an OmniGlobe digital display

A man standing in front of a fake shark.

Upham Hall, Room 100
(708) 937-6253

​Exhibits and interactive programs about animal biodiversity, conservation, and ecology

A wooden dresser with a bust of abraham lincoln on top.

401 East Spring Street
​(513) 529-8380

Exhibits relating to the life of William Holmes McGuffey


A table with many bowls of food on it

10 South College Avenue
(513) 524-8506
Historic building with local arts and events

A man standing in front of some pictures on the wall

801 South Patterson Avenue
(513) 529-2232
Three acres of the sculpture park and five galleries of changing exhibitions

A wall with many different containers of food.

6 North Beech Street
​(513) 523-2734
Paint your own pottery studio with art classes


A black and white photo of a historical marker.

This self-guided walking tour uses an interactive app that transports you back in time to experience the 1964 Freedom Summer training firsthand

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Learn some of the histories of Oxford's Black community with this self-guided tour

A black and white photo of a sign

(513) 523-8687
A scenic 47-mile byway tour tracing the lives of two presidents from Southwestern Ohio, William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison

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(513) 523-8687
​Self-guided walking tour of the historic university district

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​​(513) 523-8687
​Self-guided walking tour of the uptown business district

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​​​(513) 523-8687
Self-guided walking tour of the historic Western College for Women

Miami University

A metal sculpture of an armillary sphere.

501 East High Street
​(513) 529-1809

​Founded in 1809, Miami University is the
second-oldest university in Ohio ​and the 10th
​oldest public university in the United States


A metal basket with a disc golf hole in it.

801 South Patterson Avenue
(513) 529-8181
A nine-hole course, located on Miami University's Western Campus

A group of people skating on an indoor rink.

610 South Oak Street
​(513) 529-9800
Public ice-skating rink

A golf course with many green areas and buildings.

2600 Oxford Millville Road
(513) 524-4653
Indian Ridge's four sets of tees offer an enjoyable playing experience to players of all abilities

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6711 Ringwood Road
(513) 280-6569
​Indoor shooting range, training, and pro-shop

A man climbing up the side of an indoor rock wall.

​750 South Oak Street
​(513) 529-4732
Indoor pool, diving well, climbing wall, ball courts, and indoor track

A horse with a harness on its head.

6484 Morning Sun Road
(513) 255-5752
​Guided horseback trail rides by appointment

A bowling alley with lanes and a row of balls.

4340 Oxford Reily Road
​(513) 523-9054
​Twelve synthetic lanes feature automatic scoring and bumpers


Three boys are playing in a pool with water.

701 Kay Rench Drive
(513) 523-6314
Community pool, water park, and concessions

A garden with trees and bushes in the background.

120 North Patterson Avenue
(513) 529-3770
A beautifully-landscaped garden and park area, great for leisurely walks and picnics

Three people standing in a forest near a wooden fence.

6301 Park Office Road
​(513) 523-6347
Three thousand acres of natural resources for outdoor recreation such as hiking, fishing, golf, canoeing, and fossil hunting

A group of people walking down the street.

2051 Timberman Road
(513) 867-5835
​MetroParks currently owns and manages over 5,000 acres in the county for recreation, education, and conservation

A field of blue flowers with purple centers.

​The Bird Blind is a structure created for people to see birds up close, in their natural habitat

A road going through the middle of a forest.

​(513) 524-2197
​Seventeen miles of hiking trails

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5160 Morning Sun Road
​(513) 523-6314
​Oxford area dog park for off-leash play

A person riding a bike on the side of a road.

5401 Corso Road
​(513) 523-8687
​Multi-use, paved recreational trails that are easily accessible to all

A group of people in the grass near some trees.

6801 Fairfield Road
(513) 523-6314
113 acres with lighted athletic fields and courts, playground, concessions shelter, bike and walking paths, natural area trail, and gazebo

A group of people playing basketball on an outdoor court.

6025 Fairfield Road
​(513) 523-6314
​Skate park, outdoor pool, basketball and tennis courts, and an indoor gymnasium

Two children swinging on a swing set in the park.

4346 Millville Oxford Road
(513) 529-8512
​Recreational park and natural area promoting outdoor recreation, education, and research in the natural sciences

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5995 Fairfield Road
(513) 524-2150
​ADA-compliant boardwalk with two resting platforms with benches

Two children playing with a water fountain in the park.

​West Park Place
​​Let your little ones splash in the fountains in our Uptown parks

Media Entertainment

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37 West High Street
(513) 857-7444
Comics, vinyl records, and games

A sign that says " barbie no hard feelings ".

1816 Old Oxford Road
(513) 929-2999
This circa-1950s drive-in theater shows mainstream movies on a single screen

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35 West High Street
(513) 593-5987
An established, newly expanded poker club