9 Hidden Locations in Ohio

Toy and Plastic brick museum

When you are tired of the same old hum drum touristy attractions, why not try something new and exciting? Take the road less traveled when wandering through Ohio. See parts that you did not know existed. There is a good chance that even your friends and family in Ohio aren’t familiar with many of the odd tourist attractions that exist there. Well now you are in luck because we’ve put together a list of 9 Hidden Locations in Ohio. While some may not be hidden, you may be surprised to find out about their unusual history. Explore and discover something worth discussing in Ohio.

1) Toy and Plastic Brick Museum

If you enjoy going to museums of art, do yourself a favor and travel to the Toy and Plastic Brick Museum in Bellaire, Ohio. It’s simply incredible to see what can be accomplished with LEGO. In 2007, 205 children helped build the World’s largest LEGO image, designed by Brian Korte. The image is of a tractor-trailer, which measures 13.61 m [44 ft. 8 in] x 5.95 m [19 ft. 6 3/8 in]. Even if you’re not a kid, you’ll still enjoy seeing all of the fascinating things that can be done with LEGOs. The museum is considered the ‘unofficial’ LEGO museum because of the enormous amount of LEGO designs. It is a fun place to visit and have your picture taken with the many designs on display. And seeing these images and designs may inspire you and get your own creative juices flowing.