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Warren County is the perfect destination for visitors of all ages looking for memorable getaway adventures. The aroma of baked apples, roasted turkey legs, and German sauerkraut mark the beginning of just a few of Warren County's many crowd-pleasing festivals.
With everything from unique events such as the Ohio Renaissance Festival, the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival and the Lebanon Christmas Parade, to events with 10,000 screaming tennis fans or to popular antique and quilt shows, it's easy to see why Warren County is Ohio's Largest Playground!
Below is a sampling of the cool yearly events happening in Ohio's Largest Playground! For a more detailed list, visit our events page.
The Lebanon Antique Show provides investment-quality antiques for collectors and investors. Find antique furniture, textiles, ceramics, metal wares, paintings and decorative items on display in room settings by more than 50 dealers! This show is also a great place for beginning collectors to learn about quality antiques.
The Lebanon Quilt & Fabric Arts Show provides antique as well as newly made quilts, felting, knitting and other fabric arts for view and for sale. Staged inside the Warren County History Center, the show features over 30 dealers in all kinds of quality handmade fabric arts.
Forty visiting dealers will offer diverse collections of antiques with everything from from quilts, glassware, pottery, to furniture, both primitive and formal. While in town, stop in any or all of the 50+ Waynesville antique and specialty shops lining the streets of this historic village.
An educational and entertaining event featuring period encampments from the 18th century, storytellers, live music, drumming ceremonies and dance displays with more than 100 performers.
See the best men's and women's tennis players in the world, such as Roger Federer, Andy Roddick, Serena Williams and Venus Williams compete every summer at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason.
See history come alive at this 16th Century English village re-creation. Fun awaits the whole family with over 150 costumed characters, 135 shops featuring unique handmade items, 12 stages of continuous entertainment, awesome rides, and hearty food and drink!
Halloween Haunt is the biggest scarathon in the Midwest with 13 horrifying attractions and countless numbers of terrifying creatures looking for victims during the fall event. Plus, let the crisp autumn air rush over your face as you experience many of your summer-favorite rides in a completely unique setting!
Your little ghouls and goblins will love the opening of Howl-O-Fest complete with storytelling, a haybale maze, pumpkin patches, dance parties, costume contests, trick-or-treat candy stops, plus a costumed parade!
Festival goers will find wonderful handmade crafts such as pottery, wreaths, candles, baskets, and all kinds of decorations for any holiday. While you are there don't forget to try all apple-inspired food and beverage creations like cider and apple pie!
This unqiue event features more than 50 antique dealers, artists
and artisans of high-quality antique reproductions. Antique furniture, textiles paintings and more will be displayed, plus guests can enjoy food and educational demonstrations.
Celebrate the humble cabbage with traditional sauerkraut dishes
and crazy concotions such as sauerkraut fudge! With more than 400 selected craft vendors, this annual festival is one of the largest arts & crafts shows in America.
The Christmas Ranch offers visitors more than 350,000 lights, most of which are synchronized to music using state-of-the-art technology! This true winter wonderland has been featured nationally on HGTV and ABC's Good Morning America!
More than 100 horse-drawn antique carriages parade through the streets, pulled by miniature horses, majestic Clydesdales, and all
kinds of horses in between. Early birds line the streets at 1pm for an afternoon parade, and those who attend the 7pm procession are treated a candlelit parade.