Findley is a city in northwestern Ohio and is the location of Hancock County.
Findley began as an outpost for the American army during the 1812 war. After the war, Findley grew into a town and became a subway station. Findley became an active city in connection with the natural gas boom in the late 1880s. During this time, Findley has become a manufacturing hub for glass and other energy-intensive manufacturing. Late in the boom, Tell Taylor wrote a song in Findley in "The Old Mill Flow" and became a hit by the barber's quartet. While heavy industries and gas itself burn in smoke, the legacy of the boom seems to have been left behind in the institutions and buildings. There are many buildings from the Victorian era in Findley Ohio, and most of the public and most of the famous buildings are contemporaries. Today, Findley is a city with a small-to-survive industry that is backed by cultural equipment and educational assets and provides services to neighboring villages.
In Ohio, there is a strong tradition of farm horses, especially among suburban people. Even now, horses are mounted as security officers, but at Findley University, they run a equestrian program with a separate farm for Westerners and British riders. Although it is rare to see carriages pulled by carriages like in the Amish Kingdom, it is not rare for leisure activities, and competitions play a major role in the county's exhibition. In the summer, local people often open a farm and farmers buy fresh products.
Downtown is more international. Artists tend to set up and live in Jones' blocks and other lofts. It's a big place to go out with food and drink, and even though Findley's size is relatively small, it's hard to find a place to sit in a popular downtown restaurant during the lunch rush.
Thanks to John B's efforts, the U.S. flag has been widely flown in Findley from private buildings to private houses. The Cook bought thousands of flags to fly in Findley. Later, Findley became known as the United States Flag City.
- 1 Hancock Country Convention & Visitors Bureau, 123 E Main Cross, , Toll-Free .
- The 75 N/S is the main highway that runs through West Findley and runs north from Toledo and Detroit, or south from Dayton and Cincinnati. There are mainly two exits to Findley.
- SR 224 E/W is the final state road to the east of Acron.
- 1 Findlay Airport (FDY IATA), 1615 Gray St , ✉ [email protected] airport with a grooved asphalt runway. One runway is 6,500 feet and the other is 4,500 feet. To support a propeller and a small jet machine. Sell 100 LL and Jet A. Height above sea level: 813 feet/247.8m To check weather information, tune to 132.850.
Findley can be easily navigated by car, and parking outside downtown is rarely a problem. If an extended parking is required, there is a parking lot in downtown.
HATS operates public shuttles that run only on Sundays, and shuttles that have more flexible time zones anywhere in the county, if they're arranged beforehand.
A bicycle in Findley is possible when it's a little dangerous. Findley's car drivers don't like sharing streets, so they'll be on the defensive.
The downtown Findley and the university Findley Campus are both easy to walk and have a sidewalk in the shade with a sufficient level of crossing. It could be the end of the town. You may be walking through a good sidewalk, shoulder, or ditch. It takes a few hours to go from one side of the city to the other, but it is possible.
- 1 Mazza Museum, 100 N Main St (entering Virginia B, Findley University. Gardner Museum of Art), ☏1 . Wednesday - Friday, noon to 5:00 p.m. Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Matza Art Museum is an art museum that focuses on illustrations of books for children. It has more than 12,000 collections, and small parts rotate to be seen by the general public. This museum often hosts writers for talks and autographs.
- 2 Black Heritage Library and Multi-Cultural Center 817 Harmon St . It is a library and educational facility that specializes in multicultural history. Exhibitions of African-American aviators and exhibitions of Japanese culture are held. We host the annual Kwanza Festival.
- 3 Hancock Museum of History, 422W Sandasky St, .Wednesday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Sunday, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The museum shows the history of Hancock County, including farming equipment, goods and memorabilia, and even the bathtub brought back by a notorious American Main Battleship from Cuba who sank off the coast of Cuba. In addition to the local history, the museum houses some international antiques such as samurai armor. The main museum is based on the historical Hal House, a representative example of Victorian residences. Other buildings include a log cabin in the 1840s, a farm house in the 1860s, a transportation building using a rare vehicle, and a central building in the history of citizens. The museum has a small gift shop that can be rented out to events. $5.
- 4-Lens Museum of Findley, 1800-Tifin Abe Suite201 . A museum that teaches children's vocational skills. The exhibit is primarily designed to teach you normal work, but it also includes several disciplines, including robots, banks, and visual art.
- 5 Northwest Ohio Rail Maintenance (NWORRP), 12505 C.R.99, +1-419-423-2995, ✉[email protected]). A small railway museum with a train that is one-quarter the height of a miniature on the back. Provides seasonal activities by theme during vacation. $2 (Adult), $1 (Child).
- 6 Indian Trail Cavens (Sherden Cave), 722 Ohio St Rt 568, ☏+1 419-387-7773 1 pm to 4 pm, from Memorial Day to Labor Day. 9 dollars for adults, 6 dollars for children, cash only.
- 7 Findlay Art League, 117 W Crawford St, An art museum that sometimes hosts artists and classes.
Findley has the highest Victorian architecture in the United States. The Victorian house is still for private use, but from the streets and sidewalks you can see all the houses, and many people visit and have dinner.
- 8. The First Hancock County Court. It was the first historic court building in 1833. It is one of the first buildings to be heated by gas in Findley.
- 9. Hancock County Court. Historic court in downtown Ohio. Built during the Oil Boom Period, the statue houses gorgeous sculptures, ornamental ornaments and oil paintings depicting scenes of justice inside the statue, as well as the window of stained glass. Visitors are welcome, but they need to pass through the safety checkpoint (weapons are prohibited). Freedom.
- 10 A house of a small red school. Including playgrounds and outhouses.
- 11 Charles H. Bigelow House, 1888, painted lady houses on the north end of the town.
- 12 The University of Finlay (UF), 1000 N Main St, Toll-Free . a private non-profit university at the northern end of the town The building is centered around the Victorian unique building "The Old Main Building." It has several sports facilities that often hold entertainment centers, art museums, theological theological schools, and events. Next to the house of a Japanese program is a small Japanese garden. There are some farms dedicated to the study of equestrian on the campus. WiFi is available on campus (connected to the guest network).
- Emory Adams, National Flag Hot Air Balloon Festival, once a year. mid-August. Display hot air balloons. There are many food trucks and exhibits similar to those of Gunshi. A vehicle with a hot air balloon is available, but you may need to preregister it. Freedom.
- 2. Hancock County City, 1017E Thunder Ski Center, 1 419 . Late August. The fair of the big county includes amusement racks, stereo derby, rodeo, cow show, pony vehicles, tractor haulers, crop and craft competitions, and local merchants. Gospel pavilions and first aid booth are also available. It has been handed down since 1852. $7 (a one-day adult ticket), $21 (a season ticket).
- 3. Riverside Wine Festival. the first summer of From across Ohio, a collection of wineries in the historic riverside Park. Customers who pay for their tickets can enjoy free samples. We can buy bottles at this event. $25 in sample food. No-food $10
- 4 ArtWalk, Afternoon of Friday 1st May and November afternoon downtown Findley. 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. A showcase of art crafts made by local people in downtown Findley. Freedom.
- 5 Marathon Center for the Performance Arts (MCPA), 200 W Main Cross St, +1 419 423 . Host the performance of bands, chorus groups, plays, musicals, magician, speakers and other trips. There is a permanent art gallery and a rotating exhibition hall. He also made a great contribution to the arts and opened a hall for the residents of Hancock County. The auditorium of the former Art Deco Junior High School was converted into a music hall and a theater.
- 6 Fort Findley Playhouse, a 300 W. Sandasky St., a theater of volunteer management, held in a historic church building. $12~$15.
- 7 Ghost Town, Summer, Halloween. It's a summer flea market that's turned into a eerie ghost town around Halloween.
- 8 Donnell Park & Donnell Stadium. Donnell Stadium is Findley's largest football stadium in the affluent Donnell Junior High School, and is collaborated with track and field teams from Findley High School and Findley University. Featuring art deco architecture, soccer field and running trucks, the company has a characteristic. The Donnell Park is located next to the stadium and centered around the Donnell Pond. The park has small cliffs, gardens and big fountains.
- 9 Flag City Sports Complex 3430N Main Center. Marathon diamond baseball and softball complex, cube indoor ice arena and Findley Youth football field, walking ground, and ground. Freedom.
Parks in the area are managed by either Findley City or Hancock County.
- 10 Riverside Park, 231 Mannes Abe☏, . Findley's oldest park. The portable terminal has a public pool with a water slide and a diving board, a boat for rent on the Branchard River bank, a shelter for picnic, a pitch for sports and an outdoor band shell. Freedom.
- The largest reservoir in the 11th base reservoir in Ohio. There is a 5-meter (8.0 km) path around the reservoir bank. It is possible to fish boats and boats along the coast of the Waraya, Parch, Blue Gill, Namazu and the bus. In winter, the mountain can be one of the few places that local people can use to reach it. In winter, the fisherman himself takes responsibility for the ice fishing. Freedom.
- 12 Emory Adams Park. A large wooden playground stylized as a baseball diamond, a soccer ground, a cycling road and a fort. Freedom.
- The 13th Lissenberg Memorial Woods, a country park with 6100 US Route 224 W. A vast forest and a path across wetlands. Includes the 1847 historic MacKinis family and the 19th century garden. In many cases, it hosts a program of live history. Freedom.
- 14 Reverse Bend Recreation Area 16618 Town Ship 208 Camp Site, Dog Park, Bridle Course, Aboletam, Disk Golf Course, Small Lake with Peers, Branch, Sports Stadium, Winter Sports Center, etc. Freedom.
- Oakwood's Natural Reserve 15, Oakwood's Ron. It includes the Natural Discovery Center, wetlands, woodlands, grasslands, launch of ships, and lakes with fishing boats. Freedom.
- 2 Owens Community College 3200 Bright Rd, . Findley branch of Toledo-based community college. Findley's campus has several outdoor art facilities, including small libraries, bookstores and restaurants. The installation of hive and renewable energy, which are run outdoors and by students, can also be observed. In addition to regular classes, small workshops featuring personal items such as art and computer technology introductions, ghost hunting and beer appreciation are also held. WiFi is available on campus. Child care services are provided at the Child Care Center.
- 3 Millstream Career Center, 1150 Broad Ave, . Vocational training is provided in areas such as cooking and welding. There are also a variety of single-period classes.
- 1 Jewelry's Antics, 11326 County Road 99 (right-hand side of I-75 exit), ☏+1 419 423 . 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. A large antique mall with 300 antique stores.
- 2 We meet every Thursday in the farmers' market (go to the marathon center to see the entertainment parking lot) from summer to October. Hosts the Craftsman, Producer, Regional Organization, and Food Truck. It also hosts live music. Free Entry
-  Findley Village Mall (Zamor), 1800 Tiffin Abe☏ +1 419 423 Findley's largest indoor mall. The company sponsors electronic stores, sporting goods stores, bookstores, mega-churchstores and small arcades.
- 4 Post Board Gaming, 441 E Sandusky St, A shop that sells all kinds of game products, including table games, boards, cards, and other traditional games. They also host various events related to the games they sell.
- 5 Brinkman's Country Corner (Brinkman's), 1800 E Sandusky St, +1 419 . Monday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. a country grocery that provides greenhouses that provide daily, butcher, agricultural, bakery, seasonal plants, flowers, and other gardening supplies. For tourists, it is most useful for tasting local produce and for receiving gifts from local people.
- a 6-wolfe farm They offer a variety of items, including fresh vegetables and fruits, and cooked food and sweets. It is open from early spring to early autumn.
- 7 Stoout Cycle, 610 S Main St ☏ . Mo-Th 11AM-6PM, Fr-Sa 11AM-5PM. a bicycle shop To provide a motorcycle fitting service by selling a bottle cap mirror.
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- 1 Dietsch Brothers (Dietsch's), 400 W Main Cross St;1217 Tifin Abe☏, +1 419-422-4474. Local ice cream and sweet shops. The store has a history dating back to the 1930s. The ice cream and chocolate of the deichi are available in the shop and have a unique flavor. Unlike many chocolate in the United States, it doesn't have a waxy texture.
-  George House, 1041 N Main Center, . 6:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. a coffee shop across from Findley University Used books are also sold. The seats are dispersed by night. You can use the paid Wi-Fi.
- 3-COFFEE AMICI, 328S MAIN ST, . 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Serve a variety of sweet biscuits, such as coffee, tea, and smoothie. On Friday night, Mike's night is open. On Saturday nights, local musicians perform live. The wall is decorated with local art.
- 4 Water Surf Coffee, 114 E Sandusky St, [email protected] Mo 6:30AM-9PM, Th-Fr 6:30AM-3PM, Sa 8AM-2PM. We sell coffee, tea, smoothie, yakimono, panini and soup. 3 to 5 dollars.
- 5 Fort Finlay Coffee & Doughnut Shoppe, 1016 Tiffin Ave, Sell coffee, donuts, bagels and the coffee beans you carry.
- Dear Wolfes Roust Nut Company, 1718 N Romick Pkwy, ☏ 419 423-1355. A wide range of spices-added nuts are available.
- 6 Wilson's Sandwich Shop (Wilson's), 600S Main (crossing the street from the Marathon Building), ☏ +1 419 422-5051. A classical hamburger dinner in 1936. Wilson's main fast food includes hamburgers and molts. Naming Terms (IE:A Frosty = A Thick)
- 7 Jack N Do's, 1201 W Trenton Ave, Su-Th 11AM-11PM, Fr-Sa 11AM-1AM. A popular pizza restaurant that serves a thin, crisp pizza, a crumpled tomato sauce and a pizza topped with a pizza sub-part.
- [8 Oler's Bar & Gril], 708 Lima Ave, ☏+1 419 423-2846. The outside looks like a dive, but the inside is good. Tex-Mex food can be cooked in different levels of spice sources, depending on your needs.
- 9 Shady Globe Golf Course 15733E US Route 224 and restaurants. The restaurant sells fast food in classical style.
- [10 Ming's Great Wall, 1535 Broad Ave, 419 422-8992 . The Chinese fast food in the U.S. near the state tends to rush to students at lunchtime. Known for almond chicken. Drive Through is on, please contact us first.
- Twenty-one key's dugout. Drive-through with baseball as a theme.
- 12 Circle of Friends, 125 W Sandusky St, . Monday - Saturday: 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Excellent Asian and Middle Eastern dishes
-  The burger, pie, fry☏, . The burger has a variety of patties, fried dessert pie, fire, and other American staples. Most of the customers are factory workers and truck drivers who are in the same position as the big burgers. He takes meat from a local butcher and has a burger option.
- 14 Main Street Deli, 513S Main St, 419 425 . Casual deliverers that sell sandwiches, soup, and other supplements. Baked goods and craft soda are also available. Lunch rush is often sold out of soup, so if you want a full menu, you'll arrive before 11:30 a.m. The walls are lined with local monuments and photos.
- 15-Pan Needs, 510S Branch Chardo St, . Shige - 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Bakery made mainly by food and the typical bakery.
- 16 La Charrita 3210 N Main St . On the north side of Findley is the good Cantina from Mexico.
- 17 Joey Fraterlo's Pizza, E Sandusky St, +1 419 427-5639. Get out of New York-style pizza and carzone.
- Cedar Valley Cafe, 1132 Tiffin Abe☏, . Monday - Thursday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m., Friday - Saturday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Lebanese restaurant that sells Shawalma, Humus, Farafel, stuffed grapes and Taburi. a specialty of tea There are many vegetarian options.
- 19 Dogie John's 106S Main St . Sunday - Monday 3 pm to 9 pm, Tuesday - Saturday 11 am to 9 pm. Sell the thin dough of cauliflower and fold the pizza, the flat bread and the sub. There is a beagan cheese option. 7-20 dollars.
- 20 Zazagaring, 114E Main Cross St, 419 422-5930.
- 21 Greek Garden 321S Main Hall, . Gyro, dollar made, spanner copier, humsplate, chile, etc. To provide a saganaki with a flame for the table and 'opa!'. It also works for Greek alcohols. 6-23 dollars.
- 22 Tokyo Steakhouse, 1800 Tifin Abe☏, 1 419 420-8881 Teppanyaki and hibachi shops in Japan are located in shopping districts.
- 23 Nippon West Japan, 406S Main Center, . Monday to Friday lunch 11:30AM-2PM, Monday to Saturday 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sushi, Teppanyaki , Donburi , and Obento are served. $5 to $50.
- 24 Six, 110 E Sandusky St, . Monday to Saturday noon from 11:00 to 2:00 p.m., Monday to Thursday dinner from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Friday to Saturday dinner from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. A modern Asian fusion restaurant. Opened at branches and dinner. The menu varies according to the season, but the bibimbop is constant. To provide various kinds of alcohol for handicrafts. 7-20 dollars.
- 25 The Bistro (Bistro on Main), 407 S Main St, ☏ +1-419-425-4900. 9-29 dollars.
- 26 Rossri's, 217S Main St, . 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on weekdays for lunch, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Monday to Thursday for dinner, 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Friday to Saturday. Italian food consisting mainly of pasta, seafood and meat. 7-30 dollars.
- 1 Logan's Irish Pub, 414 S Main St . 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Irish Pub in Irish Block, Findley. They sell U.S. foods such as beer, boxy, fish, chips, corn beef, hamburgers and salad. We will host the St. Patrick's Day celebration.
- [2 Alexandria's, 132 E Crawford St one of Alexandria), The First Floor Pub. On the second floor there are bowling alleys, bars, and rooftop patios and tikivers. They also offer live entertainment on weekends and hold dance halls for events. The building used to be a stable, and we see a variety of changes in our lives.
- 3 Campus Pollyyes, 339S Blanchard St, A pizza shop selling stuffed toys. It also offers carzone and submarine sandwiches. a branch of the Bowling Green Campus Polyester. 7-16 dollars.
- Four legends, 411S Main St, . Sports Fastropub。 At times, he holds events with local coaches and players. Hamburger, Tsubasa, Kraft Beer and Cocktail Shop. There are a few banquet rooms. The current organizers are the Hancock Sports Hall of Fame, which details the history of famous players in Hancock County, such as William's Dummy Howe and Ben Roselisburger. 9-24 dollars.
- 5 Finlay Breathing Co., 213 E Crawford St, . Tuesday - Thursday 11 a.m. - 10 p.m., Friday - Saturday 11 a.m. - 12 a.m., Sunday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.. a microbeer In addition, along with burger, flat bread and sweets, there is also a section where you can enjoy your own bllows. 7-12 dollars.
-  Bourbon, 121B E Crawford St, -250-9162. Mo-Th 3PM-11PM, Fr-Sa 3PM-1AM. They sell bourbon, wine, cocktail, and Oz Doble.
- 7 wines, 540S Main St, . It carries over 400 wines and 100 beers. I drink wine for ten dollars every Friday and beer for five dollars on Saturday. Sometimes they host barbecues and have themed meals. $5-$10+.
- 8 diVine Wind Bar, 326 S Main St, ✉[email protected] A self-service wine bar with over 28 wines in a temperature-controlled dispenser that offers small one-ounce samples, half-glass, or full-glass. Despite the name, bottled beer is also served. Host parties and live music.
- 9 Gilig Winery 1720 Northridge Rd .
- 1Econo Lodge 316 Emasen☏ To 316+1. Check in: 1PM, Check out: 11:00 a.m. Free WiFi and free breakfast. 60 dollars.
- 2 Super 8, 1951 Broad Ave Super 8, 1951 Broad Ave, 1951 Broad Ave, 1951 Ave, 1919 408-3046) Check In: 20:00, Check Out: Free WiFi at 11:00 a.m., free breakfast, and HD TV. $50.
- 3 Holiday Inn Express, 1920 Express Way, . Check In: 3PM, Check Out: Free Breakfast, WiFi, Indoor Pool, Fitness Center, and Business Center. $85.
- 4-Country Inn 903 Interstate Dr☏ . Includes free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, indoor pools, fitness centers, and business centers. $99.
- 5 Fairfield Inn, 2000 Tiffin Ave, . Check in: 3PM, check out: 12PM (noon). Includes free WiFi, free breakfast, pools and fitness centers. $119.
- 6 Extended Stay Delux, 2355 Tiffin Ave, ✉ [email protected] Check in:3PM, check out:11:WiFi A.M., free breakfast, and fitness rooms. $80.
- 7 Findlay Inn & Conference Center, 200 E Main Cross, , Toll-Free ,✉[email protected] A hotel and conference center in downtown Findley. Includes breakfast, complementary newspapers, WiFi
- 8-Drury Inn & Suites 820 Trenton Abe☏, . Breakfast is free, lunch is a snack. Includes free Wi-Fi, Fitness Center, Business Center, and Pools. $135.
- 9 Hancock Hotel 631S Main St . It is located on the site of the marathon headquarters. Includes Fitness Center, Business Center, and Bathroom. Every room has a HD TV and a free Wi-Fi. I will host a branch of Mancy's Steakhouse from Toledo. $160 to $200.
- 10 Hilton Garden Inn 1050 Interstate Dr W ☏ Check in: 3:00PM, Check out: 12:00PM at noon. Includes free Wi-Fi, fitness centers, business centers, indoor swimming pools, and ballroom. $123. .
keep ~ safe
Findley is generally a safe city, and most of the crimes that occur are light. If your phone is available and an emergency occurs, call 911.
- 4 Branch Card Valley Hospital (BVH), 1900 +1 419-
The Blanchard River floods frequently, and floods frequently occur. In the event of a flood, it does not panic, it is reasonable, and it does not directly touch the water containing the raw sewage. Especially in the case of severe floods, some of the I-75 may be unusable. In particular, downtown areas may be able to scale down and close Findley's public services and operations for months after massive flooding.
Many companies, especially coffee shops and restaurants, have public Wi-Fi hotspots.
The local area code for Findlay is 419 and 567. In Findlay, most mobile phone companies have a 4G range.
- 5 Findley Hancock County Public Library, 206 Broadway St, . Provides a free WiFi, a public computer with Internet access, and a printer. There are also books, movies and genealogies. In many cases, special events are held for artists and entertainers. Freedom.
- 6US Post Office, 229 W Main Cross, 419 423 .24/7. A historic post office building in downtown Findley. Provides retail services and purchase order boxes.
- 7 Findlay YMCA 300 E Lincoln St +1 419 422-4424. Provides two indoor swimming pools for interior rotation, locker, swirl, and fitness. I take swimming lessons regularly. She also holds workshops and baby-sit workshops on fitness and art. Non-adult: $10 a day and $20 a day's family pass.
-  The Courier (Communist Courier), 701 W Sandusky St, 419 422 5151. Findley's local paper.
villages and villages
- McComb - a tasteful village in Northwest Hancock County. Their public library houses two of the oldest Medal of Honor issued by U.S. soldiers from the area for a daring raid during the Civil War.
- Brahton - A Town at a Small University
- Van Bren - a strange village next to a large park.
- Houktown - A simple village on a crossroad. It was the birthplace of William Dummy Hoy, who heard the many hand signals used in baseball.
- bowling green
|Route via Findlay|
|Toledo - Bowling Green←||N S||→ Brahton →Dayton|
|End Left||N S||→ Jct W E → Kenton → Springfield|
|Huntington van Well←||W E||→ Tiffin → Acron|