Seven presidents were born in Ohio, which places it just behind Virginia’s eight. That means the long Presidents’ Day weekend Feb. 13-15 is the perfect time for a road trip to some of the sites that earned Ohio the nickname “The Birthplace of Presidents.” These unique libraries, museums, homes and even a schoolhouse and science center showcase the lives of our former leaders and their families. “It is pretty unique to have presidential history right in your backyard,” says Todd Arrington, site manager of the James A. Garfield National Historic Site.
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Written by Lisa Galek.
Originally published February 10, 2021.