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Musemus in Ohio
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 11:32 pm
Post subject: Musemus in Ohio

I am going to a family reunion next month at Cedar Point in Ohio. Are there any armor museums around?
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2006 8:20 am
Post subject: Re: Musemus in Ohio

There is an excellent private museum in Hubbard,Ohio

www.wwiivehiclemuseum.com/

Mapquest puts it at about 125 miles east of Cedar Point.

I guess a lot depends on your definition of 'close' and where (and how) you are travelling from.

You are ~380 miles Northeast of Ft Knox and ~450 miles West/Northwest of Aberdeen and ~320 miles East/Northeast of the Ropkey Museum in Indiana. They are all 'around' Cedar Point, it just depdends how addicted you are and how understanding your family is Smile

Seriously I think the Musseum at Hubbard would be a reasonable ( 2 hour) drive and worth the trip. I stopped there a couple years back on the way to a family function in Detroit and was very impressed.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2006 9:08 am
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Thanks Bob, Hubbard is on my list. There was also something down around Columbus but I can't seem to find any info on that museum.
I live in central Texas, I can drive all day and still be in the state. Someday I have to get that car fixed....
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Are you driving or Flying up? If you are driving Ft Knox is pretty much on your way Smile

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Hubbard has a great collection of AFVs. The Motts Military Museum is near Columbus. Outside it has a few AFVs (including Arnold Schwarzenegger's personal M47 from Austria) and a couple of aircraft. Inside is some neat memorabilia from the Revolutionary and Civil Wars up through ODS. It's not a bad little museum.
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