Links and Attractions

Other central Ohio wineries to visit:

The Ohio Wine Producers Association

Explore our treasures, discover our charm; rolling vineyards, sparkling lakes, quaint countrysides, unique gift shops, limestone caves, picnics in the sunshine, family festivals, fascinating tours… but most of all, come and taste our fine award-winning wines.

Ohio Grape Industries

Dedicated to the grapes of Ohio and the fine wines produced by our state’s vintners.

Presque Isle Wine Cellars

Presque Isle Wine Cellars, Inc has been in the business of supplying winemakers since 1964 and is one of the oldest of such firms in the USA. We try to meet the supply and equipment needs of winemakers, from the very casual to the very serious.

The Winemaker’s Shop

The Winemaker’s Shop supplies only the finest quality malts, hops, yeasts, and wine-grape concentrates to fulfill your home wine and beer-making needs. Located three blocks North of the corner of High St and North Broadway in Clintonville

Area Attractions

Kings Mill Bridge

Marion’s covered bridge design has a mix of features from three new bridges in Union County, and has a basic structure similar to the Mill Creek Bridge near Ostrander in Delaware County, with asphalt paving over a wooded deck and glue laminated wooden supports, tongue and groove cider shingle side panels and a steel roof design to look like shakes. Steel rods laced throughout the structure maintains the tension of the sides, which will affords open views to the river.  Less than 3 miles from Shamrock Vineyard.

Kings Mill Golf Course

The course displays a mixture of hills, flat terrain and rolling grounds to provide a very scenic and enjoyable round of golf. Excellent grooming with watered fairways provide great golf on our unique layout designed by famed architect Jack Kidwell. Less than 3 miles from Shamrock Vineyard.

Marion Area Convention and Visitors Bureau

Marion Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Marion, Ohio. Discover everything you need when looking for the attractions in Marion. From Warren G. Harding’s home and memorial, to Marion Union Station or The Huber Museum, Wyandot Popcorn or the war memorials. You will find it just a short jaunt north, right off of Route 23 at 95 under the “Tourist Information” awning.

Wyandot Popcorn Museum

The sights and sounds of chugging, popping and whistling help to take visitors back in time; and the aroma of popcorn and peanuts prepared fresh in the operational machines is mouth-watering! Free popcorn is served daily, and the fun of receiving a full serving from an old air popped popcorn vending machine is rarely missed.

Marion Popcorn Festival

The Marion Popcorn Festival is the largest popcorn festival in the world annually attracting crowds in excess of 250,000. Having been named one of the Top 100 Events in North America by the American Bus Association, prides itself on having something for everyone.

Marion Palace Theatre

The Palace features a dramatic entrance with a marquee of 560 clear bulbs underneath while another 375 bulbs light up the Palace sign which rises more than 50 feet above the marquee. The Palace is one of only 18 Eberson atmospheric theaters left in the world, and it is an attraction that should not be missed. Visit the website for the upcoming schedule of events.

Mt. Gilead State Park

Mt. Gilead State Park is a quiet, small park centrally located in the state of Ohio. Picnicking, fishing and hiking can be enjoyed year-round at this beautiful location

Delaware State Park

Dense woodlands, expansive meadows and a shimmering reservoir blend to create Delaware State Park. Once home to the Delaware Indians, this recreational area offers camping, swimming, boating, fishing and wildlife viewing for outdoor enthusiasts.

Bed and Breakfast

The Barn at Walnut Glen

Surprises await you from the very first step. Through the slightly ajar 14-foot barn door, the first view of the barn is that of the exposed beams and weathered wood that shelters the family’s working tractor. Then surprised again by the full paned glass front door exposing the modern comforts of your bed and breakfast suite located within.

Rose Heart Inn

The Rose Heart Inn, a Queen Anne Victorian built in 1898, offers a peaceful romantic getaway. Every room is lovingly decorated with period Victorian antiques. Original double art glass panels and parquet floors grace the two story foyer. The house still features all of its original cut glass windows and doors. The five guest bedrooms each have their own unique Victorian style and private baths with whirpool tubs and heated ceramic floors. The large front porch is the perfect place to unwind with good book or your sweetheart. Embrace history…come and experience the ambiance.

Hide Away B&B Inn

Our bed and breakfast inn facilities help to accomodate busines planning travelers for meetings, retreats, and company parties. We provide meeting place facilities, lodging and dining. The perfect work environment for intense think tanks and business planning in Ohio.