BE Nostalgic: Experience the character, culture, and history of Bowling Green. Take in a stage show, star gaze at the planetarium, or take a tour back in time at one of four historic museums or a historic downtown walking tour.
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BG Bounce
 1234 N Main Street At BG Bounce we wanted to build a place that you can take your kids to and really have fun, but also learn a thing or two. This unique place inspires learning, artists, math and science for eager young minds, mad sand castle building skills, friendly competition, teen areas, adult areas and so much more!
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BG Wind Farm
 Located on Route 6 W (Between Green Rd. & Potter R Four wind turbines built to generate electricity. Visitors kiosk available for your information and enjoyment.
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BGSU Ice Arena
 BGSU Campus Public skating held afternoons and evenings for an admission charge with skate rental availablity.
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BGSU Planetarium
 BGSU Campus The planetarium offers public programs from Sept.- early May and weather permitting stargazing from the observatory roof.
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BGSU Ticket Box Offices
   Athletics Ticket Office: 877-BGSUTICKET or 419-372-0000 Musical Arts Box Office: 419-372-8171 or 800-589-2224 Music Event Hotline: 419-372-8888 School of Art: 419-372-8525 (Gallery) or Gallery Information 419-372-2786 (Building) Theater Box Office: 419-372-2719
Black Swamp Players Community Theatre
 1506 E. Wooster Enjoy local theatrical and musical productions at the First United Methodist Church Threatre.
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Bowling Green Community Gateway
 Corner of Poe and Thurstin St. An artistic gateway to the Bowling Green community created by BGSU students, partnering with the city of BG.
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 127 N. Main St. Originally opened in 1927, the Cla-Zel was designed by reknown architect Jack Raney and is one of Ohio's longest continually operating moviehouses. The theater has been transformed into a venue designed to present a dynamic array of entertainment possibilities. Movie house, live entertainment, wine bar, and banquet facility, the Cla Zel offers something for people from all walks of life.
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Eva Marie Saint Theatre
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Fire Lake Camper Park
 13630 West Kramer Rd. Level sites around 8 acre lake. Country setting near the city. Relaxing, family fun. Offering Beach, Boats, Fishing, Playground, and a Camp Store.
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Galleries @ BGSU
 BGSU Campus The Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery and the Willard Wankelman Gallery showcase regional, state, and national artists. The Hiroko Nakamoto Gallery features an impressive Japanese ceremonial room.
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Gish Film Theater
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Grumpy Dave's Pub
 104 S. Main St. Located above Easystreet Cafe offering live comedy, bands and variety shows.
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Howard's Club H
 210 N. Main St. Live musical entertainment.
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Joe E. Brown Theatre
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Musical Arts
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National Construction Equipment Museum
 16623 Liberty Hi Rd Exhibits documenting the history of construction equipment development. By appointment only.
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Portage Quarry Recreational Club
 12701 S. Dixie Highway (S.R. 25, South of BG) Certified PADI resort on 50 acres. Swimming, diving, and camping.
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Snook's Dream Cars Automobile Museum
 13920 County Home Rd. Hours: M-F 8:00a.m. -5:00 p.m. Weekends by Appointment Admission: $6.00 "Automobile history comes alive at Snook's Dream Cars. Your journey in the "Past" lane begins as you step into an authentically recreated 1940s era Texaco filling station, featuring an extensive collection of "automobilia" - everything from hood ornaments and window cranks to seat covers, bug remover and backseat touring games. Continuing through the Museum you can visit the 4-bay workshop where classic cars are being repaired, view the extensive collection area, and see the Snook family collection of Dream Cars from the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s."
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The Little Red Schoolhouse
 BGSU Campus Welcome to the Little Red Schoolhouse at Bowling Green State University. Please feel free to look around and see the wonderful, educational memorabilia that we have in the schoolhouse. This one-room school is a part of the University's collection of pre-1940 educational memorabilia. The schoolhouse, built in 1875, was originally located in Huron County, southeast of Norwalk, Ohio. The building was 100 years old when it was dismantled and moved to the BGSU campus, to become a living history museum. Only twelve other colleges or universities in the United States have one-room schools on campus. The schoolhouse is visited by more than 1,000 people each year, including hundreds of school children who come here for field trips. Fully restored with many original items, the schoolhouse provides an ideal classroom experience and faculty are encouraged to consider the site for class meetings. Tour guides are also available to provide a 20-minute orientation to the schoolhouse. Please contact Deb Leuck at (419)372-7401 at the College of Education and Human Development – Dean’s Office. Listed below are additional highlights in the history of the building: 1875, constructed near Norwalk in Huron County. 1975, dismantled and reconstructed on BGSU campus
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The People: A Portrait of the Community
  East Poe Rd. (Between Enterprise St. & College Dr "The People" is a fence that depicts various campus and community figures involved in their usual activities as teachers, laborers, students, athletes and even dog walkers. It also includes a center piece that shows the landscape of the Black Swamp area, with windmills, corn, and other natural and manmade features.
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Walking Tour of Historic Places
 Downtown Bowling Green Walking tours of our historic downtown or our historical homes are available by calling the CVB at 419-353-9445 or Main Street BG at 419-354-4332. Guided tours by appointment, or self-guided walking tour available.
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Wood County Courthouse
 Corner of E. Court & N. Prospect St. The Wood County Courthouse offers tours of the 100-year-old building which boasts one of the largest working hand clocks in existence. For tour appointments please call 419-354-9000.
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Wood County Historical Center & Museum
 13660 County Home Rd. Former county infimary now preserves the history of wood county with over 30 exhibits. Self-guided tours April-October & December. T-F 9:30-4:30, Sat-Sun 1-4. Guided tours by appointment.
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Wood County Public Library
 251 N. Main St. Two floors, millions of stories, and so much more!
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Woodland Mall Cinema 5
 1234 N. Main St. Five Cinemas to enjoy the latest movie releases.
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Zimmerman School
 Corner of Nelson Rd. & Carter Rd. A one-room restored schoolhouse available for special events and by appointment.
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