10 Things to Do in Amelia That You Shouldn't Miss

December 26, 2017 Darwin Bolte

Amelia in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Movie Theaters. Discover best things to do in Amelia with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Amelia

1. Starlite Drive-in

2255 State Route 125, Amelia, OH 45102-9700 +1 513-734-4001
Excellent
65%
Good
35%
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4.5 based on 17 reviews

Starlite Drive-in

Reviewed By Love2TravelUS - Winchester, Kentucky

This drive in is very well maintained. The parking area is graveled and the movie screen is in good shape. The bathrooms were clean, the stalls are really small, but they are clean. The concession stand was always busy, but the line goes rather fast. The food was tasty and reasonably priced. You just can't beat paying one price to see 2 movies. This is a great activity for kids.

2. Cincinnati Nature Center

4949 Tealtown Rd, Milford, OH 45150-9752 +1 513-831-1711
Excellent
86%
Good
11%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 140 reviews

Cincinnati Nature Center

Reviewed By Christine S - Cincinnati

Beautiful day to hike at the Nature Center. It's sunny and 50 degrees in December. They will have their Winter Hike tonight and you will be able to go on a short hike thru the woods , enjoy some Wassil by the Fire at the Abner Hollow Cabin , see lots of stars and maybe a planet looking thru some huge telescopes. It's a different look walking the trails in the winter. This place is very well taken care of . They have a wonderful gift shop that sells some Rookwood Pottery and Charlie Harper items and lots of other unique gifts , just in time for Christmas. I also love sitting in the library by the cozy fire . You can also get a coffee or tea , just pay $ 1.00 at the gift shop .

3. Tri-State Warbird Museum

4021 Borman Dr, Batavia, OH 45103-1684 +1 513-735-4500
Excellent
94%
Good
6%
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5 based on 16 reviews

Tri-State Warbird Museum

The Tri-State Warbird Museum was formed in 2003 with a commitment to preserve the aircraft of World War II, educate our visitors on America's role in WWII, and to honor the veterans who fought and those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Reviewed By Carolyn R - Batavia, Ohio

Looking for someplace local that's Patriotic, Historic, Educational & Fun to take your family? This is the place.

The planes are up close and personal as you walk up to and under them, and all the history on walls and in the smaller side rooms come to life if you're fortunate to be there when some older veterans are around to share stories.

It is not a huge museum, which is nice if you bring along an elderly family member or someone in a wheelchair, as they can see a lot but not have to spend a whole day which can be too long and tiring, and parking is right at the door.

I would recommend tours by Elder-care centers if they are looking for a place to take residents for an afternoon away from their nursing homes. They would love this place.

Donations support this wonderful facility - and are welcomed - and there's no pressure at all to do so, but after a visit you'll want to help preserve this museum for the future.

4. Cardboard Boat Museum

311 Front St, New Richmond, OH 45157-1305
Excellent
67%
Good
33%
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Cardboard Boat Museum

Reviewed By stevereviews - kentucky

really great guys and some really cool boats. These guys do more than just show off their incredibly creative and well-done cardboard boats - they support community groups that want to enter the annual cardboard boat race each summer. This is one of those quirky American museums with a passionate staff that make for a memorable visit.

5. Harmony Hill Vineyard

2534 Swings Corner Point Isabel Road, Bethel, OH 45106 +1 513-734-3548
Excellent
74%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Harmony Hill Vineyard

Harmony Hill Vineyards & Winery is southwest Ohio's premier winery/entertainment destination. We are a small boutique winery nestled in the quiet village of Bethel, just miles from the historic Ohio River Valley. Harmony Hill features a picturesque country setting surrounded by our 70 acre Nationally Certified Wildlife Refuge farm. Our unique underground wine cave is one of only six similar structures in the US. Sample our premium award winning wines and music venue weekly. We do not serve food, but instead encourage our visitors to bring their own. PAW (Pets Are Welcome) Harmony Hill was recently chosen one of the 20 most pet friendly wineries in the United States.

Reviewed By MJ3000 - Albuquerque

We return to the Harmony Hill Vineyard every Year for the Saturday after Thanksgiving wine tasting. Chat with the very approachable vintner owner; learn about the process and the trials and tribulations. Come away with a reverence for the passion, commitment, the sacrifice and the man. A "burden of dreams." If you have an interest and appreciation for wine you will enjoy the experience. Highest recommendation.

6. Comboni Mission Museum of Cultures

1318 Nagel Rd, Anderson, OH 45255-3283 +1 513-474-4997
Excellent
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5 based on 1 reviews

Comboni Mission Museum of Cultures

Reviewed By Porthos7 - West Chester, Ohio

This is a museum of African culture that has been acquired during the missionary trips that are under the Comboni Missionaries. Neat little museum with plenty to see of the African continent. They also have a animated nativity during the holiday season. Neat little gem that most people don't even know exists!

7. Pierce Point Cinema 10

1255 W Ohio Pike, Amelia, OH 45102-1242 +1 513-947-3333
Excellent
57%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Terrible
6%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 16 reviews

Pierce Point Cinema 10

Reviewed By Yinger - Cincinnati, Ohio

We come here about once a month. The theater is clean, comfortable seats, the arm rests fold up to make double seats. We like to see 3D movies here. Good picture quality. I like the way they do snacks and drinks, self serve with free refills.

8. East Fork State Park

3294 Elklick Rd, Bethel, OH 45106-9327 +1 866-644-6727
Excellent
26%
Good
42%
Satisfactory
22%
Poor
6%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 72 reviews

East Fork State Park

Reviewed By Glenn B - Bay Village, Ohio

What a wonderful camp ground. My wife and I camp during the week and found Eastfork to be a quiet restful campground near a lot of activities.
We found the camping sites to be deceiving. When a campsite backs up to the wood more often than not the site extends into the woods a good distance. Many great tent sites as well as full-service RV sites.
I would like to give this campground a higher rating but the shower house on ourarea only had one shower working on each side and the water ran and puddled in the main walkway in the shower area. The state released an extra 88 million for state park. Please us some of it to upgrade the shower houses.
I was told that the campground is noisy on the weekends as the campground fills up. My advice is to camp during the week.

9. U.S. Grant Birthplace

1551 State Route 232, Point Pleasant, OH 45153-9301 +1 800-283-8932
Excellent
32%
Good
63%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 34 reviews

U.S. Grant Birthplace

The birthplace of Civil War General and 18th President of the United States -- Ulysses S. Grant. Originally a one-room frame cottage that Grant's father Jesse rented while he worked as foreman for the local tannery.

Reviewed By Abby G - Cincinnati, Ohio

I can't believe how many times I drove past without stopping. The tour is quick and informative. The info you get here could prompt you to visit a couple similar places the next county over.

10. Shaw Farm

1737 Oh-131, Milford, OH 45150 +1 513-575-2022
Excellent
78%
Good
16%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Terrible
6%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 30 reviews

Shaw Farm

Reviewed By Jennifer D - Lebanon, Ohio

This farm has a fall festival and pumpkin patch every October. One of our favorites. Admission is free. There is face painting, kiddie train ride, corn maze, and horsedrawn hayride for small fee. On the grounds there are all kinds of halloween decorations. plywood cutouts to pose for pics and a maze for kids to run through. the farm store has many items (crafts and food) for sale. there's also a concession stand. there were some farm animals to checkout and many picnic tables to sit back and watch your kids run around. a lot of fun for all ages.

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