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Only in Dublin: Going, Going...Gone!

Thursday, September 16, 2021 12:00 AM by Katie Thompson

Dublin’s Art in Public Places collection is internationally recognized for popular installations like the Field of Corn that showcases 109, six-foot ears of concrete corn and Leatherlips, the first piece in the collection that features a 12-foot tall stone portrait of Wyandot Native American Chief.  

Hidden away in Darree Fields, a public park that hosts hundreds of sporting events annually, lies Going, Going…Gone!, a lesser-known work in Dublin’s acclaimed public art collection. At first glance, it may seem to be a simple statue commemorating the All-American sport, baseball. Upon further inspection, this piece of public art takes on a much deeper meaning, and you’ll find it Only in Dublin.   …

Dublin Ohio Waterfall Tour

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 2:00 PM by Visit Dublin Staff

Dublin, Ohio is home to some of Mother Nature's best work. You can explore more than 60 parks, 100+ miles of bike paths and hidden gems right here in Dublin. Perhaps the best natural wonders that call Dublin home are our waterfalls. Take a tour of the beautiful landscapes and waterfalls locals love to explore!…

Memorial Day marks the start of the summer season, and there’s no better way to celebrate than by simply getting outside. The good news is that’s easy to do in Dublin, where we believe the grass is always greener! With over 60 parks covering 1,500+ acres of unspoiled wilderness nearby, exploring…

Did you know Dublin was once frequented by several Native American tribes? Back in the 1800s, Dublin was known for rich land, natural spring water and access to the Scioto River, a natural transportation route for their civilizations.

Read on to learn more about some notable sites honoring our…