The Colonial Manor B&B is perfect lodging while you visit the nearby attractions in the Springfield area. Listed below are just a few of local attractions.

  • The Westcott House is Frank Lloyd Wright’s only Prairie Style home in Ohio and one of the country’s finest Wright house museums.
  • A variety of national and local park and recreation.  Springfield offers countless miles of picturesque biking, hiking trail and white-water rafting.  
  • Step 200 years back in time at the Annual Fair at New Boston (reenactment)! Everything about this quality event creates the illusion of time travel to 1790 – 1810.
  • Springfield Museum of Art’s, the only Smithsonian Affiliate art museum in the state of Ohio.
  • The Hartman Rock Garden includes over 250,000 individual stones that combine a mixture of history, religion and depression-era pop culture.
  • Heritage Center Museum. Extending an entire city block, the Heritage Center houses an extraordinary museum that faithfully recounts the history of America’s Heartland, and the historic National Road.
  • Springfield’s Buck Creek is now whitewater country.
  • The National Museum of the United States Air Force collects, researches, conserves, interprets and presents the Air Force’s history.
  • Springfield’s Heart of Ohio Antique Center is the country’s largest indoor antique mall.
  • Wittenberg University, founded in 1845, this Lutheran-affiliated liberal arts college in the heart of Southwest Ohio.
  • Ohio Caverns is one of Ohio’s most popular tourist attractions. The caverns remain a steady 54 degrees year-round featuring some of the most unique formations in America.
  • South Fountain blends unique, mid-sized vernacular houses with high-style Victorian mansions.
  • The Clark County Fairgrounds is located directly adjacent to I-70 and plays host to major events including the Springfield Swap Meet & Auto Show, the Springfield Antique Extravaganza, and the Clark County Fair!
  • Opera House, located within South Charleston’s Renaissance Revival-style Town Hall, was built in 1879 and returned to active use in 1984. Known for its phenomenal natural acoustics, it has hosted countless musicians, singers, and productions.
  • Summer Tour Series celebrates Springfield’s distinctive architecture and history with eighteen amazing tours. (Seasonal)
  • Mad River Gorge + Nature Preserve offers some of the finest natural climbing cliffs.
  • Farmers Market each week (Seasonal).
  • Award-winning local theater has a wide range of production. Featuring a variety of entertainers and Broadway plays.