101 South Ohio Avenue - Floor 2, Sidney, Ohio 45365
Phone: (937) 492-9122 - Toll Free: (866) 892-9122

What you’ll find in Shelby County...

At first glance, Sidney, Ohio appears to be an ordinary, small mid-western town waiting to be discovered. To the contrary however, Sidney enjoys a rich and storied past coupled with a wonderful array of today’s experiences to entice every travel preference.

Browse our prepackaged travel itineraries OR build your own from a list of nearly 100 area attractions. While here you can explore the natural beauty of our parks and outdoor recreation resources. You can take a factory tour at one of the top 10 in America. Historic sites, architectural points of interest, museums, and so much more. Shop, dine, relax… there’s lots to do.

So come visit Sidney, Ohio…We’re Waiting for You.

 

Sidney Bicentennial Updates

The winner will be announced during the Winter Wonderland Parade on December 5th.

Bike Riding

Drive It Yourself Tour of Shelby County

Looking for a fun and safe adventure? How about an informative and entertaining tour of Shelby County Ohio from the comfort of your automobile? Historic landmarks. Picturesque architecture. Unusual points of interest.  It’s all here… Download the app today.

COMMEMORATIVE POSTCARDS

To commemorate Sidney’s bicentennial, two postcards have been designed to mark the 200th anniversary of Sidney, Ohio.  The postcards are 4-inch x 6-inch in size.  Both feature a composite of colorful images showing notable Sidney landmarks from the past and present.  The vintage postcard includes images such as the Sidney Steel Scraper, Co., Tawawa Park in the year 1907, and the N. Miami Standpipe.  Images on the modern postcard include the Courthouse, Big Four Bridge, and Monumental Building.  A custom, postcard-rate postage stamp featuring a portrait of Sir Philip Sidney, the English poet and scholar for whom the city of Sidney was named, has also been created for the postcards.

The bicentennial postcards are available for purchase at the offices of Sidney Alive and the Ross Historical Center during regular business hours.

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