Experience It All Mystery Tour Itinerary


The Heart of the Reformation tour is a look into the lives of great Heroes of the Faith that will prove to be most inspiring & educational. Life-like wax figures of John Wycliffe, Martin Luther & John Knox to name a few is a must see! A collection of rare & historic Bibles dating back to the 1500’s and American Votive Folk Art from 1910 are included in this tour. $4.75 p/p.

Mansfield Fire Museum

Dedicated to collecting, preserving & interpreting the artifacts, history & traditions of firefighting, you’ll get up close to trucks, displays and equipment. Donation.

Ohio Bird Sanctuary

Enclosures house various non-releasable raptor and corvid species with interpretive signs with natural history facts about the species and the bird’s personal history. Walk through the songbird aviary where birds will alight on your hand in search of food. The Falcon and Friends is a live bird presentation to see birds up close! $5p/p.

Malabar Farm

Visit the wedding site of Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall. The 914-acre country estate, home of Pulitzer Prize winning author Louis Bromfield, was a haven for many Hollywood celebrities. Their gift store offers old fashioned products with Ohio made gifts & homemade fudge. $4.50 p/p house tour. $2.70 p/p wagon rideBoth $5.40 p/p.

Ohio State Reformatory

Once used to reform young offenders in the late 1880’s, the massive building stands with large granite pillars & elegant construction. Comprised of 250,000 sq. ft. & combining three architectural styles: Victorian Gothic, Richardsonian Romanesque & Queen Anne. One of the biggest castle-like structures in the U.S. & one of the top 5 largest. The Reformatory houses the world’s tallest free-standing steel cell block. $12 p/p. April 1-Sept. 1.

Squirrel’s Den

Walk thru the doors and smell the delicious aroma of homemade fudge & chocolates made fresh daily. Take home flavored popcorn, cinnamon frosted nuts, pecans & sweet treats. $2.95 p/p goody bag.

Richland Carrousel Park

Bring out your inner child with a ride on the first hand carved and hand painted carrousel since the 1930’s. Beautiful horses and menagerie figures whirl as a Stinson band organ provides rousing music for carrousel riders. $1 p/p for one ride. Groups will receive a 15% discount on Gift Shop purchases excluding food, sale items and ride tickets.

Oak Hill Cottage

Step into a whole other world with original hardwood floors, original Victorian furniture and uniquely stained-glass windows. Built in 1847, it is considered to be one the most perfect Gothic homes in the U.S. Louis Bromfield, Pulitzer Prize winning author, wrote about Oak Hill (Shane’s Castle) in his 1924 novel “The Green Bay Tree.” $5 p/p.

Dining Options

Deluxe Catering and Events

Located in the historical Reed’s building in the heart of the Central Park District, Deluxe Catering and Events is a favorite lunch stop for groups! $19 p/p inclusive.

Der Dutchman Restaurant

Relax and unwind for a delicious meal in a charming atmosphere. Smell the sweet aromas of their bakery and browse for something special in the Carlisle Gift Shop. Family style $14.99- 16.99 includes tax, no gratuity.

Historic Carrousel District

The Historic Carrousel District will feed you, entertain you & bring culture & joy to your life! Bring out your inner child with a whimsical ride at the Richland Carrousel Park; look for Jack & the Beanstalk at Main Street Books; What Goes Around Thrift Shop sells upscale second-hand items; Buckeye Bakery has delicious cookies and pastries & Elements of Art & Art Space feature local artists’ work. All with restored Victorian-age buildings. Local restaurants include Coney Island Inn, Coney Island Diner, Athens Greek Restaurant, Two Cousins’ Pizza, Uncle John’s, & City Grille.

Contact Jodie Snavely
800.642.8282 ext. 32