About FindlayIn the mid-1960s, Findlay resident John B. Cooke began a project to request that all citizens and business owners fly an American flag on Flag Day, June 14. This popular show of patriotism resulted in a 1974 Congressional Designation that declared Findlay “Flag City USA.”
The University of Findlay was established in 1882. At its Center for Equine and Pre-Veterinary Studies , 14700 US 68, students and instructors ride and train horses. Guided tours by appointment and summer horse shows are offered; phone (800) 472-9502.
Visitor Centers Findlay-Hancock County Convention and Visitors Bureau 123 E. Main Cross St. Findlay, OH 45840. Phone:(419)422-3315 or (800)424-3315
ShoppingFindlay has a variety of antique shops, boutiques and gift shops. Jeffrey's Antique Gallery, I-75 exit 161, features more than 250 antiques dealers.
Things to Do Hancock County Courthouse
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