This level farming region unfolds an array of cross-tipped churches, all of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. Three are highlighted below:
- St. Augustine Church, built in 1848, is one of the area's oldest churches. As a highly esteemed place of worship, it has undergone many renovations. One such renovation was the addition of its impressive twin spires in 1874.
- In 1862, New England settlers built the First Presbyterian Church in Wapakoneta. This church was built using a Greek Revival style, unlike other churches on the byway.
- Another unique church is St. Joseph's Catholic Church, which happens to sit just south of First Presbyterian. This building employs the rounded arches of the Romanesque Revival style.
Or for a little fresh air visit the Miami-Erie Canal Towpath -- a beautiful 3.5-mile hiking trail from St. Marys Memorial Park to Forty Acre Pond.