Tiffin is a city and the county seat of Seneca County, Ohio United States of America. Eratus Bowe is the man that first came into the area. In 1817, he built the Pan Yan Tavern. Soon after him, other early settlers established here. In 1820, Josiah Hedges founded a village and named it Tiffin. The small settlement received the name of Edward Tiffin, the first governor of Ohio, the one who fought to win statehood for the territory. Tiffin was incorporated on March 7, 1835. In present times, Tiffin has an area of 6.6 square miles and a number of approximately 18,000 residents.
Tiffin Glass Museum is a museum that opened in honor of the former glass factory that functioned for about 100 years in the city. This Tiffin attraction presents the history of the factory and its importance in the life of the community and on the economy of the town. A tour of the factory made by tour guides Aiden and Eric it's mandatory if you are interested in finding more details about this fascinating piece of history of Tiffin.
Seneca County Museum is a historical museum located in Tiffin, at 28 Clay Street. This Tiffin attraction depicts the life of the early settlers of the city, the details regarding the incorporations and others about the settlement of the nearby cities from the same county. The museum has wonderful collections of memorabilia and of vintage photographs of long-gone locals of the city.
Clinton Height Golf Course is an 18-hole course located in a wonderful area of Tiffin. The course does not require any special skills and you will handle the game easily even if you are a beginner. This Tiffin golfing facility includes a restaurant where you can eat delicious American dishes and try a large assortment of beers.
Reino's is a pizza and pasta restaurant located in Tiffin since 1951. This was the first pizza parlor in Seneca County and still offers delicious food today. The historic restaurant is a favorite of the locals and is famous especially for the delicious pizzas on the menu.