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Dave Grohl Alley
Off Main Avenue SW, between West Market Street and Franklin Street
Warren, OH 44481
Dave Grohl Alley on Facebook

Dedicated in 2009, Dave Grohl Alley is a living urban art exhibit showcasing works from local artists — all centering on the Foo Fighters frontman and Nirvana drummer who calls the City of Warren his hometown. The Alley will soon play host to the world's largest drumsticks.

 

Trumbull County Veterans' Memorial
Corner of High Street and Mahoning Avenue
Warren, OH 44481

This memorial to all veterans features many U.S. war monuments as well as thousands of engraved bricks honoring veterans with ties to Trumbull County.


Information courtesy of the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau.

 

Women's Park
Adjacent to 321 Mahoning Avenue N.W.
Warren, OH 44483
(330) 395-1840
UptonHouse.org

Located south of City Hall, this beautifully landscaped park, which features walkways, courtyards and a stone bridge spanning a brook, is dedicated to all women – past and present – who have made a difference throughout the local community. The gardens are maintained by volunteers from the Upton Association.


Information courtesy of the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau.

 

First Flight Lunar Module
2553 Parkman Road N.W.
Warren, OH 44485
FirstFlightWarren.org

Neil Armstrong and his family made their home in the City of Warren for a time when he was a young boy. He developed an interest in flying at an early age and on July 26, 1936, Neil and his father embarked on his first flight in a Ford Tri-Motor Airplane from Warren Airways on Parkman Road. This is now the site of the First Flight Lunar Module.


This site recognizes Warren native Neil Armstrong and honors his space career. It stands as a testament to the spirit and talent of the Warren community. Most importantly, it is an educational resources and an inspiration to children to follow their dreams.


Information courtesy of the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau. Image courtesy of W.R.A.P.



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