city in Williams County, Ohio, United States

Bryan is a city in Northwest Ohio, and the county seat of Williams County.

Downtown Bryan

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Bryan was founded in 1840, and became a small manufacturing city by 1940. Bryan is sometimes known as the Fountain city.

Despite its small size, Bryan is the home of both Dum Dum lollipops, and the Etch a Sketch.

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Map of Bryan (Ohio)

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I80/The Ohio Turnpike is a few miles north of Bryan. US6/SR2 passes by Bryan.

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See also: Rail travel in the United States

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  • 2 Wabash Cannonball Trail. The Wabash Cannonball bike trail connects the nearby village of Montpelier to Wauseon.    

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The nearest commercial airport is Toledo Express Airport TOL IATA, but services are limited. The nearest major international airport is Detroit Metro Airport DTW IATA.

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Williams County Courthouse
  • 1 Williams County Courthouse. A historic courthouse building in downtown Bryan.
  • Spangler Candy Museum, 400 N Portland St, +1 419-633-6439, toll-free: +1 888-636-4221. The Spangler Candy Company offers guided trolley tours through their candy factory, which manufactures lollipops. The gift shop sells single flavor bags of Dum Dums. $6 adults, $4 children.    

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Dum Dums lolipops are one of Bryan's claims to fame.
  • 1 Shaffer's Restaurant, 309 N Main St. 6AM-10PM. Has an American menu with a few Mexican options. Has a breakfast menu.
  • 2 El Mariachis.

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Routes through Bryan
ChicagoElkhart  W   E  ToledoCleveland
South BendElkhart ← Jct N   S  W     E  WauseonToledo
GaryPortage ← Jct N   S  W   E  → Jct W   EBowling Green
Fort Wayne ← becomes    W   E  WauseonToledo

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