Throughout its storied history, Lebanon has attracted an array of notable visitors and been a haven for many interesting residents. The historic town boasts both architectural beauty and an enviable collection of antique and specialty shops. Influenced by the growth of the Shakers, the culture is kept alive today by museums and talented artisans who reproduce beautiful furniture and household goods in Shaker-style. This historic village is home to Ohio's oldest, continuously operating inn, The Golden Lamb.

 Since 1803, Lebanon has been the Warren County Seat and is noted for its many structures on the National Register of Historic Places. Thousands of visitors come to Lebanon each year to shop along the brick-lined streets, dine at The Golden Lamb, enjoy a soda at an old-fashioned ice cream parlor, ride a historic train, and explore history at the Warren County Historical Society Museum and Glendower State Memorial. In December, Lebanon hosts the Horse-Drawn Carriage Parade and Christmas Festival. This popular parade features more than 100 decorated antique carriages, majestic Clydesdales, miniature horses, and Santa and Mrs. Claus.