Attractions

There are one-of-a-kind attractions by the bunch in Mansfield, Ohio! See Elektro, one of the world's first robots. Or walk the halls of the famous historic Ohio State Reformatory, the filming site of the movie The Shawshank Redemption. Stand where Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall got married. Tour the BibleWalk or explore unique homes like Oak Hill Cottage or Kingwood Center. There is so much to see and do!

Bellville Jefferson Township Historical Society

Phone:
419-886-3687

Address:
167 Main Street
Bellville, OH 44813

Location:
St. Rt. 13 to Bellville Museum

Hours:
Open every 3rd Sunday from 1-5pm (April-Oct)

The Bellville-Jefferson Township Historical Society Museum, located at 167 Main St., Bellville, presents village history in themed displays that include local military history, high school memorabilia, and much more. New displays represent an ever-changing history, like the Snyder Funeral Home exhibit that traces back four generations in the funeral home family. Far from morbid, it's fascinating.

BibleWalk

Phone:
419-524-0139
800-222-0139

Email:
lbmjulia@richnet.net

Website:
www.biblewalk.us

Address:
500 Tingley Avenue
Mansfield, OH 44905

Location:
US 30 to SR 545 N, follow sign

BIBLEWALK is Ohio's only life-sized wax museum and home to the state's only Christian Dinner Theatre, "Dinner With Grace ". BIBLEWALK features 70 life-sized dioramas accompanied with special effects and an audio text that will guarantee an experience of a lifetime. The tours include: The Life of Christ (60 min), The Miracles of the Old Testament (60min), Heart of the Reformation (30 min), and The Museum of Christian Martyrs (30 min). Also on display are woodcarvings, American votive folk-art, and rare Braille Bibles. BIBLEWALK is wheelchair accessible.

Coming 2015 formerly seen at Christus Gardens, "The Walk of the Parables."

  • Admission for Life of Christ & Miracles of the Old Testament : $5.50 for adults, $5.25 for Senior Citizens, $4.50 for students (6-18). $27.00 for family rate.
  • Admission for Heart of Reformation & Museum of Christian Martyrs : $4.75 for adults, 4.50 for Senior Citizens, $3.75 for students, $23.00 for family rate.
  • All four tours: $20.50 / $20.00 w/discount for adults, $19.50 / $19.00 w/discount for Seniors, $16.50 /$16.00 w/discount for students, $100.00/$90.00 w/discount for family pkg.
  • Credit Cards: MasterCard, Visa

Brownella Cottage

Phone:
419-468-9338

Website:
www.GalionHistory.com

Address:
132 S. Union Street
Galion, OH 44833

Location:
One block west and south of Public Square in Galion. 12 minutes west of Mansfield on SR 309. Park in the public lot across from the cottage.

Restored Victorian mansion (1887) of Bishop William M. Brown, turn-of-the-century national, political, and religious leader, complete with original furnishings. Grounds feature the Bishop's library, covered walkways and a history museum.

The cottage is open to the public on Sundays June through October with tours beginning at 1:30, 2:15 and 3:00 pm. The guided tour is $5 for adults and $3 for students. Also call about our special ghost tours.
Groups are welcome by appointment. Please call 419-468-9338. http://www.galionhistory.com/ghosts-haunts/

Splash Harbor

Phone:
419-886-4000
419-886-9943 (Fax)

Website:
www.splashharbor.com

Address:
855 Comfort Plaza
Bellville, OH 44813

Location:
I-71 & SR97

Splash Harbor water park, featuring a 49-foot looping water slide, dumping buckets, shooting geysers, two hot tubs (one for adults and one for families), water basketball hoops, a floating raft and kids pool area. Up to four water park passes are included in all room rates.

Cooper's Mill

Phone:
419-562-4215
800-708-4215
419-562-2405 (Fax)

Email:
info@coopers-mill.com

Website:
www.coopers-mill.com

Address:
1414 N. Sandusky Avenue
Bucyrus, OH 44820

Location:
27 miles west of Mansfield on US30 bypass around Bucyrus, exit on SR4, turn left (south). Across from Bob Evans.

Hours:
Tours Mon-Fri 9am-11:30am and 12:30pm to 3pm. Tours on Sat. Country Market Hours Mon-Sat 8:30am-6pm

Visit Cooper's Mill for an entertaining and educational tour through our factory. Learn about the history of Cooper's Mill and observe firsthand how delicious ripe fruits are cooked into our irresistible jams, jellies, and apple butter.After the tour, be sure to visit our country market and gift shop where our complete line of all-natural, preservative-free products is available for purchase. Free samples are provided for your enjoyment. Schedule your tour today!

Gorman Nature Center

Phone:
419-884-3764

Email:
gormannaturecenter@gmail.com

Website:
www.gormannaturecenter.org

Address:
2295 Lexington Ave.
Lexington , OH 44904

The Richard County Park District's Gorman Nature Center features 150 acres of forests, prairies, ponds and streams and provides over four miles of public trails close to the population centers of Richland County. The Gorman Nature Center naturalist staff sponsors weekly programs for the public featuring a variety of hikes, field trips, and natural history programs. Cross country ski in the winter too!

Haunted Bissman Building

Phone:
419-295-5002

Email:
paranormalace@ymail.com

Website:
www.hauntedbissmanbuilding.com/

Address:
193 N. Main St.
Mansfield, OH 44902

Location:
193 N. Main St.

The Bissman Building, along with all of its Gothic Romantic styling, was commissioned by Peter Bissman in 1886. Engineered and constructed by the same contractors as the Ohio State Reformatory, it was the home to Peters' wholesale grocery distribution center up until the mid 1970's. The 50,000sq.ft. warehouse was built in order for The Bissman Company to expand its flourishing business.
The Bissman Company supplied Mansfield and the surrounding area with a broad variety of grocery products including Bissman's Red Band Coffee, hand rolled Cuban cigars, private labeled canned goods, and a wide array of alcoholic beverages. It was a landmark the day it opened and remains today, a lasting treasure to the community.
Each morning the streets would be filled with the aroma of hand roasted coffee beans then like clockwork, at the end of a long work day, the smell of freshly roasted peanuts wandered throughout the flats, enticing the locals to enjoy a beverage, preferably one delivered that day by The Bissman Company.
The Building still buzzes today with activity. Home to Pirate Printing, a Bissman Family owned printing and embroidery business and the host to private ghost hunts, ghost walks and Shawshank tours. The building has been the back drop for several movies, including The Shawshank Redemption and The Dead Matter. The perfect industrial feel has lent itself to multiple music videos and with its long standing reputation for paranormal activity; it was featured in an episode of Ghost Hunters (T.A.P.S.) as well as two episodes of My Ghost Story.

SHAWSHANK TRAIL

The eerie façade of the Bissman Building was used as the entrance to the Brewer Hotel where Brooks (James Whitmore) and Red (Morgan Freeman) stayed after they were paroled from Shawshank. However, only Red made it out of the boarding house alive, due to the unfortunate death of Brooks, who, hung himself.
Looking south from the Bissman Building toward downtown Mansfield, you will notice the City Mills building; this is the corner where Brooks tried to navigate traffic to reach the Brewer Hotel.
The front office inside the Bissman Building was used as the Portland Daily Bugle Editor's office. The original glass that was placed in the door by the movie production crew still remains.
When you visit The Bissman Building you will also be able to see memorabilia from the filming of the movie, such as one of the bottles of Bohemian style beer that they drank on the roof of the license plate building, Ben Bissman supplied them to the props department with the help of the Stroh's Brewery. In addition to an authentic Stroh's bottle, there are also exclusive photos, signed contracts, and pay stubs that the Hollywood production company issued to Bissman family members that were extras in the movie.! Visit the Brewer Hotel/ Portland Daily Bugle, all in one stop, and get exclusive access to limited edition Shawshank merchandise, not found at any other Shawshank Location!

HAUNTED MANSFIELD OHIO
In 2007 the building was leased to a major film production company, the Midnight Syndicate, for the production of The Dead Matter, a vampire movie that was released in October of 2008.
The Haunted Bissman Building, nicknamed as Dead Souls Studio, has a long history of haunted activities and has hosted ghost hunters from all directions.

Interested in paranormal tours of the Haunted Bissman Building? Contact Joe James at 419-295-5002 or paranormalace@ymail.com.

Historic Carrousel District

Phone:
419-522-4200

Website:
www.carrouseldistrict.com

Location:
Just three blocks from US30, Exit SR 13 (Main St.) south.

Visit the shops in the carrousel District for unique gifts. Look for Jack and the Beanstalk at Main Street Books, or see fudge being made at the Squirrel's Den Chocolate Shop.

The Historic Carrousel District will feed you, entertain you and bring culture and joy to your life! Bring out your inner child with a whimsical carrousel ride at the Richland Carrousel Park. Browse for antiques at Carrousel Antiques, look for Jack and the Beanstalk at Main Street Books, or see fudge, popcorn and sugar-frosted nuts being made at the Squirrel's Den Chocolate Shop. What Goes Around Thrift Shop supports Hospice of North Central Ohio with upscale items. Visit the Little Buckeye Children's Museum with your family. Enjoy talent of local artists' work at Art Space 109 on Main or Elements of Art, grab a lottery ticket or cigar at Mansfield's oldest newsstand City News, how about a new pair of shoes at Crowe's Shoes which has been serving the area for 70 years, browse through Studio 19 for hair or nail products and delight in a pastry at Buckeye Bakery. All this with beautifully restored Victorian-age buildings with tin ceilings, solid oak floors, brass lighting, ornate iron fencing, secluded courtyards and the feel of yesteryear.
Restaurants include: Ed Pickens' Café on Main, Two Cousins, Coney Island Diner, Athens Greek Restaurant, and Relax, It's Just Coffee. Shawshank Trail : Brooks wondered through the downtown area of Mansfield when he was released from prison . . . enjoying life on the outside. As you enter the Historic Carrousel District, a little more than halfway up Main St. on the left side of the street, look for Carrousel Antiques . One of their windows was the window that Red looked through at the compass that would help him find the Oak Tree. You can also walk around the same area in The Historic Carrousel District.

Kingwood Center Gardens

Phone:
419-522-0211

Email:
info@kingwoodcenter.org

Website:
www.kingwoodcenter.org

Address:
50 N. Trimble Road
Mansfield, 44906

Location:
1 1/2 miles west of downtown Mansfield or Trimble Rd. Exit off US30.Enter at 50 N. Trimble Rd.

Kingwood is the 47-acre former estate of Charles K. King. The grounds are renowned for both their historic significance and the brilliant floral displays. The French Provincial mansion provides an elegant setting for the gardens and is available for viewing by appointment and on specified days and hours including the Christmas season (see www.kingwoodcenter.org for details). An elegant greenhouse features plants for sale including rare and distinctive selections not found in garden centers. The extensive gardens and grounds offer an oasis from the stress and commotion. Programming includes lectures, workshops, family and children's activities and special events. See our website for details.
Workshops also available for children.

2015 Group Tour Price: Guided Tours $5.00 per person, non-guided tours $2.00 per person ( These prices include admission ).

Credit Cards:
Mastercard/Visa/Discover

Closed
January, Feb, and March

April 1-Oct. 31
Grounds 9 am-7 pm daily
Greenhouse 9 am-6 pm daily
Kingwood Hall is open for Self-Guided tours Monday through Friday from 11am-2pm / Guided tours are offered every Saturday at 11 and 2 ( please call to confirm availability)
Scheduled guided group tours will still see the mansion as part of their tour.

November
Kingwood Center is closed to the public to prepare for “Christmas at Kingwood” . Please check back for 2014 “Christmas at Kingwood” hours.

December
Kingwood Center is open for “Christmas at Kingwood”. Please check back for 2015 “Christmas at Kingwood” hours.

Kingwood is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
April 1-Oct. 31 admission/parking is $5 per vehicle.

Little Buckeye Children's Museum

Phone:
419-522-2332

Email:
info@littlebuckeye.org

Website:
www.littlebuckeye.org

Address:
44 West Fourth Street
Mansfield, OH 44902

Hours:
Memorial Day to Labor Day Wed-Sat: 10am-6pm, Sun: 1-6pm, Labor Day to Memorial Day Wed-Fri: 10am-4pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 1-6pm. Special Holiday Hours.

The Little Buckeye Children's Museum is a unique, safe and welcoming environment where young children (0-12) and families can strengthen relationships and experience the benefits of play that are critical to human development.

The museum's colorful, interactive exhibits support exploration, imagination, creativity, and self-discovery through science, art, and literacy. Classes, adult and family workshops, and outreach programs offer even more opportunities for learning and growth.

Daily admission to the museum is $7 for ages 2 and up.

Memberships can be purchased for one year.

  • Reciprocal $130
  • Basic $100
  • Grandparent $75
  • See Little Buckeye website for more details on websites

Malabar Farm State Park

Phone:
419-892-2784
419-892-3988 (Fax)

Email:
malabar.farm.parks@dnr.state.oh.us

Website:
www.malabarfarm.org

Address:
4050 Bromfield Rd
Lucas, OH 44843

Location:
Exit #169 off of I-71, follow signs.

Experience America's most famous farm, the 900 acre country estate of Pulitzer Prize winning author, farmer and conservationist Louis Bromfield. Our new Visitor Center if full of interactive displays, and home of Malabar Gift/Book Shop featuring unique Ohio-made items, Bromfield's books, farm fresh products, and our own homemade fudge. Walk through the petting barn, ride a farm wagon and tour the home where Hollywood stars Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall were married. Stop at the Roadside Farm Market for some fine produce or dine at the Malabar Farm Restaurant featuring delicious meals prepared with a Parisian influence in an upscale yet comfortable setting.

Malabar Farm offers family friendly events and workshops throughout the year, including the Malabar Farm Maple Festival held each March.

Admission: House Admission: $4.00 adults, $2.00 children (6-18), $3.60 Seniors (55+), under 6 free. Credit Cards: MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover. Hours: House Tours: Jan-Apr; Call for hours. May 1-Memorial Day; Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm. Closed Holidays. Memorial day (including Memorial Day) through Labor DAy (Including Labor Day) Open Everyday; 10am-5pm. House tours on all open days are at 12pm, 2pm, &4pm. Wagon Tours May-Labor Day; Thursday- Monday at 1PM & 3PM, weather permitting. Open through October, Tuesdays through Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm, closed Mondays. October house tours at 12pm, 2pm, & 4pm. Saturdays, continuous hayrides; noon-8pm. October Sundays-Wagon tours at 1PM &3PM, weather permitting. Open on weekends only in November and December. 11AM-5PM Saturdays, 12PM-5PM Sundays. No Wagon Tours November-April

Credit Cards: MC/Visa, AMEX, Discover.

While visiting Malabar Farm State Park, enjoy the free hiking trails, bird aviary, and special event throughout the year.

In the winter, cross country ski on the three levels of trails: Beginner loop (1 mile), Moderate Look Trail (2 miles) or the Advanced Trail (4.5 miles).

Mansfield Fire Museum & Educational Center

Phone:
419-529-2573

Website:
www.mansfieldfiremuseum.com

Address:
1265 W. Fourth St.
Mansfield, 44906

Location:
2 miles west of downtown Mansfield on W. Fourth St.

Hours:
Call for Hours

A museum of fire fighting history from the bucket brigade through internal combustion powered fire engines. Includes reproductions of a turn-of-the-century fire station and a part of Main Street in downtown Mansfield featuring the famous Coney Island. Picture shows a 1900 American Metropolitan Steam Fire Engine (4th size).

Hours: Mid May though Mid October Sat & Sun 1-4pm. Other tour times by appointment.

The museum offers free admission and assorted souvenirs for adults and children.

Mansfield Memorial Museum

Phone:
419-524-9924

Email:
sschaut@richnet.net

Website:
www.themansfieldmuseum.org

Address:
34 Park Ave. West
Mansfield, OH 44902

Location:
Next to the Bank One Building on Park Avenue West.

Hours:
Sat 10am-4pm Sun 12am-4pm; closed Nov-April. Open the rest of the year.

The museum is the oldest museum in Richland County founded in 1889. The museum is a step back in time to the late 1800's. Artifacts on two floors of displays span from Roman to modern times. The museum houses many collections from early Native American, African, Asian, military, natural history, and local industry. A display of nearly 600 planes showing the history of aviation is on display 400 armored vehicles.

The Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Building that houses the museum is an architectural wonder unchanged since the building opened in 1889. We are the permanent home of ELEKTRO, the Westinghouse robot built for the 1939 New York World's Fair, oldest Surviving American Robot in the World. Call the museum for any hour changes. We can be open for schools, educational institutions during the week by appointment. Week day appointments are also available for groups of 20 or more. Please call for details.

Oak Hill Cottage

Phone:
419-524-1765

Email:
awigton@earthlink.net

Website:
www.oakhillcottage.org

Address:
310 Springmill St.
Mansfield, OH 44903

Location:
Springmill St. & Oakhill Place in north Mansfield.

Hours:
Sundays, April thru Dec: 2pm-5pm (group tours can be arranged for any day of the week). General Admission: House tour, $5.00 adult, children 12 and under $1.00

Built in 1847, it has seven gables, five double chimneys and seven marble fireplaces. Louis Bromfield, native of Mansfield and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, played at Oak Hill as a child. His memories of the home were the basis for "Shane's Castle" in his 1924 novel "The Green Bay Tree". Operated by the Richland County Historical Society. Considered to be the most perfect Gothic House in the U.S.! We welcome small clubs or family groups! Designated a literary landmark by the National Friends of the Library Association.

Ohio Bird Sanctuary

Phone:
419-884-4295(HAWK)

Email:
gaillaux@gmail.com

Website:
www.ohiobirdsanctuary.com

Address:
3774 Orweiler Rd.
Mansfield, OH 44903

Location:
West of Lexington off SR97. Turn north on Bowers Rd. then east onto Orweiler. Sanctuary on left.

Hours:
Tours & Visitor Center openTues-Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 1pm-5pm. Closed holidays.

The Ohio Bird Sanctuary is located on the headwater of the Clearfork River in Mansfield, Ohio. The marsh and old growth forest offers great birding and hiking opportunities. Enjoy seeing birds up close at the birds of prey display or by walking through the songbird aviary. The Ohio Bird Sanctuary is also a wildlife rehabilitation for native bird species. Tour Groups can schedule and tours must be scheduled in advance plus fee apply, a live bird presentation. Picnic tables, gift shop areas displays.

The Ohio Bird Sanctuary hosts many programs for children throughout the year, including being an activity location for the Mohican Wildlife Weekend.

Admission: Free (Admission fees only for special events and scheduled tours)

Handicapped accessible.

Ohio Genealogical Society

Phone:
419-886-1903
419-886-0092 (Fax)

Email:
ogs@ogs.org

Website:
www.ogs.org

Address:
611 State Route 97 W
Bellville, OH 44813

Location:
From I-71, take the SR 97 exit and go south approx one mile.

Hours:
Tues-Sat 9am-5pm

60,000-volume genealogical library, primarily for Ohio family research, including census records, cemetery listings, Bible records, vertical files, manuscripts, newspapers, and lineage papers for First Families of Ohio, Society of Civil War Families of Ohio, and Settlers & Builders of Ohio. Write for brochure and publications list. We have material on Ohio's 88 counties and all other states. Meeting facilities available.

Admission: $5.00 library user's fee for non-members. Membership is $35.00 (includes Online Databases)

Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Am Ex

The Ohio Genealogical Society offers free samples of publication for interested visitors. They also offer free advice on researching family history.

Ohio State Reformatory

Phone:
419-522-2644

Website:
www.ohiostatereformatory.org

Address:
100 Reformatory Rd.
Mansfield, OH 44905

Location:
I-71 to US Route 30 West Exit at State Route 545 North from ramp.

Hours:
Please call or visit website for information.

Renaissance Performing Arts Theatre

Phone:
419-522-2726
419-524-7005 (Fax)

Email:
chelsie@mansfieldtickets.com

Website:
www.mansfieldtickets.com

Address:
138 Park Ave. West
Mansfield, OH 44902

Location:
138 Park Ave. West

Hours:
Box office hours: Tues-Fri, Noon-5pm

The Renaissance Theatre opened as a movie palace in 1928 and is now an exciting performing arts center dedicated to providing world class entertainment and arts education programs to the people of Richland County and beyond. Presenting over 200 events per year, the theatre is home to the Mansfield Symphony and the Miss Ohio Scholarship Program. Having recently completed a 5 million dollar expansion and renovation project, the theatre now offers the best in patron amenities with new restroom facilities, a modern two story atrium lobby, and an elevator, which offers complete handicapped accessibility. The theatre presents the Mansfield Symphony, the latest national Broadway Shows, local Broadway productions, a full slate of concerts in every genre, comedy shows, and original works. Guests are invited for backstage tours. The theatre is available for rentals, weddings and receptions. Visit www.mansfieldtickets.com for a complete list of events

Richland Carrousel Park

Phone:
419-522-4223
419-522-4227 (Fax)

Email:
info@richlandcarrousel.com

Website:
www.richlandcarrousel.com

Address:
75 N. Main St.
Mansfield, OH 44902

Location:
US30 to SR13 South (Main St.), Corner of 4th & Main St., downtown.

Hours:
Mon-Sun 11am-5pm. Extended summer hours.

Richland Carrousel Park opened in 1991 as the first new, hand-carved carrousel to be built and operated in the United States since the 1930's. The Carrousel figures were carved in the style of G.A. Dentzel, one of the most revered carvers of the early 1900's. Fifty-two beautiful animals and two chariots. There are 30 horses and 22 menagerie figures including a mythical hippocampus A Stinson Band Organ provides rousing music for carousel riders. The scenery panels atop the carrousel depict past and present attractions in Mansfield . Indoor facility. Open year-round. Gift shop and concessions. Accessible to the handicapped.

Richland County Fairgrounds

Phone:
419-747-3717

Website:
www.richlandcountyfair.com

Address:
750 N. Home Rd.
Mansfield, OH 44906

Hours:
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:00pm

Four large, heated buildings: Fairhaven 100'x200' with office and food service by staff, two buildings, 60' x 200', both with showers, one building, 60'x 80', stage and sound available; all within easy walking distance. Richland County Fair, Flea Markets, Gun Shows and Christmas Wunderland.

Drive through the Christmas Wunderland lighting display in November and December.

Shawshank Trail Drive-it-Yourself Tour

Phone:
1-800-642-8282

Website:
www.shawshanktrail.com

Location:
Mansfield, Ashland, Upper Sandusky, Ohio

ABOUT THE SHAWSHANK TRAIL

  • See 14 sites where this classic movie was filmed at your own pace.
  • Start where you want, end where you want. It's up to you.
  • This is a drive-it-yourself tour, not a walking tour. Some locations are 45 minutes from one another.
  • 95% of the movie was filmed on locations in and around Mansfield, Ohio.
  • Put yourself in the same locations as Andy, Red and Warden Norton.
  • Hear behind the scenes stories at the Ohio State Reformatory and Malabar Farm State Park.
  • Navigate and explore your way around Mansfield and the surrounding area visiting the same sites as Hollywood once did.
  • Please note that some of the sites are not available for tours as they are closed to the public, but vistors are encouraged to take photos of the outside of the buildings.

GET YOUR FREE SHAWSHANK TRAIL BROCHURE

MOVIE OVERVIEW

Tim Robbins stars as Andy Dufresne, a soft spoken respected banker from Maine, who is wrongly convicted of murdering both his wife and her lover. He is sentenced to two life sentences and is sent to the notoriously harsh Shawshank Prison, Maine's toughest maximum security penitentiary. He befriends fellow prisoner Ellis "Red" Redding (Morgan Freeman). Red, "the man who knows how to get things", obtains a rock hammer for Dufresne, an object he wishes to own in order to pursue a hobby in rock collecting.

Years later, Andy comes up missing from his cell one morning. It becomes clear that he escaped the prison by tunneling through the walls with the rock hammer given to him shortly after his arrival.

When Red is finally released from prison, he follows the instructions given to him by Andy to find a further note hidden beneath a tree, which eventually leads him to meet Andy on the coast of Mexico.

The majority of the movie was filmed in Mansfield, Ohio with scenes from the U.S. Virgin Islands, Ashland, Ohio, Butler, Ohio, Upper Sandusky, Ohio and Portland, Maine.

Awards and Nominations:
The original story Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption was written by Stephen King.

Roger Ebert, a respected film critic, listed The Shawshank Redemption on his "Great Movies" list in 1999.

Although The Shawshank Redemption was only a modest box office hit, it has become one of the most successful video and DVD rentals of all time.

Academy Award Nomination for Best Actor in a leading role- Morgan Freeman.

Golden Globe Nomination for Best Performance by an actor in a motion picture (Drama)- Morgan Freeman.

Though nominated for seven Oscars, including Best Picture, this fan favorite did not find its audience until it was released on home video just shy of the Academy Awards ceremony.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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