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Westward Ho can refer to:
- Westward Ho (play), a 1604 play by John Webster and Thomas Dekker
- Westward Ho! (novel), an 1855 novel by Charles Kingsley
- Westward Ho! (1919 film), a 1919 silent film based on the novel of the same name
- Westward Ho (1920 film), a 1920 animated silent short film based on the comic strip The Gumps.
- Westward Ho (1935 film), a 1935 film starring John Wayne
- Westward Ho! (1940 film), a British public information film
- Westward Ho (1942 film), one in a series of western films known as The Three Mesquiteers
- Westward Ho! (1988 film), a 1988 animated film also based on the same novel, produced by Burbank Films Australia
- Westward Ho!, 1832 novel by James Kirke Paulding
- Westward Ho!, a town in the UK, named after the Kingsley book
- Westward Ho!, an alternative name for the course at Royal North Devon Golf Club
- Westward Ho!, the original name for the University Golf Club (near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
- Westward Ho (Phoenix), landmark hotel in Phoenix, Arizona
- Westward Ho Hotel and Casino a defunct Las Vegas hotel and casino
- Westward Ho, Alberta
- Westward Ho! (clipper), an 1852 California clipper
- Westward Ho was one of the GWR 3031 Class locomotives that were built for and run on the Great Western Railway between 1891 and 1915
- Bideford, Westward Ho! and Appledore Railway
- Westward Ho, the popular name for the mural Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way by Emanuel Leutze
- "Westward Ho", a song performed by Westside Connection on the album Bow Down
- "Westward Ho", a song by John Parr from the 1990 film Go Trabi Go
- Westward Ha!, a 1948 collection of miscellaneous pieces by S. J. Perelman.
- Worstward Ho, a Samuel Beckett text
- Westward Ho, the Wagons! 1956 film
- Westward Ho, a sculpture in Muskingum Park, Marietta, Ohio, by Gutzon Borglum, who created the Mount Rushmore monument
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