Cleveland will appeal to you whether you enjoy the outdoors, art, sports, food, or any combination of these things.
National Museum of the US Air Force
Free activities include visiting the National Museum of the US Air Force. You will pass through a time capsule of aviation history as you explore the more than 360 artefacts on exhibit.
You'll have to agree after seeing Cincinnati, which renowned novelist Charles Dickens reportedly referred to as "one of the most interesting cities in America."
Cedar Point is a theme park with more than 17 best roller coasters, various kid-friendly zones, and live entertainment. It is situated close to Sandusky on the beaches of Lake Erie.
There is never a lack of things to do in Ohio's capital city. The Scioto Mile's miles of walking, running, and biking paths are perfect for those who enjoy being active.
Hocking Hills State Park
Outdoor enthusiasts love the rough, natural setting of the Park near Logan. There are hiking routes, caverns, campgrounds, and villas in the vicinity.
Visitors may learn a lot about the Amish and Mennonite people's history and regional customs here.
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
The zoo is home to more than 10,000 species and eight geographical areas, including North America, Asia Quest, Heart of Africa, and Congo Expedition.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton should be seen by any football enthusiast. It is an impressive museum devoted to legendary professional football players.