Ohio

From the storied history and Rock & Roll culture of Cleveland to the world-class zoos and attractions of Columbus, Ohio offers big city amenities coupled with small town charm. Visitors can cheer on sports teams like the Browns and Buckeyes, explore museum powerhouses, journey through Ohio’s Amish Country, or enjoy outdoor adventures across the state’s rolling hills, forests, lakes, and rivers. Don’t forget to sample local favorites like Cincinnati chili and Great Lakes brews!

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, Ohio (Photo Credit: Wikipedia - MusikAnimal)

Discover Decades of Music History at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

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With five stories of legendary music history in downtown Cleveland, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a must visit! Follow the careers of dozens of artists and explore years of memorabilia. The museum showcases an eclectic display of rare guitars, awards and other items.
Longaberger Basket Building, Ohio (Photo Credit: Wikipedia - Derek Jensen)

Ohio’s Basket Building is a Must-See Roadside Attraction

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Created as an iconic example of Longaberger Basket Company’s products, this unique building still stands as a symbol to the woven empire. Standing seven-stories tall, this iconic building has made a lot of national attention for its architectural significance. Tourists from miles around want to catch a glimpse of this strange building in central Ohio.
African Elephant at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Cleveland, Ohio (Photo Credit: Wikipedia - Pwojdacz)

See Elephants, Rhinos and More at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

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Travel the world by visiting hundreds of species from all different environments at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Experience the Rainforest, African Savanna and hop along with Kangaroos in the Australian Adventure. This zoo has some of the most unique and diverse collections in America.
McGuffey Boyhood Home Site, Ohio (Photo Credit: Wikipedia - Nyttend)

Visit the Author of the McGuffey Readers Boyhood Home

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Located down a quiet country road in Mahoning County, Ohio lies an important landmark to a famous author. William H. McGuffey was the author of the McGuffey Reader and his childhood was spent on a farm at this site.
A Christms Story House, Cleveland, Ohio (Photo Credit: Flickr - Ryan Schreiber)

Tour (Or Spend the Night) In the Actual House from A Christmas Story

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This house nestled in the urban area of Cleveland, Ohio was once used as the film site for the 1983 hit holiday film “A Christmas Story”. Some of the famous props used in the film are also on display in the museum. Better yet, if you want to spend the night in the house there is availability select nights of the year!
Carew Tower, Cincinnati, Ohio (Photo Credit: Violet Sky Adventures)

Climb to the Top of Carew Tower

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Towering 49-stories over downtown Cincinnati, Ohio stands Carew Tower. Atop of the 574 foot building is an observation deck where spectators can view miles of surrounding city, the Ohio River and even Kentucky to the south. This popular metro landmark is the second tallest building in the skyline and dates back to 1930.

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