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Attractions And Family Fun In Northeast Ohio

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Northeast Ohio is full of attractions, history, and family fun. History buffs can start with a visit to Stan Hywet Hall, the home of F.A. Seiberling, the founder of Goodyear Rubber Company. The mansion and elaborate gardens are open to the public. It hosts a variety of special events throughout the year.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is a visiting stop for tourist’s and football fans all over the world. It has everything you ever wanted to know about pro football, both past and present.

Amish country in Holmes county is the largest amish community in the world. Come and see the horse and buggy style of living, along with all of their traditions.

The Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame is a year-round tourist mecca. You’ll see all the history of Rock N’ Roll along with concerts, celebrity visitors and authentic memorabilia.

Don’t forget the Inventors Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio.

Akron also hosts “First Night”, a new years eve bash which is quickly becoming a new years eve event full of family-fun and entertainment. Akron is also the host of Lock 3 Live, a summer attraction with live bands. Don’t miss the history and fun of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, which has camping, hiking, and much more.

Everyone loves to shop but especially when visiting and vacationing in Ohio. You’ll be hard pressed to top the shopping in Hartville, Ohio. Hartville has every thing from cheese markets to flea markets to hand-crafted amish built products. The Hartville MarketPlace is a 100,000-square-foot two-story building which houses more than 110 individually-owned shops.

Attractions And Family Fun In Northeast Ohio

Ohio has the Akron and Cleveland Zoo’s The Cleveland Zoo has “discover animals and plants”, conservation and science, rare and endangered wildlife and many summer events.

Ohio’s Music Centers are the famous Blossom Music Center, an outdoor music hall featuring pavillion and lawn seating. Major attractions book their every summer. It is the home of the world famous Cleveland Orchestra. The Time Warner Cable Amphitheater is also in northeast Ohio.

The Ohio State Fair is July 30 – August 10 in 2008. It is in Columbus, Ohio.

The Hale Farm and Village is a Historic must see for Family-Fun. You will see Crafts and Trades, and the historic Village. It is located in Bath, Ohio. For more information, call 1-877-HALE FARM OR (330)666-3711..

Our outdoor summer travel stops are second to none. There are indoor and oudoor swimming stops, like Kim-Tam Park, Clearwater, Clays Park, where you can swim, camp, hike, and play put-put golf. They are all in Akron, Ohio. There are also live bands and many special attractions. Ohio has many amusement parks but let’s go right to Cedar Point, located in Sandusky, Ohio, is the number one rated amusement park in the world and hosts the largest roller-coasters in the world!! Cedar Point also has an Indoor Waterpark Resort called Castaway Bay.

If you’re into racing, Ohio host’s the Grand Prix of Cleveland. If you’re into air shows, we have the Clevland National.

The Portage Lakes, located in Akron, Ohio is an attraction in itself. It is many Lakes combining to make one beautifull lake. The homes on the lake are spectacular. You can fish, boat, sail, swim and pull your boat right up to the many restaurants and nightclubs on the lake.

The Golf Courses are in the top 5 annually. Also the home of the world famous Firestone Country Club.

Ohio has world class Wineries.

As far as our sports teams, we have the Browns, Indians and Cavs. And of course, Lebron James, who lives in Akron, Ohio in a 30,000 square foot home that is under construction.

For local daily news, go to the following newspaper websites. For Cleveland go to www.cleveland.com. For Akron go to www.ohio.com.

We will keep building on this website. There are many, many more pages to come. Please be patient, and you will have all of the information you need when visiting this very historical and beautiful state. We hope you enjoy it. Thank You for visiting.