Ohio has been is not one of the places on earth swarmed by tourists because of the beautiful spots one can find in it mostly because it’s misunderstood but As Ohio goes is going to change that! If you are someone who does not have the knowledge on where to start, here are the top 3 places that you should not miss on your visit to Ohio. Visiting these places will surely leave you with a memorable experience.
For those who value the environment…
A good pick would be the Stan Hywet and garden. Obviously, the view of the garden is so refreshing knowing that Ohio has busy streets too. It is quite nice to see a view of nature in the midst of a highly developed place.
For those who value learning and the arts…
The Cleveland Museum of Art is a perfect destination. This museum has been built as early as 1916. This has been a home for European, Asian and American art pieces with the addition of more pieces as the years pass.
You can also find the Wright Brothers National Memorial in Ohio which may come to sate your thirst for learning. It is the same place where the Wright brothers have built the first ever airplane. And at this same spot, they have also learned how to fly one.
For those who value fun and leisure…
The Cedar Point is the place to stay. This is an amusement park and resort in one. Roller coaster rides, carousels and water rides are just some that you may want to try riding into with your family and friends. These rides are less intense compared to other amusement parks which mean that you can even tag your children along with the rides.
The park can house guests too. You can go camping in its wide space. But if you are less adventurous, you can go for a cabin accommodation. There are also luxury hotel suites in the resort if you would like a special treatment.
As what you can clearly see, there is a place for everyone in Ohio. All the types of fun, leisure and learning activities can just be achieved while roaming around the places it covers.
A look back at the 2012 election in Ohio with allegations of voting suppression by mandated hours that did not include weekends, which is when most people voted! – As Ohio Goes so goes the nation!
One of the most Ironic images of the great depression, this image taken in 1937 in Ohio shows people waiting in a line for bread behind a sign that reads” World’s Highest Standard Of Living” and ” There’s no way like the American Way” poster for a Chevrolet car AD. – As Ohio Goes in 1937
The Slip N Fly in Ohio is a great way to cool off before winter starts
During the Ohio State football game, someone ran out onto the field. One of the Ohio State coaches stopped him. The student Anthony Wundur will loose his scholarship for running on the field since he is being charged with criminal tresspassing
THE PENCIL SHARPENER MUSEUM
One of the wacky things to see in Ohio is the pencil sharpener museum in Nelsonville. This place is filled with over 30,000 pencil sharpeners that are collected by Paul Johnson. It includes glass, plastic, as well as metal antique and modern models. So if you have nothing to do in Ohio, might as well take your chance to visit this place.
ZANESVILLE “Y” BRIDGE
The Zanesville “Y” Bridge is where you can cross and you will still be on the same side of the river where you started. It’s called that way because it is shaped like the letter “Y”. It has been built several times so if you’re interested to see how it looks like, why don’t you pay it a visit if you have enough time?
LEGO TOY MUSEUM
This museum is one of the places that you should never miss when you’re in Ohio. This is housed in an old school and it has the world’s largest Lego collection. If you want to see the home of the world’s largest LEGO brick image, you should take a trip and go to Bellaire.
DEGENHART PAPERWEIGHT MUSEUM
Degenhart Paperweight Museum features 4,000 paperweights that are collected by the late Elizabeth Degenhart. This museum is filled with exhibits as well as video programs about paperweights. If you want to see this place, just go to Cambridge.
THE WORLD’S LARGEST HORSESHOE CRAB
If you want to see the world’s largest horseshoe crab, might as well take a trip and go to Blanchester and see the 55 feet long and 25 feet wide crab.
These are just 5 of the wacky things that you will see in Ohio. If you’re in Ohio and you want to make your stay a little less boring, then you should not miss your chance to see these things.
The 161st Ohio State Fair will be held in July 23, next year so if you want to witness a wide variety of entertainment options for kids and adults, then you shouldn’t miss your chance to go to the state fair. Below are 5 reasons why you should be present in next year’s state fair in Ohio.
- LIQUOR. You won’t be allowed to bring beer and wine around in many areas so might as well check go to the state fair and get your hands on expensive liquor.
- ART. The fine arts exhibition may be a little too easy to forget but the exhibition next year will be out-of-this-world! The art exhibition features a variety of working styles of artists throughout the state. If you think this year was boring, then next year won’t be.
- FIREWORKS. You may be able to watch the fireworks from afar but it will be better if you get a front row seat and watch them.
- ETHNIC FOOD. Ethnic foods are more than elephant ears, corn dogs, and pizza! There is a wide variety of foods that you can only find in the state fair in Ohio.
- MUSIC. If you love music and concerts, then you should really be in Ohio next year.
If you don’t want to miss these things, plan your trip to Ohio see As Ohio Goes next year especially if you’re from another state!