Six Best Things to Do in Ohio

by Smith Maxwell Smith Maxwell

Ohio is a Midwestern state of the United States that extends from the Ohio Rive-rand the Appalachian Mountains to the Lake Erie. Ohio is not just known for dairy farming, but it also offers a complete nature experience. There are some fantastic prospects for the tourists looking for a quick retreat to a small town or those in quest of a cosmopolitan feel

From cultural attractions in the cities like Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, and Dayton, or shopping to the country’s fastest roller-coasters and a rock and roll museum, there is a lot to explore. So, if you want to experience the real America, here are a few things in Ohio that you should not miss.

1.    Shore and island getaways

Lake Erie Shore as it’s called, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ohio. Golden sand and resort towns fill up the entire 100 miles stretch from Toledo East to Cleveland. Since, you are travelling to Cleveland, you can take horse riding lessons at the Metro parks, or take valley riding on horses at the Rocky River stables. From therapeutic riding programs, or pony and horse camps, to boarding and educational tours, there’s a lot that you can do with horse riding.

2.    Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is more like an expedition for the music fanatics. It’s a museum that offers exceptional detailed view of the rock and roll history for each decade. The museum showcases all the great artists from different time periods. Tourists will find some of the unique musical instruments, costumes, and interactive models showcased in the seven floors.

3.    Fountain Square

Located in the city of Cincinnati, Fountain Square is a hangout spot especially, in the summers. It is chiefly used by the office goers and the city residents. The main attraction here is the Ornate fountain which was made by Tylor Davidson in 1871. It plays hosts to music on a regular basis along with other love entertainment.

4.    Cedar Point Amusement Park

Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky is the largest in the world. It offers a wonderful blend of modern adventure rides and the old-time classic carnivals for instance, the Ferris wheel, etc. You can also get amazing lake views fromsome of the 17 roller coasters. The roller coasters are also quite close to the Challenge Park.

5.    National Museum of the US Air Force

National Museum of the US Air Force is a free visit in Ohio not to be missed. Located on the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, it has 360 aerospace items on display.You will go through a time capsule of aviation history with indoor and outdoor display. One of the most prominent part of the museum is the Presidential Gallery. Here you can view the different protected air-crafts that were once used by Presidents Roosevelt, Truman, and Eisenhower.

6.    Cleveland Museum of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art was established in 1916 and is known across the world for its extraordinary collection. The actual building was extended several times in the last few years to fit the increasing collection. Currently, the museum features a wide variety of art structures that includes Asian, European and American items from different historical time-periods.


These are 6 of the best things to do in Ohio, the next time you visit the country. While you shop and indulge in leisure, make sure that you do no miss these must-visit places in Ohio.

Smith Maxwell is an experienced  freelance writer for HorseWeb Horses for Sale, classifieds of  horses for sale in Ohio.


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