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The Buckeye State is an intriguing mix of cosmopolitan cities and friendly rural villages, windswept beaches and dense hardwood forests, fascinating science and history museums and opportunities to help on working farms.
Here you can find great mountain biking trails, long distance hiking trails, great fishing and wildlife viewing, and four seasons of adventure. Cap it all off with award-winning beers, a tour through rolling wine country, or a meal to remember at a sophisticated bistro or a crossroads diner.
Ohio is defined by its progressive cities. The largest, Columbus, is the capital and home to The Ohio State University. Cleveland is where you can bliss out at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, browse the Cleveland Museum of Art, or be entranced with a performance of the Cleveland Orchestra.
Canton is home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Sandusky is home to Cedar Point, which is one of the Midwest’s largest amusement parks and best-known as the Roller Coaster Capital of the World. Hardworking Cincinnati is the headquarters of major corporations like Kroger, Macy’s, and Procter & Gamble and home to the incredible Cincinnati Museum Center.
Ohio is filled with small, pretty towns perfect for an afternoon of shopping or an evening stroll. Home to Antioch College, Yellow Springs has a colorful artsy downtown full of quirky stores. Put-in-Bay is a tiny island village where most people get around on golf carts and bicycles. Settled in 1816, Perrysburg has a rich history and is known as one of the state’s safest places to live.
Museum buffs will love Ohio – classics include the Toledo Museum of Art, the MAPS Air Museum, the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Museum. Work up an appetite? Melt Bar And Grill in Columbus makes the best sandwich in the state, while the Golden Lamb Inn in Lebanon serves classic dishes amidst antiques. The Buckeye Express Diner is in an actual rail car while Tony Packo’s in Toledo is the best spot in the state for a chili dog.
Time for a bit of adventure? Hike your way through Hocking Hills State Park or ride a road bike into Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Clip in and soar through the trees at the Zipline Safari in Cumberland or rent a canoe and spend a relaxing day on the Mohican River. You can rock climb on limestone cliffs at John Bryan State Park or keep an eye out for some of the more than 400 species of birds which have been spotted along the Lake Erie Birding Trail.
You’ll find it all in Ohio – welcome, and we’re glad you’re here!