Now organized by region:
Northwest  Northeast  Central  Southeast  Southwest


Airstream Factory Tour
Stop by and see the famous trailers being made

Al’s Woody’s Diner
A great place to stop after Armstrong Air & Space

Armstrong Air & Space Museum
The life and times of the first man on the moon

Big Boppers Restaurant
A quite little place in a quiet little town.

Blair Museum of Lithophanes
A museum dedicated to a forgotten form of art

Cedar Point
Cedar Point the self-proclaimed Roller Coaster Capital is one the nation’s best amusement parks

Fort Meigs
A major battle site of the war of 1812 restored to its former self

Ghostly Manor Thrill Center
a fun center outside of America’s Roller coaster capital

National Museum of the Great Lakes
The name says it all

Put – in – Bay
A great lake getaway with tons of activities

The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
The Home and Library of the 19th President of the United States of America

Sauder Village
Open Air museum telling the history of the Black swamp region of Ohio

Toledo Botanical Gardens 
A great park with trails, gardens, an artist village, and museum

Toledo Museum of Art 
Come to see all the amazing painting and glass work, while seeing a master creating glass artwork.

Toledo Zoo
Rated one of America’s #1 Zoos.

Tony Packo’s
World Famous Hungarian Hot dogs


Akron Art Museum 
A cool art museum in Akron

Alpine Hills Historical Museum and Sugarcreek Infromation Center
Telling the history of Sugarcreek and the people who live there

Belgrade Gardens
A great chicken place with Barberton style fried chicken

Bicycle Museum of America
A museum dedicated to the 2 wheel contraption

Blossom Center for the Performing Arts and Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
National Park and Amazing Music Venue in one location

Chalet in the Valley
A nice Austrian restaurant near Guggisberg Cheese

Cleveland History Center (formerly Western Reserve Historical Society Historical Center)
Telling the history of the Northeastern Ohio

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
A nice little zoo that isn’t little.

Cleveland Museum of Art
A very large art museum

Cleveland Playhouse Square
Cleveland’s  Premier Theater district,  an attraction with more than just shows.

Conventary Village
A cool place to chill out in Cleveland

David Warther Carvings
Amazing Carvings of famous ships.

Der Dutchman
Good Amish food in a simple restaurant.

The Dome and The Castle
A cool giant dome and a cool castle

Feline Historical Museum
The museum of Cat Fancy Magazine.

Guggisberg Cheese
The place where baby swiss was created

The Langsdon Mineral Collection at Mercer County Library (Celina Branch)
A library that ROCKS

Massillon Museum
A free Museum with a nice miniature circus and rotating exhibits

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum
THE rock and Roll Hall of Fame…THE ROCK and ROLL HALL of FAME!

Stan Hywett Hall & Gardens
The house of the founder Cleveland History of Goodyear.

Westside Market
Cleveland, and maybe Ohio’s greatest farmers market

William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum
Dedicated to the life, times, and area that made president McKinley. Also the site of his final resting spot.


Book Loft
Easy to find what you’re looking for, hard to know what you want… a maze of books

Billy Ireland Cartoon Museum and Library
Dedicated to the history of the printed cartoon.

Columbus Art Museum 
An art museum that shows you artwork, but also lets you create your own work or comment on the artwork.

Columbus Zoo
One of the best zoos in America

COSI: Center Of Science and Industry
A cool little museum about science.

Dirty Frank’s Hot Dog Palace
Hot dog restaurant

Easton Town Center
A day of shopping in a beautifully created outdoor city setting

Franklin Park Conservatory
A great greenhouse

German Village Coffee Shop
A local eatery in Columbus

Grass Skirt Tiki Room
An island themed restaurant

Ohio Caverns
A COOL place to visit under the state.

Ohio History Center
A quick overview of  Ohio History… with some artifacts thrown in.

The Ohio State Fair
Cows, pigs, horse, and rides. all deep-fried…. well maybe not the horse.

Ohio Statehouse
Ohio’s Capitol Building

Ohio Theater
An old theater in the heart of Columbus showing new productions

The Old Mowhak Restaurant
Great little restaurant in the heart of Columbus’ German Village

Scioto Audubon Metro Park
A great park along the river

Scioto Mile
A hiking trail that connects the parks along the river in Columbus

Schmidt’s Sausage Haus
Good sausage in an authentic atmosphere that is as true to it’s history as it is to its food.

The Thurman Cafe
Large burgers with large taste define The Thurman Cafe


Adena Mansion and Museum
In 1803 Ohio became the 17th state in the union. Find out here what happened.

Campus Martius Museum
Dedicated to the story of the Northwest Territories

Hocking Hills State Park
State park loaded with tons of outdoor activities and camping
Cantwell Cliffs

Our House Tavern
Historic museum based on a tavern rest stop for weary travelers

Ohio River Museum
A museum about riverboat travel on the Ohio

Paul A Johnson Pencil Sharpener Museum
A museum that makes a point

US Route 35
A scenic view of southern Ohio. A great view of the hills

Schlegel’s Coffee House
Coffee shop with the look of an ice cream parlor

A traditional drive-in with a local feel.

Tecumseh! Outdoor Drama
A loud Outdoor Drama telling the life and troubles of the great Tecumseh.

Zanesville Museum of Art
Small gem of an art museum


American Sign Museum
Great place to learn about the history of signs with a lot of lit signage

Art Museums in Ohio
A collection of reviews of Ohio’s art museums

Arthur’s Restaurant
One Cincinnati’s Great Hamburger joints

Bears Mill
Historic mill that is one of Ohio’s last water powered ones still in use.

Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center
Home to the Dayton Philharmonic, Dayton Opera, and many of the Victoria Theaters large performances.

Bill’s Donuts
A great Donut shop south of Dayton

Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
a cool children’s museum in Dayton

Carillion Historical Park
Dayton is a very historic place, well we invented modern transportation at least.

Ceasar Creek
A nice lake with good hiking trails.

Cincinnati Art Museum
A well built collection of local and national work

Cincinnati Museum Center
3 cool museums in one awesome building, with array of other things to top if off.

Cincinnati Observatory
A nice place to see the stars or visit during the day even.

Cincinnatti Zoo and Botanical Garderns
A cool zoo near the heart of town. Very historic location and feel.

Clifton Mills
A neat mill near Yellow Springs

Dayton Art Institute
The art museum of Dayton

Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park
The rest of the story of flight.

Dent Haunted Schoolhouse
Don’t let its size fool you…it is crazy.

Echo Restaurant
A good place to eat in the Queen City

EnterTrainment Junction
A really cool train display and museum

The Fair at New Boston
Step back in time……. at the Fair At New Boston! (from the nice website)

Fifth Third Field (Dayton, Ohio)
The stadium with the longest sell out streak in all of Professional Sports

Findlay Market
A famous market in Cincinnati

Five Rivers Metro Parks
Outdoor activities for everyone.

Fort Ancient
A museum and grounds dedicated to the original people of SW Ohio

Fountain Square, Cincinnati
The Heart of the City.

Fraze Pavilion
Dayton’s outdoor concert venue…cool place to see a show.

Garst Museum
The Darke county historical museum

Glendower Mansion
Historical mansion part of the Warren County Historical Society

Golden Lamb
Historic Inn and Restaurant

Great American Ballpark
Home of your Cincinnati Reds

Hamburger Wagon
A great place to get hamburgers

Husteon Woods
State park in SW with a grand lake and some great trails

Jungle Jim’s
Food from here, Food from there, Food from everywhere

Kings Island
The largest amusement park in southwest Ohio

Krohn Conservatory
A great greenhouse in Eden Park

La Comedia Dinner Theater
Dinner and a show all in one place.

Land of Grant
The boyhood stomping grounds of President U.S. Grant

Lewisburg Haunted Caves 
One of the longest haunted trails in Ohio, and the world.

Loft Theater 
Local theater at its best with a great space to see a show

Maid Rite
Great place to eat near Garst museum

an old fashion restaurant for the whole family

The Star City

Middletown Land of Illusion
4 scares for the price of 1

Mound Cold War Discovery Center
Learn about Dayton’s contribution to the Manhattan Project

The National Museum of the United States Air Force
A must stop if in Dayton. Free to the public and worth the time to drive there.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
The history of slavery in America and the struggle to escape

Neon Movies
Independent movie theater in the heart of Dayton

Ohio Renissance Festival
Step back in time for fun.

Ohio State Route 725
A long road through southwest Ohio

Funny name, good BBQ

Oregon District, Dayton
A street that can’t be beat

Paul Laurence Dunbar House
Where the famous poet died

The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Main Branch
A really nice library in the middle of the city

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum
An amazing place to see sculptures and get out in to nature

Rankin House
Historic Underground Railroad hideout

Riverbend Music Center
A cool outdoor venue on the Ohio river.

Rose Music Center
A large music venue

Smokin Bar-B-Que
Not much on size but a great place for quick bbq.

Taqueria Mixteca
Authentic Mexican in the Gem City.

Tom’s Maze and Pumpkin Farm
A cool way to get lost in the fall.. and as the site says more than a maze a game.

Traders World
A huge flea market with something for everyone to buy

Triangle Park
The site of the first NFL game

Victoria Theatre
Oldest Theater in Dayton still in use

Warren County Historical Society
A small county historical museum with lots of history

Washington Centerville Library
A good place to find a movie, book, CD or even video game. Always has great service and something to borrow

William Henry Harrison Tomb
The resting place of our 9th President

William Howard Taft National Historical Site
The former home of President Taft

Wright B Flyer
A replica of the Wright Brothers first commercial plane

Woodland Cemetery – Dayton 
The final resting place of Kettering, Wright, Wright, Bombeck, Patterson, Dunbar, and most of Dayton’s famous people.

Yellow Springs, Ohio
A small village in Ohio. a unique slice of life that has its own vibe.


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