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OHIO

PUT-IN-BAY

  • Put-in-Bay Antique Car Museum. 979 Catawba Ave., Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456. Phone: 419-285-2405. The Antique Car Museum at Put in Bay, part of Perry's Cave Family Fun Center, houses vintage snowmobiles and Model T Fords that any car fan visiting the island would be impressed with. Join the Put-in-Bay crowd every Sunday at 2:00 p.m. to enjoy the South Bass Island's antique car parade by heading to downtown Put-in-Bay. http://www.perryscave.com/public/attractions/car_museum/

 

  • Put-in-Bay Aquatic Center. 1 Peach Point Rd., Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456. Phone: 419-285-3701. The Aquatic Visitors Center on Put-in-bay, Ohio, offers free fishing equipment and a public dock to fish off of with no license needed. It's a great place to take the kids to learn about South Bass Island marine life, with live fish displays, hands-on exhibits, videos, a playroom, activities and the former state hatchery. Admission to the center is free from late May through September. http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/tabid/6112/default.aspx

 

 

  • Put-in-Bay Chocolate Museum. 820 Catawba Ave., Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456. Phone:  419-734-7114. Indulge your sweet tooth at Put in bay's very own Chocolate Museum. Right here on the Ohio Islands, visitors can learn about chocolate's rich history, then appreciate it firsthand by tasting one of 100 different types of sinfully delicious chocolates on sale. http://www.chocolateohio.com

 

  • Put-in-Bay Historical Museum. 25 Town Hall Place, Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456. Phone: 419-285-2804. The Lake Erie Islands Historical Society Museum offers a comprehensive history of not only Put in Bay and South Bass Island, but all the other Ohio islands too. The museum's three buildings showcase information on winemaking at the bay, the Hotel Victory's rise and fall, Put-in-Bay genealogy and the ships that have sailed Lake Erie. Admission to this Put-in-Bay attraction is $2 for individuals or $5 for an entire family. http://www.leihs.org

 

  • Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial. Bayview Ave., Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456. Phone: 419-285-2184. The Perry Peace Memorial and Visitors Center on Put in bay was built in honor of Oliver Hazard Perry, who defeated the British in a huge naval battle on Lake Erie that played a key role in the American victory in the War of 1812. Today visitors to Put-in-Bay can travel 317 feet up to the top of the monument to take in a spectacular view of the Lake Erie Islands and the shores of Ohio, Michigan and Ontario. http://www.nps.gov/pevi/

 

  • South Bass Island State Park.1523 Catawba Ave., Put-in-bay, Ohio 43456. Phone: 419-285-2112 The state park on South Bass Island may be Put in Bay's best kept secret, offering one of the best views of Lake Erie that PIB Island has to offer. On top of that, visitors can enjoy Jet Ski rentals, a stone beach, a playground, glacial grooves, a refreshment stand, volleyball, the ruins of the Hotel Victory, fishing pier and umbrella picnic tables. http://www.ohiodnr.com/parks/lakeerie/tabid/753/Default.aspx

 

  • Stonehenge Historic Tour. 808 Langram Rd., Put-in-Bay, Ohio 43456. Phone: 419-285-2585. A visit to South Bass Island, Put in Bay isn't complete without a visit to Stonehenge. Nestled on seven acres of woods and beautifully landscaped grounds, Stonehenge brings to life a segment of island history from the 1800's through present day living. http://www.stonehenge-put-in-bay.com

 

 

 

SANDUSKY

  • Maritime Museum of Sandusky. 125 Meigs Street Sandusky, OH 44870-2834. Phone: 419.624.0274. Through our interactive exhibits and educational programs, you can learn about boatbuilding, ice harvesting, commercial fishing, shipwrecks, wetlands, Sandusky's role in the Underground Railroad, recreational boating, commercial shipping, passenger boats and much more. http://www.sanduskymaritime.org/

 

  • Merry Go Round Museum. 301 Jackson St, Sandusky, OH 44870. Phone:(419) 626-6111. Your family will want to visit the Merry-Go-Round Museum, fun, informative, and you get to ride the old carousel! http://www.merrygoroundmuseum.org           

 

  • The State Sandusky State Theatre. 107 Columbus Ave, Sandusky, OH 44870. Phone: (419) 626-1950. The Sandusky State Theatre has been an area landmark and continues to serve as a top entertainment destination for the entire Erie County region. The Sandusky State Theatre has been in operation for 82 years and has served the community in many entertainment capacities functioning as a top Vaudeville theatre, movie palace, and world-class performing arts center. http://www.sanduskystate.com/

 

  • Underground. 224 E. Water St. Sandusky, Ohio 44870. Welcome to the Underground. Come check out Sandusky, Ohio’s Largest Nightclub and Live Music Venue.  http://www.undergroundsandusky.com/

 

  • Kalahari Resort. 7000 Kalahari Drive Sandusky, Ohio 44870. Phone: 877.525.2427.  When you visit Kalahari Resorts, you’ll know right away you’re somewhere special. Featuring an exciting mix of rides, slides and adventures, it’s an incredible time for the whole family. http://www.kalahariresorts.com/ohio

 

  • Cedar Point. One Cedar Point Drive Sandusky, Ohio, 44870. Phone: (419) 627-2350. Where can you find the BEST collection of roller coasters on the planet, four unique kids' areas, fantastic food options, entertaining live shows, beach-front resorts and MORE? At Cedar Point of course! We have something to offer for everyone from grand kids to grandparents.  http://www.cedarpoint.com/

 

  • Great Wolf Water Park. 4600 Milan Road (US 250) Sandusky, OH 44870. Phone: 800.641.9653. Explore the rides and attractions or virtual tours of our indoor water park. From spray features in the toddler area that make the little ones giggle, to white-knuckle extreme tube rides, the water park is designed with everyone in mind. http://www.greatwolf.com/

 

  • African Safari Wildlife Park. 267 South Lightner Road Port Clinton, Ohio  43452 800-521-2660 Located just minutes away from Sandusky, Ohio, African Safari Wildlife Park is a safe refuge for animals from around the globe, in Port Clinton, Ohio. Cooperating with other zoos and wildlife parks, African Safari Wildlife Park is working to help save the world's wildlife while providing family fun and the staff manages many captive breeding populations. http://www.africansafariwildlifepark.com/

 

  • Ghostly Manor Thrill Center. 3319 Milan Rd Sandusky, OH 44870. Phone: 419-626-4467. The Ghostly Manor Thrill Center in Sandusky is one of the most unique family fun centers in Northern Ohio. With everything from arcade games to Blacklight Interactive Mini Golf, Ghostly Manor offers a myriad of activities to keep your young ones entertained. http://www.ghostlymanor.com/

 

  • Sandusky Mall. 4314 Milan Road Sandusky, OH 44870. Phone: 419-626-8574. The Sandusky Mall is well equipped to serve you with great shopping, entertainment and delicious food. Plus, it’s conveniently located near some of the biggest attractions in Sandusky, Ohio. So if you're looking to hide from Mother Nature or if you need to do some shopping, visit the Sandusky Mall.  http://www.sandusky-mall.com/home/index.ch2

 

 

COLUMBUS

  • Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. 1777 E Broad St, Columbus, OH 43203. Phone: 614-715-8000. Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is a horticultural landmark located two miles east of downtown Columbus. http://www.fpconservatory.org/Home

 

 

  • Easton Town Center. 160 Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH 43219. In stark contrast to the old-country aura of German Village, Easton is the most modern neighborhood in the city, its architecturally contemporary town center drawing shoppers and tourists to an array of nationally and regionally known stores, plentiful restaurants and varied entertainment.

 

 

  • Ohio Stadium. 410 Woody Hayes Dr., Columbus, OH. Phone: 614-292-7572.

 

  • Shadowbox Live. 503 South Front St., Columbus, OH 43215. Phone: (614) 265-7625. Shadowbox Live is a non-profit 501C3 performance troupe that self-produces a wide range of shows, as well as runs the company on a day-to-day basis.  The top managers of the company make up the Board of Trustees and operate as the primary creators, producers, and performers for the shows. http://www.shadowboxlive.org

 

 

  • Center of Science and Industry (COSI). 333 W Broad St, Columbus, OH 43215. Phone: 614-228-2674. Known as "COSI," this enormously popular attraction offers all sorts of hands-on exhibits, from conducting your own water experiments to creating a newscast to watching yourself age. Three movie theaters provide enough entertainment variety for the whole family. http://www.cosi.org/

 

  • Ohio State University. N High St, between 11th and Lane Aves., Columbus, OH 43210. Phone: 614-292-3980. The Ohio State University’s main Columbus campus is one of America’s largest and most comprehensive. More than 55,000 students select from 14 colleges, 175 undergraduate majors, and 240 master’s, doctoral, and professional degree programs. As Ohio’s best and one of the nation’s top-20 public universities, Ohio State is further recognized by a top-rated academic medical center and a premier cancer hospital and research center. http://www.osu.edu

 

  • Ohio Historical Center. 800 E. 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43211, Phone: 614-297-2300. The history of Ohio from the Ice Age to the present is chronicled inside this architecturally interesting concrete and glass structure, housing a vast collection of artifacts, exhibits on everything from ancient Indian cultures to industrial progress and archives documenting early settlers' daily lives. http://ohsweb.ohiohistory.org/places/c09/index.shtml

 

 

  • Palace Theater. 34 W. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215. Phone: 614-469-1331. An historic theater found in the center of the city.

 

  • The Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center. 555 Borror Drive, Columbus, OH 43210. Phone: 800 273 6201. The 770,000 square foot multipurpose venue seats 17,500 for ice hockey, 19,500 for basketball and 20,000 for concerts.  The Jerome Schottenstein Center, a nationally renowned sports and entertainment center, continues its tradition of making memories. http://www.schottensteincenter.com

 

  • Columbus Museum of Art. 480 E Broad St, Columbus, OH 43215. Phone: 614-221-6801. Columbus Museum of Art’s mission is to create great experiences with great art for everyone. Whether we are presenting an exhibition, designing an art-making activity, serving a lunch, or giving directions to a visitor, we are guided by a belief in advocacy, quality, community, integrity, and creativity. http://www.columbusmuseum.org

 

 

 

CINCINNATI

  • Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens. 3400 Vine Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45220. Phone: (513) 281-4700. Explore perennially popular exhibits such as Giraffe Ridge, Elephant Reserve, Gorilla World and newer exhibits such as Africa, Cat Canyon, Night Hunters and the Spaulding Children's Zoo.     http://www.cincinnatizoo.org/

 

  • Cincinnati Museum Center. 1301 Western Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45203. Phone: 513-287-7000. Cincinnati Museum Center will be known for its commitment to understanding the richness of our past, present and future by providing world-class learning experiences for children and adults. http://www.cincymuseum.org/

 

  • Cincinnati Art Museum 953 Park Drive Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: (513)639-2984. The Cincinnati Art Museum features an unparalleled art collection of more than 60,000 works spanning 6,000 years. In addition to displaying its own broad collection, the Art Museum also hosts several national and international traveling exhibitions each year. http://www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org/

 

  • Contemporary Arts Center. 44E. Sixth St. Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: (513)345-8400. The Contemporary Arts Center provides the opportunity for all people to discover the dynamic relationship between art and life by exhibiting, but not collecting, the work of progressive artists. It will continually increase its regional, national and international influence by providing changing visual and interactive experiences that challenge, entertain and educate. http://contemporaryartscenter.org/

 

  • National Underground Freedom Center. 50 E. Freedom Way Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: (513)333-7500. Our purpose is to tell the story of the struggle for freedom in the United States through exhibits and programs that focus on America's battle to rid itself of the ugly scourge of slavery and treat all its citizens with respect and dignity.   http://www.freedomcenter.org/

 

  • Fountain Square. Fifth and vine streets Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: (513)621-4400.  The Fountain Square District is a restaurant and entertainment hub. Aside from the never ending activities and events on the Square itself, you’ll find signature restaurants and bars such as Via Vite, Chipotle, Rock Bottom Brewery, and Palomino surrounding all four sides of the Square. http://myfountainsquare.com/

 

  • Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. 719 Race st., Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: (513)381-2273. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is a professional theater company in the heart of downtown Cincinnati's Backstage district. The Company produces classics, the great works, and the works you rarely get a chance to see. http://www.cincyshakes.com/

 

  • Cincinnati Music Hall. 1241 Elm St. Cincinnati, OH 45210. Phone: (513)744-3344. Built in 1878 with private money raised from what is believed to be the nation's first matching grant fund drive, this Cincinnati showpiece has been renovated and updated and includes what is judged to be among the best and most beautiful concert theaters in the world. http://www.cincinnatiarts.org/venues/musichall/

 

  • Cincinnati Mall. 600 Cincinnati Mills Dr. Cincinnati, Ohio 45240. Phone: 513-346-3300. Monday-Saturday: 10:00am-9:00pm, Sunday: 12:00pm-6:00pm. http://www.cincinnati-mall.com/

 

 

  • Krohn Conservatory. 1501 Eden Park Drive Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: (513) 352-4080.  Krohn changes throughout the year with special exhibits and programs, including the ever-popular "Butterfly Show," where thousands of butterflies are free to fly throughout the show room in a specially-themed garden. You can always visit the famous rainforest waterfall and exotic plants on permanent display in the Palm, Tropical, Desert and Orchid houses as well. http://www.cincinnatiparks.com/krohn  

 

  • Ault Park. 3600 observatory ave. Cincinnati, Oh 45208. Phone: (513) 956-9876. The Ault Park Advisory Council is an independent non-profit organization run by a group of neighborhood volunteers to help preserve and improve Ault Park, encouraging the public to use the park as much as possible. The Ault Park Advisory Council began in the 1980′s when Ault Park was in serious disrepair. Over the years, dedicated volunteers, with the help of memberships and private donations, have transformed the park into the beautiful park it is today. http://www.aultparkac.org/

 

  • Coney Island Amusement Park. 6201 Kellogg Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45230. Phone: 513-232-8230. Coney Island is a small amusement park and waterpark located in the California neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio and Anderson Township, on the banks of the Ohio River 10 miles (16 km) east of Downtown Cincinnati. http://www.coneyislandpark.com/

 

  • Kings Island. 6300 Kings Island Drive Mason, OH 45040. Phone: 513.754.5700. Join us for a fun filled adventure at the largest amusement and waterpark in the Midwest! With so many exciting things to try, you're sure to have a great time! http://www.visitkingsisland.com/

 

  • Cincinnati Reds. Great American Ball Park 100 Nuxhall Way Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: 513-381-733. The Cincinnati Reds are a Major League Baseball team based in Cincinnati, Ohio. They are members of the National League Central Division. http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=cin

 

  • Cincinnati Bengals. 6 Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: (513) 455-4999. The Cincinnati Bengals are a professional American football franchise based in Cincinnati, Ohio. http://www.bengals.com/

 

  • Cincinnati Cyclones. 100 Broadway Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: 513-421-4111. The Cincinnati Cyclones are a professional hockey team based in Cincinnati, Ohio. The team is a member of the ECHL. Founded in 1990, the team first played their games in the Cincinnati Gardens and now play at U.S. Bank Arena. http://www.cycloneshockey.com/

 

  • Cincinnati Nature Center at Rowe Woods. 4949 Tealtown Road Milford, OH 45150. Phone: 513-831-1711. Cincinnati Nature Center’s two sites, Rowe Woods and Long Branch Farm & Trails, comprise more than 1,600 acres of irreplaceable natural and agricultural land. CNC has grown to be one to the top 10 nature centers in the country, while remaining true to its original mission of connecting people, especially children, to the natural world. http://www.cincynature.org/

 

  • St. Peters in Chain Cathedral. 325 W. Eighth St. Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone: (513) 421-5354. Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati. It is a Greek revival structure located at 8th and Plum Streets in downtown Cincinnati. http://www.stpeterinchainscathedral.org/

 

  • Old St. Mary’s Church. 123 E. 13th St. Cincinnati, OH 45210. Phone: (513) 721-2988. Old St. Mary's Church is the oldest church still standing in the City of Cincinnati--a unique part of its historical and architectural heritage. It is also part of the spiritual inheritance entrusted to us: an enduring statement of faith, hope, and thanksgiving bequeathed by past generations as a challenge to those for whom they kept the faith. http://www.oldstmarys.org/

 

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