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    01. Cedar Point Orange circle with an arrow

    Voted 'Best Amusement Park' in America, an Ohio trip is not complete without a stop at Cedar Point. Launch your trip with lightning-fast speeds on one of 18 world-class roller coasters, enjoy the mile-long Cedar Point Beach or make a splash at Cedar Point Shores Waterpark.

    Cedar Point in Sandusky
    People riding on a rollercoaster called the Millennium Force
    Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland
    A glass window case with the guitars and clothes worn by the Cars

    02. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Orange circle with an arrow

    Long live rock! Discover the history and impact of some the most well-known and influential artists, producers and engineers of the rock and roll scene through interactive exhibits, film and more at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, along the shores of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland.


    03. Pro Football Hall of Fame Orange circle with an arrow

    Visit this tribute to the values that the game teaches through the feats of football's greatest legends. Tour the awe-inspiring Hall of Fame Gallery which houses the Hall of Famers’ bronzed busts. Learn football history in the NFL’s First Century Gallery featuring interactive exhibits. Experience the “A Game for Life” holographic theater. Find one-of-a-kind artifacts from the most recent class of enshrinees. Chronicle the exciting history of the game from Super Bowl I to present in the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery and view the most recent NFL Season and Super Bowl in a unique turntable theater.


    04. Amish Country Orange circle with an arrow

    An integral part of Ohio's rich history, visitors can learn about the faith, culture and lifestyles of the Amish, Mennonite, and Hutterite communities at the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center. Tour an old Amish schoolhouse and step inside the restored Pioneer Barn. Don't miss the one-of-a-kind Immigrants' Arrival, a sgraffito by Heinz Gaugel, in addition to his signature work, a 265-foot mural in the round depicting the history of Christianity and the Anabaptists.


    05. The Ohio State Reformatory Orange circle with an arrow

    Walk the same halls as infamous prisoners, actors and more at the Ohio State Reformatory. Explore the several stops on-site you've seen in your favorite movies, including The Shawshank Redemption and Air Force One, but be on the lookout for unexpected visitors - the reformatory is known to be a paranormal hot spot.


    06. National Veterans Memorial and Museum Orange circle with an arrow

    Granting a voice to veterans from all military branches is the National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus. Hear personal stories and shared experiences from veterans throughout history through interactive exhibits, multi-media presentations, personal effects, photos and more. Pay tribute to the sacrifice of servicemen, women, and their families at this state-of-the-art site.

    National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus
    A large modern, stone building with an American flag flying out front

    07. Hocking Hills State Park Orange circle with an arrow

    Hocking Hills State Park is nationally-known for its exquisite beauty and sandstone rock formations. Stunning in every season, visitors can look forward to views of wildflowers adorning the forest floor in springtime and vivid foliage in the fall. The park features towering cliffs, beautiful waterfalls and deep, hemlock-shaded gorges for hikers and nature-lovers to enjoy.

    Hocking Hills State Park in Logan
    A girl ziplining through the woods