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The Queen City is a glittering hub of culture and commerce along the Ohio River in the state’s southwest corner. Its crown jewels include pro sports, a stunning museum center and a unique flair for...
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This journey stretches across central Ohio from Van Wert to Wooster; follow the L signs on the Lincoln Highway Historic Byway during the giant yard sale that is Lincoln Highway Buy-Way Yard Sale in...
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Imagination takes flight in a midsize city where aviation history rules.
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Most people come here for Cedar Point, the self-proclaimed "Roller Coaster Capital of the World," but there's plenty to explore between thrills.
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In 1817, German immigrants founded this communal village. To pay for their land, they hand-dug a 7-mile stretch of the Ohio and Erie Canal. Many homes are privately owned, but several buildings are...
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Expand your wine palate (and maybe see a covered bridge) in the pretty countryside around Ashtabula County.
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Summertime is prime time in northern Ohio, where a narrow span of Lake Erie separates America’s roller coaster mecca in Sandusky from Kelleys Island and Put-in-Bay for the choice of serene or...
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As Ohio’s capital city, Columbus has the expected lineup of great museums, a zoo and botanical gardens. But its downtown neighbors—the eclectic Short North Arts District and the 19th-century German...
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The City of Rock and Roll has a playlist of attractions that includes University Circle’s nine museums and Little Italy’s hillside bakeries and restaurants. Oh, and there’s that rockin’ hall of fame...
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The mist of waterfalls and the shade of hemlocks cool summer days. Dinners by candlelight and relaxing soaks warm nights.