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Things to do in Ohio

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The top 80 attractions in Ohio

Museums in Cincinnati
Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum
The Hall of Fame of the Reds opened in 1958, in recognition of the good performance of the players and their coaches. The museum has photographs on display including signed balls and bats from players in the different seasons. Over time these pieces have acquired a significant collector value.
Historical Monuments in Cincinnati
Cincinnati Enquirer
The Enquirer Building, located on Vine Street, was the first building of the paper, The Enquirer. A Modernist building, it has 14 floors and was built in 1926. Press offices occupied the first 5 floors and the upper floors were for commercial offices. It was classified as a national monument in 1985. Currently, the newspaper is located on Elm Street.
Of Cultural Interest in Cincinnati
Cincinnati Gas and Electric
The neoclassical building, located at the corner of Main Street and 4th Street, was begun in 1928, and was the first seat of Duke Energy, one of the most important utilitiy companies in the country. This building is also known as the Duke Energy Building and has 20 floors that were constructed by the great architects Garber (1877-1950) & Wodward (1878-1932) and John Russell Pope (1874-1937), the latter of which was the designer of many period buildings in the United States in cities like New York and Washington DC. Each building has its history andwhile reading about it, that the building was erected in the same place where the 1843 drugstore of WH Harrison was located and that this was the first ever private client business of the mid-nineteenth century.
Museums in Baltimore
Lillie Mae Carroll Jackson Museum
The museum offers a journey through the life of Lillie Mae Carroll Jackson (May 25, 1889 - July 5, 1975), a trailblazing civil rights activist from Baltimore and organizer of the city's first branch of the NAACP. She is widely known by her nicknames, like "Dr. Lillie", "Ma Jackson" and the "mother of civil rights movement." She was instrumental in pioneering the tactic of non-violent resistance to racial segregation used by Martin Luther King and others during the early civil rights movement.
Villages in Jerusalem
A life changing experience a very scenic and historical place to visit.
Waterparks in Sandusky
Cedar Point Amusement Park
We spent Independence Day with the whole family. We went to Cedar Point each year, a super fun place for all ages who like adrenaline and excitement. Here in Sandusky, Ohio the games are the best in the whole world.
Museums in Baltimore
National Historic Seaport
The National Historic Seaport of Baltimore is a partnership between the maritime attractions and those of Balimore's Historic Inner Harbor. It attracts over 1.5 million visitors / year, and the historic port includes attractions and sailing vessels.
Museums in Baltimore
Ballestone Manor
The Ballestone Manor (Baltimore) is in eastern Baltimore County through the Rocky Point Golf Course. The brick manor house was built in the early XVIII century. The interior of the house is awesome. It's now a museum showing colonial life. The land on which it sits was granted by Cecilio Ballestone Calvert.
Museums in Baltimore
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Baltimore Museum of Industry is located in an old cannery and houses exhibits on various types of manufacturing and industry common during the beginning of the 20th century. There are several sections that display machine equipment and other artifacts.
Museums in Baltimore
Mount Vernon Museum of Incandescent Lighting
Halfway along the living room wall in my parents' house there is a crack in the plaster and floating above, with the support of age and slightly loose wooden beams, there are lots and lots of car magazines, 1000s of them, 60-odd years' worth of motor sports, Autocar and Motor News and bulletins of veteran car clubs, posters, models and other ephemera.
Museums in Baltimore
President Street Station
Baltimore Civil War Museum, true to his nickname Charm City, sweeps you off your feet. Full of historical treasures, quaint neighborhoods, and tons of fun for adults and children alike, visitors will have no problem finding the charm that resides in this North American, Baltimore. Informative posters an photographs take us back us in time and space along this walk through history.
Museums in Baltimore
Fort McHenry
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine is one of the biggest influences on American culture. It is the home of the national anthem, The Star Spangled Banner. This is why Fort McHenry is not only of historical importance to the American people, but also has a strong an emotional link with its country. In 1812 Francis Scott Key, the man who wrote the music and lyrics for the national anthem, saw the American flag flying over Fort McHenry. This is what inspired him.
Museums in Baltimore
Carroll's Hundred / Carroll Park Foundation Inc
This is a long lost treasure located just minutes from downtown. It´s an old orangery that has been turned into a visitor orientation center or a new "Heritage Portal" to the history of the city. Visitors can see exotic plants such as orange and lemon trees are grown using old a very antique heating system.
Museums in Baltimore
Liberian Museum
The Liberian Museum is a national museum in Monrovia, Liberia. Its main objective is to obtain, preserve and display cultural property and other objects that represent the historical heritage of the country. The museum was a part of the Department of Public Instruction until 1965 at which point it became the responsibility of the Department of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism.
Museums in Baltimore
Museum of Baltimore Legal History
Museum of Baltimore Legal History: This museum is important, the preserving and exhibiting of the history of the region. But there are also art museums, science centers, museums, sports. Free entry. Posters with information and photographs place us in time and space along this walk through history.
Villages in Sugarcreek
This photo taken near Sugarcreek, Ohio, shows a buggy, the typical means of transport used by the Amish.
Shops in Malta
Shop PlayMobil
I arrived in Malta and was met by a PlayMobil pirate, and right next door ... a bright PlayMobil store, full of unique toys! A great place to pick up some presents. You'll find unique collectors' items, and everything is pretty reasonably priced (considering that you're in an airport). And there are some big sets, with themes like Star Wars spaceships and so on. If you want help, the clerks are very friendly.
Museums in Florida
Old School House
The Old School House was the first school in the state of Florida, built in the city of St Augustine. The exact date of its construction is unknown, but it first appears in the tax records in 1716. The teacher and his family lived on the top floor, above the classroom, and the kitchen was in a separate building so as to avoid the possibility of a fire spreading. An interesting place to visit!