Ohio Attractions

From theme parks and racetracks, to hall of fame museums and the Amish Country, here are the top Ohio attractions.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
1100 Rock and Roll Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44114
Located on the shores of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, the museum hosts countless performance events and educational programs and proudly houses thousands of priceless artifacts, films and videos. Visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum for a journey through the past, present and future of rock and roll.
Amish Country
Central Ohio
Ohio is home to the world's largest Amish/Mennonnite settlement. Berlin, Ohio is a small town in the heart of Amish country that is popular among visitors, as it offers insight into the peaceful and quiet Amish way of life. It also offers one of the best places to shop and enjoy quality down-home food. Take a break from the hectic pace of life, and visit the Amish Country!
Ohio State Buckeyes
Columbus, OH 43210
Ohio Stadium is home to the popular Saturday afternoon ritual of Ohio State Buckeye fans coming out to support their team and to enjoy the gala atmosphere and pageantry that surrounds every game. The recently renovated horseshoe-shaped structure is now in its 83rd year as the home of Buckeye football. With its present seating capacity of 101,568, Ohio Stadium is the fourth largest on-campus facility in the nation.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
2121 George Halas Drive N.W.
Canton, OH 44708
The site of dozens of celebrations inducting and honoring the great players of professional football. A must-visit attraction for football fans of all ages.
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
7721 Steam Corners Road
Lexington, OH 44904
Widely known as the most competitive road course in the United States, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is a permanent road circuit set in the rolling hills of Lexington. With two challenging track configurations the circuit has a reputation of great racing among many of motorsport's legendary competitors.
Lake Erie
Most of northern Ohio is bordered by Lake Erie, offering 10,000 square miles of lake surface and 871 miles of shoreline. Countless activities like sailing, fishing, swimming and picnicking can be accessed on and around the lake. Check out Marblehead Lighthouse, one of the area's most-photographed landmarks. Kelleys Island is accessible by ferry and here you can play miniature golf, rent bicycles, or just relax on the island.
Ohio Freedom Trail
Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau
410 E. Main St.
Batavia, OH 45103
Contains 33 sites, 19 of which are approved to the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom. This is the trail of Underground Railroad and abolitionist sites, and here you can also find the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Museum.
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