Ohio has a variety of attractions, ranging from scenic ski spots, historic landmarks and interesting museums to private amusement parks. Toledo Zoo, Art Museum, Cincinnati Music Hall, Geneva State Park,
Madison Lake State Park: It is a small and serene place lying within the vast Darby Plains of Ohio. The lake offers excellent opportunities for sailing, rowing and canoeing. Fishing is also popular here with major catches being bass, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish and bullhead.
The Cleveland Museum of Art: The CMA is an art museum internationally renowned for its substantial holdings of Asian and Egyptian art. There is a diverse collection of more than 43,000 works of art from around the world in the museum.
|State Parks||Alum Creek State Park, Beaver Creek State Park, Fort Amanda State Park, Rocky Fork State Park, Ohio State Park, Madison Lake State Park|
|Beaches||Fox Island Beach, Cedar Point, Euclid Beach, Port Clinton Beach, Lakeview Beach, Lous Billow Beach|
|Museums||Museum of Divine Statues, Akron Art Museum, Canton Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Edison Birthplace Museum, International Women's Air and Space Museum|
|Historical Places||Cincinnati Music Hall, Fort Ancient, Kirtland Temple, William McKinley Tomb, Ohio Statehouse, Sunwatch Site|
|Other Places||Sandusky, Kings Mills-Paramount's Kings Island, Cleveland, Zane Shawnee Caverns, Harding Memorial, Veterans Memorial Park|
Cedar Point: The second-oldest amusement park in the country, Cedar Point is a must-visit place. It has the largest number of roller-coasters in the world, ranging from the wooden "Blue Streak" to the 420 foot tall "Top Thrill Dragster." The Park has beautiful gardens, lake views, a museum, an ice-skating show, food outlets, and water rides, making it a wonderful fun place for a family recreation.
Ohio Statehouse: The Ohio Statehouse is a Greek Revival building and is the house of government for the state of Ohio. The building contains many art works, including portraits of governors and lieutenant governors of the state. The building also functions as a museum; various tours, exhibitions and other activities are organized by the museum.
Harding Memorial: Designed by Henry Hornbostel and Eric Wood, Harding Memorial is a huge building over fifty feet tall made of white Georgian Marble. It is dedicated to the late president Herbert Hoover and his wife.
Cleveland: Nicknamed "The Forest City", "Metropolis of the Western Reserve", "Sixth City", "The Rock 'n' Roll Capital of the World", Cleveland has a wide range of tourist destinations. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Greatlakes Science Center are some of the popular places in the city. Winterfest is an annual celebration held annually at the city's historic hub, Public Square; the event draws many visitors from all across the world.