100 Things to See and Do in Ohio

Ohio is a large state with a wealth of resources. From the arts to industry Ohio has played a large and key role in the history of the United States of America. I’ve gathered and am sharing with you 100 activities, field trip ideas, family vacations to see and do when you visit (or live) in Ohio. 


100 Things to See and Do in Ohio | Great Peace Academy
  1. Bicycle Museum of America – New Bremen
  2. American Whistle Corporation – Columbus
  3. Armstrong Air & Space Museum – Wapokoneta
  4. AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame – Pickerington
  5. Wexner Center for the Arts) – Columbus, (Performing, Film/video, Exhibits, Public Programs
  6. Williams County Community Theater – Bryan
  7. Tecumseh Outdoor Drama – Chillicothe
  8. Columbus Children’s Theater – Columbus
  9. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company – Cincinnati
  10. Cincinnati Ballet – Cincinnati
  11. CAPA, Columbus Association of Performing Arts – Columbus
  12. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – Cleveland
  13. Columbus Symphony Orchestra – Columbus
  14. Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra – Cincinnati
  15. Cincinnati Opera – Cincinnati
  16. The Topiary Park – Columbus
  17. Metro Parks of the Toledo Area – Toledo
  18. Malabar Farm State Park – Lucas
  19. Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Gardens – Columbus100 Things to See and Do in Ohio
  20. Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center – Put-in-Bay
  21. Edge of Appalachia Preserve – West Union
  22. Dawes Arboretum – Newark
  23. Kings Island – Mason
  24. Cedar Point – Sandusky
  25. Longaberger Company – Newark
  26. Valley Gem Sternwheeler – Marietta/Belpre
  27. Velvet Ice Cream Company and Ye Olde Mill Factory – Mt. Vernon
  28. Slate Run Living Historical Farm – Canal Winchester
  29. Cambridge Glass Museum – Cambridge
  30. Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum – Hamilton
  31. Fort Hill – Hillsboro
  32. Fort Steuben – Steubenville
  33. Johnson’s Island – Civil War Prisoner of War Depot – Sandusky
  34. Clark Gable Birthplace and Museum – Cadiz
  35. Harriett Beecher Stowe House – Cincinnati
  36. Sherman House Museum – Lancaster, (General William T. Sherman)
  37. The Keepers House – Marblehead, (lighthouse keeper)
  38. Thurber House, – Columbus,
  39. Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center – Berlin
  40. Campus Martius Museum – Marietta
  41. The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education – Cincinnati
  42. A Christmas Story House Museum — Cleveland
  43. Great Circle Earthworks – Newark
  44. Hopalong Cassidy Museum – Cambridge
  45. National Underground Railroad & Freedom Center – Cincinnati
  46. Ohio Historical Society & Ohio Village – Columbus
  47. Ohio Statehouse – Columbus
  48. Rock Mill – Lancaster
  49. Roscoe Village – Coshocton, (1830’s Canal Town)
  50. Santa Maria – Columbus
  51. Serpent Mound – Peebles
  52. Sunwatch Indian Village/Archeological Park – Dayton
  53. Wagnall’s Memorial Library & Foundation – Lithopolis
  54. William Holmes McGuffey Museum – Oxford
  55. Zoar Village State Memorial – Zoar
  56. Armstrong Air & Space Museum – Wapokoneta
  57. National Underground Railroad & Freedom Center – Cincinnati
  58. National Airforce Museum – Dayton
  59. National Post Mark Museum – Bellevue
  60. The John & Annie Glenn Historic Site – New Concord
  61. First Ladies National Historic Site – Canton
  62. Grant Birthplace – Point Pleasant
  63. Harding Home – Marion
  64. James A. Garfield National Historic Site – Mentor
  65. National McKinley Birthplace Memorial & Museum – Niles
  66. Presidential Museum – Williamsfield
  67. Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center – Fremont
  68. S. Grant Boyhood Home – Georgetown
  69. William Henry Harrison Tomb Historic Site – North Bend
  70. William Howard Taft National Historic Site – Cincinatti
  71. William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum – Canton
  72. Aha For Kids! – Lancaster, (A Hand’s On Adventure Children’s Museum)
  73. Boonshoft Museum of Discovery – Dayton, (Children’s Museum)
  74. Children’s Museum of Cleveland Ro– Cleveland
  75. Ohio State Reformatory – Mansfield (Scene of the movie Shawshank Redemption).
  76. Ohio Statehouse Museum (Children’s Interactive Museum) – Columbus
  77. Toy & Plastic Brick Museum – Bellaire
  78. Akron Fossils and Science Center –Akron (A Creation-based science center)
  79. Armstrong Air & Space Museum – Wapokoneta
  80. COSI, Center of Science & Industry– Columbus
  81. Dayton Air Show – Dayton
  82. Duke Energy Center Children’s Museum – Cincinnati
  83. Great Lakes Science Center – Cleveland100 Things to See & Do in Ohio | Great Peace Academy

     
  84. Imagination Station – Toledo
  85. iSpace – Cincinnati
  86. Mad Science – Cincinnati
  87. The Works – Newark
  88. AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame – Pickerington
  89. Cincinnati Reds MLB Baseball – Cincinnati
  90. Cincinnati Bengals NFL Football – Cincinnati
  91. Columbus Blue Jackets NHL Hockey – Columbus
  92. Columbus Crew MLS Soccer – Columbus
  93. Cleveland Browns NFL – Cleveland
  94. Cleveland Cavaliers NBA – Cleveland
  95. Cleveland Indians MLB – Cleveland
  96. Jack Nicklaus Museum – Columbus
  97. Pro Football Hall of Fame – Canton100 Things to See and Do in Ohio | Great Peace Academy

     
  98. Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens – Cincinnati
  99. Columbus Zoo & Aquarium – Powell
  100. The Wilds – Cumberland
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