Over the last few years before we moved from Ohio to Missouri I had several opportunities to spend some time in the Cleveland and Northeast Ohio region. I was so impressed by beauty of the area, but, I was even more impressed with how friendly the people are. So I wanted to share with you some fun Northeast Ohio field trips to consider for your homeschool.
Northeast Ohio has so much to offer. You’ll discover lighthouses, science museums, music, food, amusement parks and so much more. Regardless of what you are studying in your homeschool you can find a field trip to enhance your study. From the rich history to the varied cultural scenes there are sights, sounds, and experiences that provide vast learning options for your kids.
15 Northeast Ohio Field Trips for your Homeschooling Journey
- Beaver Creek State Park and Pioneer Village– East Liverpool
- Canton Museum of Art – Canton
- Crawford Auto – Aviation Museum – Cleveland
- International Women’s Air and Space Museum – Cleveland
- Lake Erie Islands Nature and Wildlife Center – Put in Bay
- Lake Metroparks Farmpark – Kirtland
- Lorain County Historical Society – Elyria
- Nature Center at Shaker Lakes – Cleveland
- Olin’s Covered Bridges – Ashtabula
- Portage County Historical Society & Lowrie, Beatty Museum – Ravenna
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – Cleveland
- The Art Galleries at Cleveland State University– Cleveland
- The Museum of Ceramics — East Liverpool
- William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum – Canton
- Younstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor – Youngstown
What are some of your favorite stopping points in Northwest Ohio?
Be sure to see my Central Ohio Region as well. Columbus and the are is full of field tips to visit.
This post is part of iHomeschool Network’s Best Homeschool Field Trips link up.
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