Attractions and Museums
Northeast Ohio is home to great attractions, museums, entertainment venues, and much more! From when Ohio was the western frontier of the United States to halls of fame known around the world, check out the great time you can have touring the area!
Atwood Lake Park
Known as one of Ohio’s premier locations for sailing and pleasure boating, Atwood Lake is easily accessible from I77. Paved and natural trails, kayaking and fishing are only a few of the reason outdoor enthusiasts love the park which features more than 500 campsites, vacation cabins, camper cabins, and patio cabins.
Tappan Lake Park
Spend time in nature’s playground at Tappan Lake! With a 399 horsepower limit, outdoor recreation enthusiasts can speed things up! The park boasts more than 500 campsites, vacation cabins and camper cabins. Also great for hiking enthusiasts, Ohio’s Buckeye trail can be accessed from the park.
Rabbit Run Theater
As one of Ohio’s premier barn theater, Rabbit Run Theater offers a unique theatrical experience each summer, producing outstanding live theater in a beautiful pastoral setting.
Hoover Historical Center/Walsh University
Free guided tours. Hoover family Victorian home with Company history includes photographs products advertising war memorabilia; several interactives; award-winning herb gardens; 2019 Ellsworth Smith Art Show.
Enjoy scenic lunch and sunset cruises featuring lavish buffets, entertainment, and spectacular views of the Downtown Cleveland skyline. Cruises available April through New Year’s Eve.
Pleasant Hill Lake Park
Located near the heart of Amish Country, this unlimited horsepower lake is perfect for anyone looking to explore nature. 88 miles of trails connect neighboring Malabar and Mohican State Forests bringing horseback riders from near and far and the equine campground provides a place to rest after a long ride. The park offers more than 500 campsites, vacation cabins and camper cabins.
Ohio Star Theater
Charles Mill Lake Park
Take some time to relax and unwind at Charles Mill. The 10-horsepower lake draws paddle boarding and kayaking enthusiasts from around the state. The park features more than 400 campsites, in-ground pool and patio cabins.
Hower House Museum
This 28-room 1871 Victorian mansion was built by John Henry Hower and filled with furnishings collected in the family’s world travels. Tours, exhibits, programs and rentals.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
The experience includes 4 theaters, multiple interactive stations, and 7 levels of exhibits that tell the story of the world’s most powerful art form.
Reeves Victorian Home Museum – Dover Historical Society
Return to the late 19th Century by visiting the Reeves Victorian Home & Carriage House Museum. The mansion, topped by a third floor ballroom, has been carefully restored and features original furniture and antiques owned by the Reeves family.