Ohio April 17, 2015
Here Are 15 Unique Things In Ohio You Simply HAVE To Experience
While Ohio certainly has its fair share of numerous beautiful nature gateways and thrilling roller coasters to try, there are several other attractions throughout the state that offer one of a kind experiences you won’t always be able to find outside of the state. From the world’s largest collection of Indian burial mounds to some of the most impressive tree houses you’ll ever see, Ohio undeniably has something truly unique to offer.
1) Ohio's Amish Country (Holmes County) where you can get back to the simple things in life.
2) Serpent Mound (Adams County) where we're still trying to figure out the answers to questions like "when," "how" and "why."
3) Hopewell Culture National Historic Park (Chillicothe) where you'll find the world's largest collection of Indian burial mounds.
4) Tecumseh! One of the country's largest outdoor dramas (located in Chillicothe) reenacts the story of this legendary Shawnee leader.
5) Caverns: Both the Ohio Caverns, (located in West Liberty) and the Seneca Caverns, (located in Bellevue) enable you to embrace your inner adventurer,
6) National Museum of the United States Air Force (Dayton)
7) Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (Cleveland) because we're the birthplace of rock n' roll and proud of it.
8) Pro Football Hall of Fame (Canton) where we recognize those who should be recognized.
9) "The World's Largest ______" because giant baskets, pumpkins, washboards and numerous other objects are our thing.
10) The Wilds (Cumberland) where the animals roam free and you can experience a safari in Ohio.
11) American Sign Museum (Cincinnati) where signs of all sizes, shapes and decades abound.
12) Federal Reserve Bank Museum of Money (Cleveland) where money really does grow on trees— at least, on a 23 ft. display one anyway.
13) Loveland Castle (Loveland) where you can spend the day exploring a small castle, taking selfies with Medieval suits of armor and picnicking in the gardens.
14) The Mohicans (Glenmont) where the tree houses are equipped with running water, electric and everything you need for a comfortable night's stay in the trees.
15) Historic homes abound throughout Ohio such as the Adena Mansion and Gardens (pictured,) the birthplace of Thomas A. Edison, homes of multiple U.S. presidents and many other historic houses that you can only find in Ohio.
Which of these attractions have you visited and which ones are you going to make a point to visit this summer?