The Jump Palace
1667 State Route 303, Streetsboro
(330) 422-1295 website
Zip City USA
9960 State Route 43, Streetsboro
Fun & Stuff
661 E. Highland Rd
(330) 467-0820 website
A Year Round Amusement Park! Come and enjoy premier indoor and outdoor fun. Roller-skating, laser tag, miniature golf, Grand-Prix go-kart racing, batting cages, a video arcade, bumper boats, a NEW Kids World, Inflatables, a Rock Climbing Wall and much more still to come!
JACK Cleveland Casino
100 Public Square
(330) 297-4777 website
Hard Rock Rocksino
10777 Northfield Road
Northfield, OH 44067
(330) 908-7625 website
6217 Chittenden Road
(234) 249-3030 website
Water Works Family Aquatic Center
2025 Munroe Falls Ave.
(330) 971-8433 website
Open Memorial Day - Labor Day
500,000 gallons of water rushing over waterslides and shooting from spray geysers transform this community pool into a great place to beat the heat. There is also a sand play area and concession stand. Season passes available.
500 Edgewood Ave., Akron
(330) 375-2550 website Enjoy an intimate encounter with endangered species of birds, mammals and reptiles. Visit Tiger Valley, Penguin Point, Zoo Gardens and much more!
Noah's Lost Ark 8424 Bedell Rd., Berlin Center
(330) 584-7835 website
Open May - October Not an ordinary zoo, where the forgotten are remembered. Noah's Lost Ark is an animal sanctuary is a place that provides a permanent, safe home to unwanted and abused exotic animals. They have lions, tigers, wolves, monkeys, horses, cougars, camels, zebras, bears and much more.
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and RainForest 3900 Wildlife Way, Cleveland
(216) 661-6500 website Come and experience the wild, the tame and the exotic! See over 3,000 animals occupying 165 rolling acres. The RainForest features a 25' waterfall, a tropical rainstorm and over 600 animals and 10,000 plants.
Greater Cleveland Aquarium
2000 Sycamore Street
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 862-8803 website
The Greater Cleveland Aquarium is the only freestanding aquarium in Ohio. The aquarium offers a journey through the historic First Energy Powerhouse loaded with things to do and engaging experiences. The Ohio Lakes and Rivers exhibit fascinates visitors with freshwater species that are native to Ohio, alligators, catfish and thousands of freshwater wonders. The shark tank delights guests with sharks, eels, seahorses and a wide variety of saltwater wonders, and often scuba divers who interact with guests. Plan approximately an hour and a half for your aquarium visit.
Halls of Fame
National Inventors Hall of Fame 221 S. Broadway, Akron
(800) 968-IDEA website The museum highlights over 150 inventors from 1776 to the present time. The exhibits allow you to discover the inventor in yourself through hands-on, fun and educational interactive programs and activities. Every September, inventors are inducted into the hall of fame.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard, Cleveland
(888) 764-ROCK website
World’s only museum dedicated to the living heritage of rock & roll music. The museum exists on seven levels, has over 50 exhibits, multimedia interactive technology and an incredible collection of rock & roll artifacts.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
2121 George Halas Dr., NW, Canton
(330) 456-8207 website
America's premier sports showplace! The Pro Football Hall of Fame is a dynamic museum that is home to the Hall of Fame ceremony and the infamous Hall of Fame game. This five interconnected building includes a movie theater, a GameDay Stadium, which allows visitors to experience football as never before and interactive exhibits where football greats from the past and present are honored.
History & Innovations
John Johnson Farm House & Church of Latter Day Saints
6203 Pioneer Trail, Hiram
In this 19th century farm home of John Johnson, learn about the dramatic historical events in the early days of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Hower House 60 Fir Hill, Akron
(330) 972-6909 website An 1871 Victorian mansion designed in the Second Empire Italianate style. The house is filled with hundred of furnishings collected by 3 generations of the Hower family, who occupied the Mansion for 102 years.
Dr. Bob's Home 855 Ardmore Ave., Akron, Ohio 44302
(330) 864-1935 website Home of Dr. Robert Smith who was the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Perkins Stone Mansion 550 Copley Rd., Akron
(330) 535-1120 website This 1830s Greek Revival-style mansion was the home of the Perkins family for over 100 years.
Streetsboro Singletary House
935 Singletary Drive,
Streetsboro, Ohio 44241
(330) 221-8766 website
"This home, known as the Singletary residence prior and during the Civil War was located at the Route 14 and Route 43 intersection in Streetsboro. The Singletary House was one of the 60 homes in Portage County which hid fugitive slaves using the Underground Railroad."
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens
714 N. Portage Path, Akron
(330) 836-5533 website
This 65-room Tudor Revival mansion is filled with treasures from around the globe and sits on more than 70 acres of artfully landscaped gardens and grounds.
Kent State University Museum
Rockwell Hall, Kent (Corner of E. Main & S. Lincoln St.)
(330) 672-3450 website
Stroll through 8 galleries, exhibiting the works of many of the world's greatest artists and designers of international fashion, decorative arts and more.
May 4 Visitor Center
Kent State University
101 Taylor Hall, 300 Midway Drive, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, 44242
(330) 672-4660 website The Kent State University May 4 Visitors Center and its special events are free and open to the public.
Portage County Historical Society Museum
6549 N. Chestnut St., Ravenna
(330) 296-3523 website
This 12-acre site offers tours of numerous buildings and displays a collection of historical items that are pertinent to Portage County’s history.
Akron Police Museum
217 South High St., Mezzanine Level, Akron
Housed at the Harold K. Stubbs Justice Center, the Akron Police Museum features historical photos, uniforms and weapons. Other items on display include the keys to the original 1890 jail and a 1965 Harley-Davidson police motorcycle.
Rainbow Children's Museum & TRW Early Learning Center
10730 Euclid Ave., Cleveland
(216) 791-7114 website Geared for children from newborn to 8 years, these hands-on, interactive displays are designed to
entertain, inspire and educate.
Cleveland Museum of Art
11150 East Blvd., Cleveland
(216) 421-7340 website
One of the finest collections of art in the world. View some of the finest examples of ancient Egyptian, medieval, Asian, European and American masterpieces.
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
1 Wade Oval Dr., Cleveland
(800) 317-9155 website
From dinosaurs to diamonds, Ohio's largest natural science museum, is an extraordinary experience for all ages. Visit Wade Gallery of Gems & Jewels, see the 3-million-year-old woman, artifacts from seven continents, live animal shows and an outdoor botanical and wildlife area.
Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum
10825 East Blvd., Cleveland
(216) 721-5722 website
An extensive collection of 200 antique, vintage and classic autos and aircraft. The Crawford collection is one of the top ten in the nation according to Car Collector magazine.
MAPS Air Museum
(Military Aviation Preservation Society)
2260 International Parkway., North Canton
(330) 896-6332 website
“Where history takes flight!” this museum is dedicated to educating people about the history of aviation and its impact on society. It houses a permanent collection of vintage military and significant civilian aircraft.
Great Lakes Science Center
601 Erieside Ave., Cleveland
(216) 694-2000 website
Discover more than 350 hands-on exhibits and then kick back and experience the area's only OMNIMAX Theater, a 6-story high domed theater.
800 McKinley Monument Dr., NW, Canton
(330) 455-7043 website
This is home to McKinley National Memorial, Discover World, Hoover-Price Planetarium and Ramsayer Research Library.
Canton Classic Car Museum
555 Market Avenue S., Canton
Ohio’s greatest nostalgia museum of the roaring 20’s through the 70’s. Includes 6 Packard automobiles, 2 Rolls Royces and a 1914 Benham.
Nature & Recreation
Tinker's Creek State Park
10303 Aurora-Hudson Rd., Streetsboro
(440) 564-2279 website
This 786-acre park offers its visitors fishing, picnicking and three 2.5-mile hiking trails.
Beckwith Orchards Cider Mill, Bakery & Gift Shop
1617 Lake Rockwell Rd., Kent
(330) 673-6433 website
Family owned and operated, Beckwith Orchards offers a variety of apples, cider, delicious homemade bakery and gift baskets. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon attending the special events or entertainment held on select weekends.
Village of Peninsula
1663 Main Street, Peninsula
(330) 849-0677 website
A quaint historic village in the center of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, hosts a variety of unique shops, galleries, restaurants, bicycle rentals and the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad depot.
Brandywine Road, Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Brandywine Falls is a breath taking site and one of the most popular attractions in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The falls crash 65 feet over a tiered rock ledge to the base of a deep canyon littered with massive boulders.
West Branch State Park
5708 Esworthy Rd., Ravenna
(330) 296-3239 website
8,000 acres of woodlands that include camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, hunting, boating and 12 hiking trails.
Portage Park District
Dix Park, 7318 State Route 44, Ravenna Township website
Towner's Woods, 2296 Ravenna Road, Franklin Township
Headwaters Trail, Parking at Mantua Village Park
Portage Hike & Bike, Parking at Towner's Woods
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Happy Days Visitor Center
500 West Streetsboro Rd., Peninsula website
Follow the Cuyahoga River for 22 miles between Akron and Cleveland. The park offers numerous hiking and biking trails, scenic overlooks, picnic areas, bird watching, music, arts and plays. Winter sports include sledding and cross-country skiing.
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad
1630 Mill Street West, Peninsula
(800) 468-4070 website
Enjoy an excursion through the heart of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Each trip is a different adventure filled with fun, excitement, natural beauty and historic sights. Sit back, relax and enjoy an exciting round trip destination or special event excursion.
Monroe's Orchard & Farm Market, LLC
6313 Pioneer Trail, Hiram
(330) 569-7464 website
Pick-Your-Own pumpkins, apples and strawberries. Enjoy a variety of activities taking place on select weekends.
Camp-Hi Canoe Livery
12274 Abbot Rd., Hiram
(330) 569-7621 website
Relax and canoe the upper stretches of the Cuyahoga River.
Nelson-Kennedy Ledges State Park
State Route 282 just S. of SR 422, Nelson Twp.
(440) 564-2279 website
Nelson-Kennedy Ledges has 167 acres of dramatic cliffs. Enjoy 3 miles of general trails and unusual rock formations. Picnic area provided.
Hale Farm & Village
2686 Oakhill Rd., Bath
(877) HALE-FARM website
Travel back to 1848 and explore live in Ohio's Western Reserve Region. Share in the daily lives of historical figures and watch the skilled artisan's demonstrations
Lake Metroparks Farmpark
8800 Euclid Chardon Rd. (Rt. 6), Kirtland
(800) 366-FARM website
HANDS-ON FAMILY FUN!! Milk a cow, take a wagon ride and meet over 50 breeds of farm animals. Explore solar and wind power, The Great Tomato Works, hydroponics exhibits and stroll through themed gardens. Gift shop and onsite café.
Penitentiary Glen Reservation, A Lake Metroparks Facility
8668 Kirtland-Chardon Rd., Kirtland
(440) 256-1404 website
The Nature Center offers hands-on exhibits, art shows and the Nature Connection Gift Shop. Stop in the new Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center for a glimpse of Ohio Wildlife yard to meet some of our permanent residents. Enjoy the Butterfly Gardens and over 4 miles of beautiful hiking trails.
Cleveland Botanical Gardens
11030 East Blvd., Cleveland
(216) 721-1600 website
Experience 10 spectacular acres of permanent, award-winning display and theme gardens. While visiting the gardens stop by the Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse, a magnificent conservatory housing 2 of the world’s most fragile ecosystems, Spiny Desert of Madagascar and Cloud Forest of Costa Rica.
Portage Lakes State Park
5031 Manchester Rd., Akron
(330) 644-2220 website
This state park provides camping, boating, fishing, hunting, swimming, picnicking and five hiking trails.
F.A. Seiberling Naturealm
1828 Smith Rd., Akron
A 100-acre nature center featuring more than 300 varieties of trees and shrubs. It has four hiking trails, three ponds and an underground visitor’s center.
825 E. 9th Street Pier, Cleveland
(888) 916-7447 website
Cleveland's largest excursion ship offering daily tours and evening entertainment. Buffet lunch and dinner available.
1153 Main Ave., Cleveland
(800) 837-0604 website
Cleveland's luxury cruise/dining ship featuring daily panoramic lunch and sunset dinner cruises on Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River.
9500 Sperry Rd., Kirtland
(440) 946-4400 website
Holden Arboretum is the nation’s largest arboretum with 3,100 acres of horticultural collections, display gardens and nature trails.
3147 State Route 44, Rootstown
(330) 325-0647 website
Funny Stop Comedy Club
1757 State Rd., Cuyahoga Falls
(330) 923-4700 website
Northeast Ohio’s Premier Comedy Showplace offers guests a fun-filled evening of side splitting laughter. Special dinner and show packages are available on select evenings. Formerly Hilarities Comedy Club!!
1145 E. Steels Corners Rd., Cuyahoga Falls
(800) 304-2363 website
This 500 seat outdoor, covered pavilion set in the beautiful Blossom Music Center, offers audiences the finest in professional summer theatre. Each summer the Porthouse Theatre is a component of the Kent/Blossom Arts Festival programs.
Blossom Music Center
1145 W. Steels Corner Rd., Cuyahoga Falls
(330) 920-8040 website
Whether you're a fan of classical, country or rock and roll, Blossom has the perfect evening under the stars for everyone. Located on 800 acres of rolling hills this outdoor theater is the summer home of the world renowned Cleveland Orchestra.
E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Center
198 Hill St., Akron
(330) 972-7570 website
From September to June, the program series of E.J. Thomas Hall includes Broadway musicals, symphony orchestras, entertainers, ballet, opera, jazz, dance and comedy.
Lock 3 Live!
Main Street, Akron
(330) 535-3178 website
The place to be for festivals, food, fun and more! From June thru September, Lock 3 Live! showcases unusual and diverse productions from a 50's festival to a jazz festival.
Akron Civic Theater
182 S. Main St., Akron
(330) 253-2488 website
Built in 1929, the newly renovated Civic's interior structure was fashioned after a Moorish castle. Provides quality entertainment and live performances for every age group.
Playhouse Square Center
1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland
(216) 241-6000 website
The nation's largest performing arts center outside of New York City. Comprised of the five theatres and specializes in presenting the finest in national Broadway productions.
The Cleveland Play House
8500 Euclid Ave., Cleveland
(216) 795-7000 website
One of America's leading theatre companies and the longest running professional theatre in the nation. The intimate theatres create a magical connection between the performers and audiences.
Cleveland Public Theatre
6415 Detroit Ave., Cleveland
(216) 631-2727 website
Cleveland Public Theatre is an alternative performing company that is known as one of the nations leading experimental & political performance venues.
Plazas & Stores Throughout Streetsboro
Streetsboro Crossing, located on State Route 43 South & State Route 303 West
Market Square Plaza located on Market Square Drive
Heritage Landing located on State Route 14
Streetsboro Plaza located on State Route 303 East
Liberty Commons located on State Route 43 & Market Square Drive
Streetsboro Commons located on State Route 14
All Seasons RV
9043 State Route 14, Streetsboro
(800) 948-2100 website
Discover the all new experience in RVing with everything under one roof! Enjoy the extended selection in the indoor, spacious and comfortable showroom and visit the ultra modern state of the art service center and kid reststop.
Aurora Farms Premium Outlets
549 S. Chillicothe Rd., Aurora
(330) 562-2000 website
Save 25-65% everyday at Aurora Farms Premium Outlets. 70 outlet stores – designer sportswear apparel, shoes, accessories, intimate apparel and china. Stores include Gap, Off 5th Saks Fifth Avenue, Polo, Carter’s, Liz Claiborne and more.
B.A. Sweetie Candy Company Inc.
7480 Brookpark Road | Cleveland, Ohio 44129
Phone 216.739.2244 | Toll Free 888.267.9340
Big Dee's Tack & Vet Supplies
9440 State Route 14, Streetsboro
(330) 626-5000 website
Offering a full selection of horse tack and supplies to the entire equine industry since 1976.
Fannie May & Harry London's Candy
5353 Lauby Rd., N. Canton
(800) 321-0444 website
In a guided tour you will have the opportunity to experience the melt-in-your-mouth gourmet chocolates, stroll through the Chocolate Hall of Fame, be fascinated by the making, molding and wrapping of the chocolates and shop at the unique chocolate store.
9364 State Route 14
9059 State Route 14, Streetsboro
(330) 626-5471 website
Offering shoppers a broad selection of top quality products at exceptional values.
Mark’s Live Bait, Tackle & Ammo
7231 State Route 14
Ravenna, Ohio 44266
Phone: (330) 296-3474
This Florida-style, upscale flea market offers an acre of shopping for the whole family. Great bargains, 250 vendors, a clean facility & unique products including antiques, furniture, sports memorabilia & much more.
Woodcarved Art Gallery
2881 Frost Rd., Mantua, OH 44255
Regular Gallery Hours: Mon, Thurs, Fri, Sat: 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9am to 4pm
Closed Tues. and Wed. website
Where the love of wood and art come together.
Antique Shops - Antique enthusiasts will find plenty of collectibles in Aurora and Ravenna's antique district.
Timeless Treasures Antique
129 East Main Street, Ravenna
The Mouse Nest
10033 State Route 44, Mantua
A vast assortment of collectibles and candles.
Don Drumm Studios & Gallery
437 Crouse Street, Akron
(330) 253-6268 website
Don Drumm Studios & Gallery is a multi-building showplace where works by over 500 professional artists are displayed. This gallery is continuously honored as one of the countries finest.
Akron Rubber Ducks
AA Baseball for Cleveland Indians
300 S. Main Street, Akron
(800) 97-AEROS website
Major League Baseball Team
2401 Ontario Street, Cleveland (Progressive Field)
(866) 48-TRIBE website
National Basketball Association
One Center Court, Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena)
(800) 820-CAVS website
National Football League
100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland (First Energy Stadium)
(888) 891-1999 website
American Hockey League
1 Center Ice, Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena)
Cleveland City Stars
United Soccer League
Cleveland State University, 2121 Euclid Ave., Cleveland (Krenzler Field)
(330) 435-2003 website
Streetsboro is located in close proximity to some of the most beautiful golf courses. The courses range from challenging enough for the pro to a day of great golf for the novice. Enjoy a day or a full weekend of golf. When you are done tackling the course enjoy one of our many area restaurants.
Boulder Creek Golf Club
9700 Page Road, Streetsboro
18-hole championship caliber golf course on approximately 200 acres, devoted exclusively to the golf course. Ohio's 3rd Best Public Course by GolfWeek 2010, and America's #8 Best New Upscale Course by Golf Digest in 2003. Amenities include, full practice facility, restaurant, event center for weddings and more and locker rooms with shower facilities.
10705 Northfield Park, Northfield
(33) 467-4101 website
JACK ThistleDown Racino
21501 Emery Road, North Randall
(800) 289-9956 website
Thorn Creek Winery & Gardens
155 Treat Rd., Aurora
(330) 562-9245 website
Joan in the celebration of fine wines, expressive landscapes & enlightening conversations. Enjoy specialized appetizers that compliment the season & distinctive dessert selections. Delicious wines ranging from full-bodied or semi-sweet to light or dry.
Winery at Wolf Creek
2637 S. Cleveland-Massillon Rd., Norton
(800) 436-0426 website
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the tasting room at the Winery at Wolf Creek while gazing at one of the most spectacular views in the Akron area. Sample a variety of wines and enjoy an assortment of cheese and crackers.