Living in a house of boys, I knew of Canton, Ohio because of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but I honestly didn’t know much about what else the city had to offer. To my surprise, Canton can be a great destination even if you are not into football.
A visit to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a must. The content of the museum is not easy to be faced with, but it’s important for all ages and races to learn more about freedom’s heroes. I’m sharing 10 reasons why you will definitely want to visit.
Whether you are spending time together as a family or hanging out with friends, these indoor adventures are the perfect way to create memories having fun together. You can find year-round entertainment for all ages at several attractions in Butler County located between Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio.
Saengerfest is an event in Cincinnati that I have looked forward to for the last few years that helps kick off the Holiday Season. [Read more…]
Nelsonville, Ohio may be a small town but there are many reasons for travelers to stop and explore. If you are visiting the Athens area you will want to allow some extra time to stop by this destination located about 20 minutes away.
On my way to Erie, Pennsylvania, I had a few hours to stop and visit with my friend Tonya. She is a travel writer and an amazing person. We met in Mansfield, Ohio and while I was there she gave me a quick tour of the area.
If you don’t have a lot of time, you can still see a lot of Hocking Hills in under 48 hours. I’m sharing how we packed in a lot of adventure into a small amount of time. I wouldn’t change a thing and I hope our itinerary is a useful guide to help you with yours.
Zoombezi Bay is a waterpark located next to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium that is definitely worth checking out. What’s even better is that your admission to Zoombezi Bay gives you access to the Columbus Zoo during the day of your visit.
Middletown, Ohio may not be on your radar of places to visit, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover several gems to add to your list there.
I’ll admit that I tend to be more of a dog person, but cats have really grown on me over the years. My experience has been that dogs tend to be pretty easy to win over and cats tend to enjoy making you work a little more for their affection. Our family doesn’t own any pets, but we do love to visit other people’s dogs at the dog park…. and now we can visit cats…and even potentially take them home with us.
We recently joined Food Hussy on an adventure to visit the first cat cafe in the Cincinnati region, Kitty Brew Cat Cafe, for a facebook live for Vocalpoint. We had a great time and I wanted to share some tips to help you make the most out of your first visit.