The Buckeye State offers a mix of city and country, historic riverfront communities and lakefront towns. Head to Columbus for Ohio State University football and the capital city’s wealth of art, food and drink, and world-class museums. Cleveland is home to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, while Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood offers historic architecture and a wealth of food-and-drink destinations. Visit Cuyahoga Valley National Park just north of Akron or explore the gorges and waterfalls of the Hocking Hills region in southeastern Ohio.
This Toledo, Ohio, landmark has a long history, great eats and a fun tradition that has led both celebrities and politicians to pay a visit.
Reflect on and honor the men and women who have defended our nation by learning their stories at this Columbus, Ohio, museum.
Known for ice cream, a kiddie train and much more, this spot just outside downtown Yellow Springs, Ohio, promises plenty of fun.
This beautiful sand beach just west of downtown Cleveland, Ohio, makes for a great place to chill out on a summer day.
This Cincinnati, Ohio, food tour shares a wide variety of plant-based dishes at restaurants throughout the city.
Brothers Brian and Eric St. Clair have been producing their signature corn liquor in Logan, Ohio, since 2015.
This living history attraction in Archbold, Ohio, offers a glimpse into how American life was undergoing a massive transformation a century ago.
Listen to tunes, see wardrobe and guitars from the greats and commune with the all-time greats in Cleveland, Ohio.
Eight treehouses — two designed by Pete Nelson of Discovery Channel’s “Treehouse Masters” —offer a natural, upscale getaway in Glenmont, Ohio.
This Doylestown, Ohio, cidery grows a variety of heirloom apples at its neighboring orchard and crafts a tasty variety of hard ciders.