Cedar Point. People throughout the entire world know about it. It's the number-one rated amusement park on the planet. It's also the second oldest amusement park in North America. With a history dating back to 1870, the classic amusement park/resort on the shore of Lake Erie has seen its share of rides, roller coasters, trends and history.
Prior to 1870 the Cedar Point Peninsula was mainly used for fishing and hunting. However, that all changed with an editorial in the local newspaper in 1867 calling on “some enterprising person” to utilize the magnificent beach on the lake side of Cedar Po. . .
Made up of thousands of priceless artifacts, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's permanent collection has become the repository for the most important and rare items of rock's most celebrated artists.. . .
Explore the unique culture of the Amish with a vacation in central Ohio, home of the world's largest Amish community. Enjoy beautiful scenery, visit an Amish farm, savor homemade foods and listen for the clip-clop of a buggy. Shop for handmade quilts, artwork and furniture in Millersburg, Berlin or Walnut Creek. Want city lights, too? Amish Country is within easy reach of Columbus, Cleveland, Akron, Canton and Pittsburgh.. . .
In 2008, the Pro Football Hall of Fame celebrated its forty-fifth year of excellence in honoring the legends and preserving the history of professional football. Throughout the 45th anniversary year, the Hall of fame conducted special events celebrating its storied past while promoting the organization's exciting future.
Since opening in 1963, the Pro Football Hall of Fame has grown in both size and stature. The building was expanded in 1971, 1978 and 1995; and completed major exhibit gallery renovation sin 2003 and 2008. Together, these improvements have transformed the original 19,000 . . .
The 2.4-mile, 15-turn Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course has fiercely challenged the mettle of the world's top drivers for more than four decades.
Now it is your turn to experience what makes this permanent road course so demanding. Our "In the Driver's Seat" video takes you on a fast lap of the track with former SCCA Trans-Am and CART Champ Car driver and Mid-Ohio School instructor Brian Till.. . .
Our 364-acre amusement and water park features more than 80 world-class rides, shows and attractions including 15 thrill-inducing roller coasters! New in 2009 is Diamondback – the tallest, fastest and meanest roller coaster to ever strike Kings Island! Boomerang Bay, a 15-acre water park, offers more than 50 water activities, including 30 water slides and is included FREE with park admission. For the past eight years, AMUSEMENT TODAY readers have awarded Kings Island with the prestigious Golden Ticket for Best Kids Area in the World!
We encourage you to plan your visit to Kings Island . . .
Explore aviation and aerospace history—and celebrate the accomplishments of the first man to walk on the moon—at the Armstrong Air & Space Museum.
Located just off I-75 in Wapakoneta, Ohio, this facility honors hometown hero Neil Armstrong...other astronauts who call Ohio home...and all pioneers who made air and space travel possible.
Inside the two-level Armstrong Air & Space Museum, you'll see displays and artifacts of Apollo 11 commander Neil Alden Armstrong's life and career, including the Gemini and Apollo space suits he actually wore on his NASA missions, and a moon rock collected. . .
Traveling at speeds up to 40 mph, the Jet Express will smoothly whisk you away on a quick 12 ½ mile, 25 minute voyage from Port Clinton, Ohio to downtown Put-in-Bay, Ohio or on a 17 mile, 45 minute voyage from Sandusky, Ohio to downtown Put-in-Bay and Kelleys Island, Ohio. Best of all, your scenic Lake Erie voyage features friendly, knowledgeable crew and an opportunity to view all 12 U.S. islands and numerous Canadian islands.
Stylishly appointed passenger lounges, featuring Cushioned Seats and Carpeted Decks provide for MAXIMUM Passenger Comfort! While, Thrilling Open-Air Seating is avail. . .
We are fabulous foodies, persnickety purveyors and artful artisans under one 44,000-square-foot roof peddling the fresh, the tasty, the exotic, the beautiful and the special.
To get fresh, locally grown produce, herbs and goodies, you have two choices:
The hard way: Grow it yourself.
The easy way: Support small, local farmers and get thyself to the North Market's east patio every Saturday during the growing season (roughly April through late October/early November) starting at 8 a.m. for homegrown fresh-picked produce.
Launched in the Fall of 2009, the North Market School of Cookin. . .
The Cincinnati Zoo was recently rated the #1 attraction locally and one of the top zoos in the nation by Zagat Survey. It was recognized by Parents Magazine as #7 on the “Top 10 Best Zoos for Kids.” Over one million people visit the Zoo's award-winning exhibits, and more than 500 animal and 3000 plant species annually.. . .
Hyde Park Golf & Country Club golf course offers a very challenging and enjoyable experience for golfing members. A Donald Ross Designed Golf Course, Hyde Park is characterized by its distinctive ground features. Impeccable greens and rolling fairways set in an abundance of mature trees are a wonderful blend of challenge and forgiveness. The golf course also features four memorable par threes which place a high demand on quality shot making.. . .
Our Golf Course is one of the oldest and most unique in the Greater Cincinnati area. Originally designed in 1923 by Golf Course Architects, Langford and Moreau, Clovernook remains virtually the same. The two creeks winding throughout the course, the lake fronting both 17 and 18, the gently rolling terrain, numerous varieties of 100+ year old trees, and the lightning fast greens give our players all the challenge necessary for a great day of golf. In 2001 we underwent a bunker renovation to bring Clovernook back to the original nature of the golf course. Our recent emphasis on horticultural. . .
California Golf Course is situated on gently sloping terrain overlooking the Ohio River; the course's beauty is only outdone by a spectacular layout. Both challenging for advanced players and welcoming of beginners, the course is known for its friendly atmosphere and towering old growth trees.. . .
Deer Run is quickly gaining recognition as the premier public golf destination in the tri-state. Nestled in the rolling hills of western Cincinnati, Deer Run is surrounded by majestic trees, panoramic Ohio River Valley views, and abundant wildlife.
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