Top attractions in Ohio
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1. Cincinnati: Dinner Cruise on the Ohio River
Take in the skyline, watch the river go by, and enjoy a fantastic meal aboard the Belle of Cincinnati. Choose from a wide variety of dinner cruises, all of which include a fully stocked bar and delicious 3-course dinner. Plan a date night with your loved one, on either the Captain's Dinner Cruise, or Admiral Dinner Cruise. Looking for fun with the entire family? Bring the kids and have some family fun and bonding on the Sunday Family Dinner Cruise. There is no dress code, so feel free to enjoy the river in casual or formal wear.
2. Cincinnati: Historic Sightseeing Cruise
Sit back, relax, and enjoy spectacular views of the city along the Ohio River aboard a BB Riverboat on a sightseeing cruise. Take in the sights and sounds of the Queen City and Northern Kentucky, with panoramic views that will take your breath away. See the city unfold before your eyes as you slowly cruise along the Ohio River. Enjoy seeing all the landmarks from a unique vantage point. Listen, as the captain guides your adventure with historic and fascinating commentary of the beautiful river city. A cash bar with snacks will be available for you to purchase on this delightful afternoon river cruise.
3. Ohio River: Sunset Sightseeing Cruise
Experience Cincinnati and the Ohio River on an evening cruise aboard one of the BB Riverboats. Departing from Newport, Kentucky, this tour is scheduled at the perfect time to take in the beauty of the Cincinnati skyline. Along the way, enjoy special entertainment such as music. Customize your cruise experience by choosing from two options: a Sunday early evening cruise or a sunset cruise on a weekday or Saturday.
4. Cincinnati: 1 Hour Guided Walking Ghost Tour
Meet your guide then set off through the atmospheric streets of Cincinnati, known for its Midwest charm. Follow your guide to some of the most haunted locations in the city, and hear the spooky tales they have to tell. Visit Washington Park, the site of at least 2 known murders and home to a lingering dark spirit. Next, encounter the ghost of a child that haunts Memorial Hall, then catch a glimpse of Peter Moelhnann’s ghost, the former pastor of St. Paul’s Evangelical Church, which now houses a pub. By the end of the tour, you’ll have seen a new side of Cincinnati, and have a few spooky stories to take home with you.
5. Niagara Falls, USA: Old Fort & Optional Maid of the Mist
Meet at Hard Rock Café to start you tour of the USA side of Niagara Falls. Travel in a 6-passenger luxury van while your local guide drives you along the State Park, passing Rainbow Bridge, Robert Moses Hydro-Electric Power Plant, the Niagara Gorge and the Whirlpool Aero Car on your way to Old Fort Niagara. Your guide will explain about the formation of the 3 different falls which make up Niagara Falls and the energy that is produced from the power of the Falls to help light New York City. Soon you will arrive at Old Fort Niagara, which takes you back in time to when great empires struggled for control of North America. The fort consists of 18th century buildings where you can enjoy incredible views and take part in exciting living history programs. This tour includes admission to Old Fort Niagara which features: - a 16-minute orientation film. - an actual original American Flag from ...
6. Cleveland: Brewery Tour with Tastings
Enjoy a 3-hour brewery tour through Cleveland's vibrant craft beer scene which includes up to 12 beer samples, and a fresh Brewnut (a craft beer based donut made in Cleveland), and bottled water. Start the tour with a possible visit to Brick and Barrel, founded in 2014 by owner and brewer, Karl Spiesman. Discover how this nano brewery was built brick by brick, and barrel by barrel - hence the name! Admire the old church pews and a blackboard bar top reclaimed from a defunct schoolhouse in the neighborhood. Next, you may visit another brewery such as Terrestrial Brewing. Learn about how a team of self-proclaimed hippies wanted a brewpub in Cleveland that focused on the taproom styles of the Northwest. Let the expert beer guides take you behind-the-scenes to show you the impressive keg-management system which hoists 150-pound kegs and perfectly positions them within the walk-in cooler. ...
We had such a nice time learning about the breweries and trying the different beers. Was relaxed and we felt safe. I would highly recommend this tour and our guide Hannah was informative and helpful and not at all overbearing.
7. LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Columbus
Discover the many LEGO attractions at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Columbus. Blast skeletons on the Kingdom Quest ride, hop aboard a royal chariot to save the princess, and see famous LEGO characters on the big screen at the 4D LEGO Cinema. Take flight on the Merlin’s Apprentice ride, where families control an enchanted cart to conjure the sorcerer’s spell and soar into the sky. Explore MINILAND, a Columbus cityscape made entirely out of LEGO Bricks — over 1.5 million to be exact. Build friendship in LEGO Friends Heartlake City and create new colorful additions to add to their growing town. Get a selfie with a LEGO friend during the visit too. Take on the challenge at the Earthquake Tables and test the strength of a brick tower when the tables start to shake. Create a LEGO racing car at the LEGO Build & Test and race vehicles on the test track for the quickest time.
8. Columbus: Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure
This is your opportunity to engage in an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour sightseeing tour of Columbus. Guided from any smartphone, you will make your way along well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Your adventure will begin at one of the city's historic churches, and will take you through the expansive Capitol grounds and war memorials. Your quest route will make its way to historic theaters, famous hotels, and other locations with incredible outdoor art to best show you the hidden gems of this city. You will explore the scenic park grounds that follow the Scioto River, discovering unique art as you have fun solving clues and completing challenges in Columbus. The tour requires approximately 2 miles of walking, using a smartphone as “the guide” which will allow...
9. Cleveland History Center General Admission Entry Ticket
Learn all about the origins of the city of Cleveland and see why “Cleveland Starts Here” with a visit to the Cleveland History Center. Located in Cleveland’s picturesque University Circle neighborhood, the museum features exhibits and collections that cover the past 200 years and up to the present day. Hear the stories of the many contributions that the city of Cleveland has made in architecture, automobiles, and other industries. See one of the most comprehensive costume and textile collections in the country, wander through 2 historic mansions, and take a ride of the historic Euclid Beach Park grand carousel. Browse the vast and varied collections that cover family history, community history, entrepreneurship, and technological innovation and embrace the sense of space that the Cleveland History Center provides to locals and visitors alike.
10. Cleveland: Private City Tour
Embark on a jam-packed tour of Cleveland which takes you through history to the present-day. See a range of districts and sights including Millionaire's Row, the theater district, and revitalized neighborhoods full of restaurants, churches, and impressive architecture. Start your tour downtown where you will meet your private guide. First, head over to Ohio City and Tremont neighborhoods. Then, go east to University Circle to see the Cleveland Museum of Art, Historical Society, Natural Science Museum, Botanical Garden, Severance Hall, Case Western Reserve University, and Lakeview Cemetery. Next, drive through Little Italy to visit historic homes of The Heights. Take a stroll through West Side Market - an indoor/outdoor market with a wide variety of fresh and ethnic foods. Discover Playhouse Square, the 2nd largest theater complex in the US comprised of 6 restored theaters. Other hig...
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The waitress Angela was wonderful and the food was delicious
Great afternoon and lots of fun music and history !