April 10th trip
Wagon Trails Animal Park
Hour long safari ride in northeast Ohio. Get up close and personal with over 350 animals from around the world. Feed camels, zebras, bison and many others from your pail of zoofood. Relax and enjoy as our safari guide drives you through 65 acres of ponds, woods and exotic animals. Bird aviary and petting zoo also included. Safaris leave throughout the day. Admission price includes bucket of zoofood for safari ride. In what was once a dairy barn is now where you can grab a snack or souvenir in our lovely giftshop. Picnic facility for up to 300.
- Address: 907 Youngstown Kingsville Rd SE
Vienna, Ohio 44473
- Phone: Local Number: 330-539-4494
- Website: http://www.wagontrails.com
Akron Fossils & Science Center
Akron Fossils & Science Center is a museum and Science Center devoted to teaching Creation Science and Intelligent Design models in contrast to Evolutionary models for the history of life.
The Science Center features hands on science as well as many fossils from Ohio and around the world. Individuals, families, as well as groups will enjoy our interesting displays as they journey through a series of questions in search of truth.
Truassic Park which is attached to the Science Center is an outdoor playground with scientific principles and a dinosaur theme for all ages.
Learn how to make a paper airplane on our tour that will fly 200 ft. and go outside to our "Dino Launch" and fly it. Come to "Pterodactyl Territory" and take a ride on our 200 ft. zip line, our 20 ft. giant swing, our 12 ft. four person helicopter swing, and our giant slide. Ask us about birthday parties, special events and our summer camp!
Discounts for families and groups!
- Address: 2080 S. Cleveland-Massillon Rd.
Copley, Ohio 44321
- Phone: Local Number: 3306653466
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.akronfossils.com/news
The Children's Museum of Cleveland
Discover the world and learn through play! Offering a variety of hands-on, family-oriented exhibits and programming, The Children’s Museum of Cleveland is “the” Northeast Ohio destination and resource for all young children, parents and caregivers to engage in fun, innovative, interactive play that accelerates the child’s creativity, development and education. Permanent exhibits include Splish! Splash! exploring the world of water and weather; Bridges to Our Community, a miniature Cleveland designed for interactive, imaginary role-play and including a safety car, 2-story house and replica Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital; and Big Red Barn designed specifically for infants and toddlers age 4 and under. The Children's Museum also offers a variety of activities, camps and workshops year-round for children, birth to age 8.Located within the Museum is our official gift shop, ELF Corner for Early Learning Fun! Filled with entertaining and educational toys, books, plush and puzzles, it is the perfect place to find that special gift that will continue the learning long after your visit. For additional information, schedule of events, and directions to The Children's Museum of Cleveland, call 216-791-KIDS.
- Address: 10730 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
- Phone: Local Number: 2167917114
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.clevelandchildrensmuseum.org/
Great Lakes Science Center
Great Lakes Science Center is the premiere informal science education and entertainment resource for Northeast Ohio and beyond. Located on the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland, the Great Lakes Science Center demonstrates the intersection of science, environment and technology through hundreds of interactive exhibits, daily science demonstrations and workshops, themed traveling exhibitions, a six-story OMNIMAX®Theater and the Steamship William G Mather. The Science Center is also home to the new NASA Glenn Visitor Center - the only NASA Visitor Center north of the Mason-Dixon line.
Most recently, the Great Lakes Science Center has added advanced energy to Cleveland’s skyline with a 150-ft wind turbine and a solar array canopy.
- Address: 601 Erieside Ave
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
- Phone: Local Number: 2166942000
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.greatscience.com
Amish Country Riding Stables - Charm
Featured in "America's Horse" August 2009 Issue. Take a Guided Horseback Trail Ride in Ohio's Amish Country at the Guggisberg Swiss Inn. Enjoy Winter fun with Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides. The Sleigh Ride lasts approximately 20 minutes. Afterwards, come in for hot cocoa and freshly popped popcorn!
Make a memory that will last a lifetime while on horseback. See Amish country in a different way. The ride goes through woods, meadows and hilltops and the views are amazing. This is a unique riding stable for several reasons. One being you are actually riding over Amish land. See ya' there partner! This ride lasts approximately 45 minutes and is limited to 5 riders at one time.
- Address: 5025 State Route 557
PO Box 1
Millersburg, Ohio 44654
- Phone: Local Number: 3308933600
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.guggisbergswissinn.com
End of the Commons General Store
Built in 1840, End of the Commons General Store is Ohio's oldest operating general store located in the heart of Amish country. End of the Commons features over 1000 bulk foods, spices, candies, pastas, trail bologna, Amish country meats & cheeses, roll butter and beef jerky. Some old time favorites are our Old Fashioned recipe root beer, hand-dipped ice cream, variety of popcorn and penny candy.
Throughout the store there are many relics of the past displayed i.e. old grocery items, old scales, cash registers, post office, bean cabinets and the oridinal wooden floor. Yes, the player piano does work! Take a trip down memory lane and stop in for tasty treats from the past.
- Address: 8719 State Route 534
Mesopotamia, Ohio 44439
- Phone: Local Number: 4406934295
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.endofthecommons.com
Mesopotamia Village Historic District
The center of Mesopotamia, better known as the "Commons", is surrounded by 28 buildings, 21 of them built before the Civil War and included on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fairview Cemetery, which was established in 1818 and sits adjacent to the Commons on the east side, features unique stone markers carved out of limestone by local sculptor, Howard Brigden. A number of Civil War veterans are buried here.
The End of the Commons General Store, which has been in continuous operation since the 1840s, sits at the south end of the town’s center.
Today this area is part of the fourth largest Amish settlement in the country and the second largest in Ohio. Here among the tidy farms and whitewashed houses that dot the countryside in rural northwest Trumbull County, this close-knit community makes a living by farming, working in wood or operating a small unique specialty shop.
Across from the General Store on the east side of the Commons sits the worlds's largest Amish horse and buggy which stands 14' high and 32' long.
- Address: State Routes 87 and 534
Mesopotamia, Ohio 44439
- Phone: Local Number: 4406934295