The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in northeast Ohio

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Northeast Ohio

Plan on fun days and fabulous nights, with much to see and do in northeast Ohio. Catch the Pro Football and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – and our many culinary claims to fame. From the Lake Erie shores to the scores of museums, festivals and more, northeast Ohio packs plenty of fun per mile.

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Hambden Orchard Wildlife Area

This 842-acre wildlife area is in northeast Ohio, 2 miles south of Hambden on the
east side of State Route 608. Sisson Road provides access to the south ...

Der Dutchman Restaurant Walnut Creek

Our mouth-watering chicken dinners are among our most well-known dishes.
Along with our real mashed potatoes, Amish noodles and dressing, creamed
corn ...

Ashton's 5 & 10

While visiting Carrollton, take a walk thru memory lane and visit Ashton's 5 & 10-
cent Store. The original squeaking wood floors bring to mind a by-gone era ...

Shisler's Cheese House

We are a unique little country store, family owned since 1958, with the "Best
Swiss Cheese in the World." Wonderful Amish Country Cheese, Trail Bologna, ...

Amish Home Craft Shop & Bakery

Beautifully located on an Amish farm in Geauga County. Handmade quilts of all
sizes, baby items, hickory rockers and much more. Many out-of-the-ordinary ...

Berlin Lake Wildlife Area

This 8,518-acre wildlife area is situated in northeast Ohio both north and south of
U.S. Route 224. The western part can be reached from State Route 225, the ...

Columbiana Inn Bed & Breakfast

A 1904 Beaux Arts style home just two blocks north of the town circle is the
setting for a classic century home that has been transformed into a warm &
inviting ...

Christmas at the J. E. Reeves Victorian Home

Enjoy the magic of Christmas at the J. E. Reeves Victorian Home and Carriage
House Museum. Every year the home is fully decorated for Christmas including a
 ...

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Moore House Museum/Black River Historical Society of Lorain

The Moore House, home of the Black River Historical Society, is the museum for
the City of Lorain. The museum is located in a home built in 1906, in the ...

Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area

This 5671-acre wildlife area is situated in northeastern Ohio in portions of Wayne
and Holmes counties. County and township roads provide good access to most ...

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