Airstream Factory Tour and Heritage Center– Jackson Center. Watch the production process of Airstream Travel Trailers, then visit the museum filled with vintage Airstream trailers and exhibits.
Armstrong Air & Space Museum – Tribute to Neil Armstrong and Ohioans’ contributions to aviation and space exploration through evolving exhibits.
Cedar Point Amusement Park – Sandusky. World renowned rides, entertainment, food, and games.
Put-in-Bay – South Bass Island. Entertainment for all ages with wineries, shopping, dining, Perry’s Monument, museums, Crystal Cave, and more.
Toledo Zoo & Aquarium – Toledo. See over 720 species of animals from every corner of the world, along with special events throughout the year.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
American Winery – Wauseon. Sample small batch custom wine from this estate vineyard, with pizza, panini, meat & cheese plates.
Angry Bull – Huron. Premier steak house with hand-cut aged beef, prime rib, fresh seafood, delicious apps, and full bar.
C-Town Wings – Celina. Jumbo wings with over a dozen homemade sauces, nachos, and a wood-fired grill with steaks, ribs, chicken, and pork chops.
Findlay Brewing Company – Findlay. Taproom with changing seasonal brews, tasty apps, burgers, sandwiches, flat breads, mac & cheese, soups, and salad.
Tackle Box 2 – Fremont. Famous for its perch and walleye served in a fun atmosphere and eccentric décor with outdoor seating overlooking the river.
Fort Meigs – Perrysburg. Reconstruction of the 1813 largest wooden walled fort in America that withstood 2 British attacks, with reenactments and museum.
National Museum of the Great Lakes – Toledo. Explore a 617-foot cargo ship, a tugboat, as well as photos, interactive exhibits, artifacts, and audiovisual displays.
Sauder Village – Archbold. Ohio’s largest living history destination with costumed craftsmen demonstrating skills from the 1800s.
Wood County Museum – Bowling Green. Former 1800s infirmary filled with area historical exhibits, with 50 manicured acres and arboretum to explore.
Wyandot County Historical Society – Upper Sandusky. The Wyandot County Museum, Indian Mill, and Overland Inn offer tours of area life in the 1800s.
Black Swamp Nature Center – Paulding. Hike 51 acres of nature trails through woods, meadows, and wetlands where birding is popular during migration periods.
Catawba Island State Park – Catawba. Gateway to Lake Erie with 4 launch ramps for fishing & boating, fishing pier, scenic photography, birding, and picnic areas.
Ottawa Metro Park Beach – Lima. 450-ft sand beach swimming lake, water fountain and trampoline, slip-n-slide, and picnic area.
Paddle and Climb – Sandusky. Rent a kayak or stand-up paddleboard on the waters of Sandusky Bay, or tackle the 32-foot indoor climbing wall.
Seneca County Park District – Tiffin. Collection of 11 unique parks and nature preserves offering hiking and horseback trails, wildlife observation, picnic areas, playgrounds, and more.
Bob’s Bargain Barn – Van Wert. Thrift and consignment store with ever-changing inventory of furniture, appliances, antiques, décor, and much more.
Brummer’s Chocolates – Vermilion. House-made chocolates and candies since 1904, also imported fine wines and unique gift items.
Jeffrey’s Antique Gallery – Findlay. Northwest Ohio’s largest dealer with 250 booths filled with treasures and gifts.
Miami & Erie Trading Company – St. Marys. Unique modern-day general store with locally made crafts, antiques, home décor, souvenirs, specialty foods, and more.
Northern Exposure – Port Clinton. Custom made soy candles and melts with nautically-named scents, soaps, and Lake Erie gift items.