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What to see in Ohio
The state of Ohio may strike visitors as a state first and foremost known for its industry, but nonetheless, the state has a lot to offer those looking for a break away, and something perhaps a little different.
This Midwest state offers its guests outdoor activity, hiking in the Hocking Hills State Park being one of the most popular ways to breathe in some fresh air. Exploring Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland are what most visitors prioritise; cities like Cincinnati and Cleveland have undergone major rejuvenation and are now attractive cities, having successfully managed to exchange factories and warehouses for gleaming downtown centres. Cincinnati offers a variety of museums, galleries, fine dining and shopping, while Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a major, internationally-acclaimed attraction.
Fascinating neighbourhoods, miles of parklands and a revitalised lakefront image are drawing visitors to this city on the shores of Lake Erie. The state capital of Columbus is the main hub of education, research and commerce and is a lively college city with fine architecture and several interesting museums, lots of which are a drawcard for the history buffs among visitors.
Ohio is also a family-friendly state offering children and adults alike memorable activities. The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is a great choice for families travelling the state, as is the Cedar Point Amusement Park, one of the largest amusement parks in the country. The Children's Museum, and the Cleveland Natural History Museum are also well-liked attractions by those who visit the state.
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