Is Ohio a hot tourist destination? That depends, how do you feel about election ads, newscaster accents and spazzy climates?
I’m kidding, don’t write us off just yet. We have things. Lots of things. We house the best college football team in the nation (O-H!), we have miles and miles of gorgeous beaches along Lake Erie, we have the internationally recognized amusement park, Cedar Point, and we have a wonderful mix of gorgeous rural farm land and booming cities… like Cleveland.
No, really. Cleveland. Um, Drew Carey didn’t sing about it for nothin’, Cleveland does rock, especially when it comes to kids.
We’re about an hour and a half outside the city, but driving in for the weekend is absolutely worth it, and it’s something we do often. You know, when you want to getaway from your messy house and enjoy some amazing food (that you don’t cook), sleep in a bed (you don’t have to make), and keep your small kids entertained (without spending a house payment). Our last trip to Cleveland was all about culture, food and exploration.
The facts: Cleveland is home to The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Browns, Christmas Story House and Museum (yeah, that one), local boutiques, and is a virtual foodie paradise; from the West Side Market to breweries to stellar chefs such as Michael Symon and Jonathon Sawyer. And so much more.
So what does a weekend in Cleveland look like?
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What does a weekend in Cleveland look like to you?