10 Best Tourist Attractions in Cleveland, Ohio

10 Best Tourist Attractions in Cleveland, Ohio

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3 Popular Attractions In Ohio

  • The Wilds: Safari park in Cumberland, Ohio.
  • Ohio Facts:

    • The Pro Football Hall of Fame is located in Canton.
    • Marietta was Ohio’s first permanent settlement. Founded in 1788 by General Rufus Putnam and named in honor of Marie Antoinette, then queen of France.
    • Ohio didn't officially become a state until 1953. It was declared a state in 1803, but didn't get the presidential stamp of approval until President Dwight Eisenhower signed off. He backdated the declaration to the original date.
    • Agriculture is the largest industry in Ohio, contributing $93 billion a year to the economy.
    State of Ohio

    The Buckeye State;
    Birthplace of Aviation; The Heart of It All

    Anthem: Beautiful Ohio (1969)[2]
    Hang On Sloopy (1985)[3]
    Map of the United States with Ohio highlighted

    Map of the United States with Ohio highlighted
    Country United States
    Admitted to the Union March 1, 1803[4] (17th,
    declared retroactively on
    August 7, 1953[5])

    (and largest city)

    Largest metro and urban areas Greater Cleveland (Combined and urban)
    Greater Cincinnati (metro)
    Greater Columbus (metro)
    (see footnotes)[8]

    Governor Mike DeWine (R)
    Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted (R)
    Legislature General Assembly
    Upper house Senate
    Lower house House of Representatives
    Judiciary Supreme Court of Ohio
    U.S. senators Sherrod Brown (D)
    Rob Portman (R)
    U.S. House delegation 12 Republicans
    4 Democrats (list)

    •Total 44,825sqmi (116,096km2)
    •Land 40,948sqmi (106,156km2)
    •Water 3,877sqmi (10,040km2) 8.7%
    •Rank 34th

    •Length 220mi (355km)
    •Width 220mi (355km)

    850ft (260m)

    1,549ft (472m)

    455ft (139m)

    •Total 11,799,448 [11]
    •Rank 7th
    •Density 282/sqmi (109/km2)
    •Rank 10th
    Median household income

    •Income rank

    Demonym(s) Ohioan; Buckeye[13] (colloq.)

    Official language De jure: None
    De facto: English
    Spoken language English 93.3%
    Spanish 2.2%
    Other 4.5%[14]
    Time zone UTC– 05:00 (Eastern)
    •Summer (DST) UTC– 04:00 (EDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    ISO 3166 code US-OH
    Traditional abbreviation O., Oh.
    Latitude 38°24′ N to 41°59′ N
    Longitude 80°31′ W to 84°49′ W
    Website ohio.gov


    10 Best Tourist Attractions in Cleveland, Ohio

    8 thoughts on “10 Best Tourist Attractions in Cleveland, Ohio

    1. June through August, Cleveland showcases many live bands and art festivals. Parade the Circle in June is an awesome kickoff to the Cleveland summer. Then Clevelanders are entertained with weekly free concerts through August – Wade Oval Wednesdays, Edgewater Live and Euclid Live. Our summer comes to a close with the Labor Day Airshow. I Love CLE.

    2. Looks like there is so much to check out around where you made this video. How often do you visit this particular area? Please join us too on our travels around fun places in Singapore. 🙂 Hope to see more from you.

    3. The Cleveland Symphony Orchestra and Severance Hall are world-renowned! The Western Reserve Historical Society, The Auto-Aviation Museum, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, countless Comunity Colleges, some of the best and most diverse live theatre to be found in one place, the Lakefront, spectacular homes not commonly seen, including Shaker Heights, Cleveland Heights, Lakewood, etc. Community gardens commonly found both suburban and urban. More and more multi-use renewal happening in Midtown and beyond. Incredible history and architecture downtown. Ready access to gorgeous Metroparks system. Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Stunning four seasons. A hopping music and poetry scene. Cleveland, well….ROCKS.

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