Top Tourist Attractions in Dayton – Travel Guide Ohio

Top Tourist Attractions in Dayton – Travel Guide Ohio

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3 Popular Attractions In Ohio

  • Cincinnati Museum Center: A group of three museums in the same building in Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Ohio Facts:

    • East Liverpool was the beginning point of the United States Public Land Survey. The location was the area from which a rectangular-grid land survey system was established under the Ordinance of 1785. The survey provided for administration and subdivision of land in the Old Northwest Territory. The Ordinance stipulated that all public lands were to be divided into townships six miles square.
    • Ohio University was founded in 1804 at Athens and is recognized as the first university in Ohio and in the Northwest Territory.
    • Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, is also an Ohio native.
    • Ohio's state flower is the carnation and the state bird is the cardinal.
    Cleveland
    City of Cleveland
    Official seal of Cleveland

    Nicknames:

    The Forest City
    (for more, see full list)
    Motto(s):

    Progress & Prosperity

    Interactive maps of Cleveland
    Coordinates:

    41°28′56″N 81°40′11″W / 41.48222°N 81.66972°W / 41.48222; -81.66972Coordinates: 41°28′56″N 81°40′11″W / 41.48222°N 81.66972°W / 41.48222; -81.66972

    Country United States
    State Ohio
    County Cuyahoga
    Founded July22, 1796; 225 years ago(1796-07-22)
    Incorporated (village) December23, 1814; 207 years ago(1814-12-23)
    Incorporated (city) March6, 1836; 186 years ago(1836-03-06)[1]
    Named for Moses Cleaveland
    Government

    •Type Strong mayor / Council
    •Body Cleveland City Council
    Mayor Justin Bibb (D)
    Area

    City 82.49sqmi (213.65km2)
    •Land 77.74sqmi (201.35km2)
    •Water 4.75sqmi (12.30km2)
    Elevation

    653ft (199m)
    Population

    City 372,624
    •Rank 54th in the United States
    2nd in Ohio
    •Density 4,793.21/sqmi (1,850.63/km2)
    Metro

    2,088,251 (34th)
    Demonym(s) Clevelander
    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP Codes
    ZIP Codes[6]
    Area code 216
    FIPS code 39-16000
    GNIS feature ID 1066654[3]
    Major airports Hopkins International
    Burke Lakefront
    Interstates I-71.svg I-77.svg I-90.svg I-480.svg I-490.svg
    Rapid Transit GCRTA wordmark logo.svg
    Website clevelandohio.gov

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    Top Tourist Attractions in Dayton – Travel Guide Ohio:
    National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Carillon Historical Park, Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, Dayton Art Institute, Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, America's Packard Museum – The Citizens Motorcar Co, Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, The Wright Cycle Company Complex, Woodland Cemetery & Arboretum, Oregon District, Huffman Prairie Flying Field, RiverScape MetroPark

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