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Discover Ohio - State Bird - Cardinal

Discover the State of Ohio

Cleveland Night Skyline
Cleveland Night Skyline

Small town charm and hospitality can be found in every nook and cranny of Ohio. Once-great cities that had briefly floundered, like Cleveland and Cincinnati, are now thriving magnificently. Art and cultural events are oozing from Ohio's larger cities (and many of the smaller ones), making Ohio a prime destination for most travelers. 

From the music lover to the thrill seeker, major attractions such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (in Cleveland), Cedar Point Amusement Park (in Sandusky) and the Amish Country (in central Ohio) offer something for everyone.

For the business traveler, Ohio cities also boast a large amount of convention and meeting space within walking distance of major downtown hotels and shopping areas.

C O N V E N T I O N   V I S I T O R S   B U R E A U S

Cincinnati is a city like no other, with a variety of attractions, entertainment and cultural events to tempt the entire family. Find out more from the Cincinnati Convention & Visitors Bureau website.

Cleveland's success story today is fueled by an on-going commitment to growth and a global vision for the future. It boasts world-class cultural institutions, major-league sports, state-of-the-art attractions, unique ethnic flavor and internationally acclaimed health institutions. Before your next trip to the city, visit Positively Cleveland for great travel ideas.

Designed to make planning a visit to southeast Ohio’s Hocking Hills simple, offers links to accommodations, attractions, shops and all members of the Hocking Hills Tourism Association. Guests can check availability for all area lodging and access website links for attractions and special events and festivals, as well as the area’s state and national forests and the six areas within Hocking Hills State Park.

Licking County beckons to those who seek fine dining and accommodations, rural charm and city conveniences. Over a dozen golf courses up for the challenge, recreational hot spots and natural excursions just awaiting your visit.

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Historical Note: When Cleveland's Detroit-Superior High Level Bridge was completed in 1918, it was the longest double-deck, reinforced concrete bridge in the world.