Best places to visit in Ohio: discover the Top destinations of Ohio
Ohio is a leading producer of machine, tires and rubber products, steel, processed goods, tools and other manufactured goods. Hispanics constitute a majority of the population.
The state of Ohio has a diverse range of attractions to offer. The award winning building of Akron Art Museum houses a resplendent art collection. The Bethlehem Cave and Nativity Museum is an exact recreation of the cave in which Jesus was born. The Bob Evans Farm, in Rio Grande, has something for everyone—the Homestead Museum and the shop in the Craft Barn. The Warther Carving Museum is a unique experience for all with some of the most exquisite sculptures on display by the artist.
1911 Wright ‘B’ Flyer was built in honour of the Wright Brothers. It is a hangar and museum with an aircraft for public viewing. The Canal Museum, located on the
Miami-Erie Canal displays feature of the early industry in Middletown. To get a taste of traditional village life, visit the Century village Museum.
Ohio is multicultural in nature with the Panegyri Greek Festival and the ‘Viva Italia’ Italian Festival, both being celebrated with equal fervour, in the state. The American Festival, in Centerville, is a complete Independence Day celebration, including parades and fireworks, attracting about 60,000 spectators.