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OHIO 2017

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69 w w w . o h i o h a s i t . c o m HARTVILLE MARKETPLACE AND FLEA MARKET 330-877-9860 hartvillemarketplace.com Contact: Trista Todd info@hartvillemarketplace.com The Hartville MarketPlace has grown into a 3-acre indoor, year-round shopping experi- ence that you have to see to believe. Over 100 independently-owned, indoor shops. It is air conditioned and heated for year-round comfort. It also is handicap accessible, with a convenient elevator to the 2nd floor. HOWER HOUSE MUSEUM 330-972-6909 howerhouse.org Contact: Linda Bussey howerhouse@uakron.edu Hower House is an 1871 Victorian Mansion with treasures collected around the world. Open February-December with changing exhibits. Tour includes all three floors fol- lowed by shopping in the Cellar Door Store, a gift shop in the former servants' quarters. In warm months, the Carriage House is open with restored horse-drawn vehicles and a permanent exhibit. LEHMAN'S 800-438-5346 lehmans.com Contact: Glenda Ervin glenda.ervin@lehmans.com What started in 1955 as a hardware store for the local Amish community has now grown into an experience unlike any other that takes you back in time. From old fash- ioned treats and sodas to practical, non- electric goods, Lehman's has all you need to lead a simpler life! MAPS AIR MUSEUM 330-896-6332 mapsairmuseum.org Contact: Kim Kovesci kovesci.kim@mapsairmuseum.org Military Aviation Preservation Society, MAPS Air Museum's mission is to educate the public on the history of aviation and its impact on man. We display 47 aircraft and over 60 world class displays in our Gallery of Heroes. Tour guides tell stories associated with these local heroes who sacrificed so much for our freedom. MCCOOK HOUSE 800-600-7172 ohiohistory.org Contact: Mallory Skrobot mskrobot@ohiohistory.org Tour the pre-civil war home of Daniel McCook, now a museum honoring this Ohio family remembered as the "Fighting McCooks" for the large number of members who served in the Civil War. MCKINLEY PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM 330-455-7043 mckinleymuseum.org Contact: Joyce Yut joyceyut@aol.com The McKinley Presidential Library & Museum is a family friendly history and science museum. The Museum includes the McKinley Gallery with presidential memorabilia, a life size Street, an interactive science center with dinosaurs and the Hoover-Price Planetarium. Changing exhibits are offered in the Keller Gallery and more history is available in their permanent exhibit, The Stark County Story. The McKinley National Memorial is on the grounds. MUSEUM OF CERAMICS 800-600-7180 ohiohistory.org Contact: Mallory Skrobot mskrobot@ohiohistory.org Get fired up in the nation's Pottery Capital at a museum devoted to wares made by the hundreds of potteries that once operated in the area. See the largest public display of the rare American porcelain, Lotus Ware. NAUTICA QUEEN 216-696-8888 nauticaqueen.com Contact: Colleen Grey c.grey@nauticaqueen.com The Nautica Queen, Cleveland's luxury cruise dining ship, features Lunch, Sunday Brunch and Dinner cruises from Easter through New Year's Eve. All cruises include an unlimited buffet meal and musical enter- tainment. Oldies and Luau Lunches are per- fect for senior groups. Friday & Saturday Dinner cruises include a DJ and are great for student groups. OHIO STAR THEATER AT DUTCH VALLEY 855-344-7547 ohiostartheater.com Contact: Kriss Ott kott@dhgroup.com Located on the Dutch Valley Campus, min- utes away from I-77, experience all the state- of-the-art Ohio Star Theater has to offer (opening March 2017)! Spend a fun-filled, family-friendly evening enjoying a memo- rable performance. From unforgettable char- acters to old-fashioned simplicity to non-stop laughter, Ohio Star Theater is the place to let your heart sing and your spirit soar. OHIO STATION OUTLETS 330-948-9929 ohiostationoutlets.com Contact: Danielle Newport danielle@ohiostationoutlets.com Ohio Station Outlets features a lineup of nationally-known retail brands and estab- lished Ohio-based retailers to bring the per- fect mix of national and local to the exurban market. Only at Ohio Station Outlets will you discover locally grown and curated goods alongside your favorite national brands such as Under Armour Clearance House, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Gymboree Outlet, Gap Outlet, and more. Hop aboard our vintage trains running seven days a week, weather permitting, and attend family fun events throughout the year. PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME 330-588-3611 profootballhof.com Contact: Susan Campbell susan.campbell@profootballhof.com The Hall of Fame is a MUST for any fan's bucket list. Join the millions who have lived the dream. Voted Ohio's #1 Tourist Attraction, the Pro Football Hall of Fame offers the ulti- mate family bonding experience. Guests of all ages will immerse themselves in football's cathedral of Bronze Busts. ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME 888-764-7625 rockhall.com Contact: Sharrona Burns sburns@rockhall.org We engage, teach and inspire through the power of rock and roll. The experience includes 4 theaters, multiple interactive stations and 7 levels of exhibits that tell the story of the world's most powerful art form. We make connections, tell stories and do it with the energy and power of rock. SCHOENBRUNN VILLAGE 800-752-2711 ohiohistory.org Contact: Mallory Skrobot mskrobot@ohiohistory.org Tour this reconstructed Delaware Indian mission community of the 1770s and see log buildings, gardens and the original mis- sion cemetery. SHAKER HISTORICAL MUSEUM 800- 860-6078 ohiohistory.org Contact: Mallory Skrobot mskrobot@ohiohistory.org Discover Shaker Heights through the story of the North Union Shakers who once lived on the site of today's Shaker Heights, plus exhibits telling the story of the planned suburban community developed there in the early 20th century. STAN HYWET HALL AND GARDENS 330-315-3284 stanhywet.org Contact: Pamela Courrier pcourrier@stanhywet.org Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens is the former American Country Estate of F.A.Seiberling, co-founder of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. The estate features a historic 65-room Tudor Revival Manor, Gothic Conservatory, Gate Lodge (birthplace of Alcoholics Anonymous), and 70 acres of artistically landscaped grounds and formal gardens. TALLMADGE CHURCH 844-288-7710 ohiohistory.org Contact: Mallory Skrobot mskrobot@ohiohistory.org Step inside an 1825 Federal-style church that's an architectural landmark and reminder of northeast Ohio's New England heritage. THE CORNER ALLEY - DOWNTOWN 216-298-4104 thecorneralley.com Contact: Mary Lessick mlessick@thecorneralley.com BOWL THEM OVER WITH YOUR NEXT PARTY! The Corner Alley is the ultimate entertain- ment destination for groups up to 600. With state-of-the-art bowling and gaming, deli- cious meals, an expansive drink selection and an atmosphere loaded with fun and energy. Located in two of Cleveland's most vibrant neighborhoods. THE CORNER ALLEY - UPTOWN 216-539-0741 thecorneralley.com Contact: Mary Lessick mlessick@thecorneralley.com BOWL THEM OVER WITH YOUR NEXT PARTY! The Corner Alley is the ultimate entertain- ment destination for groups up to 600. With state-of-the-art bowling and gaming, deli- cious meals, an expansive drink selection and an atmosphere loaded with fun and energy. Located in two of Cleveland's most vibrant neighborhoods. THE TWISTED OLIVE 330-899-0550 thetwistedolive.com Contact: Nichole Cardinale ncardinale@gervasivineyard.com The Twisted Olive provides a unique, mod- ern, and vibrant dining experience. Nestled in a beautiful park setting with private rooms for groups, this modern restaurant estate overlooks a beautiful landscape. Customizable group menus feature classic Italian American fare and wine samples of Gervasi Vineyard's award-winning wines. GV Destinations Property.

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