Pro Football Hall of Fame
Since 1963, more than seven million visitors have passed through the turnstiles at the museum in Canton, Ohio.The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s nearly 83,000 square feet encompasses the complete history of this great game. From 1892 through the present day, it is all chronicled at the museum in Canton. The Hall is forever changing as it continues to adds new exhibits and mementos.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
This is not your typical museum. Most museums are about the past, but rock and roll is alive and well – and living in Cleveland. And if you love music, this is the place to fully experience it.

Great Lakes Science Center
If you are looking for a hands on, educational, learning experience you and your family can enjoy, than this is the destination. A day at the Great Lakes Science Center is fun-filled, brain building experience. Kick back and enjoy a movie on their OMNIMAX Theater giant screen or get hands on with over 400 exhibits.

The National Inventors Hall of Fame Museum
The National Inventors Hall of Fame museum celebrates over 150 of the men and women whose patented inventions, life-saving tools, labor-saving devices, and technological innovations. You will spend hours wandering through worlds of innovative genius in the exhibits, and explore new worlds at the Inventors Workshop.

Cleveland & Akron Zoos
Plan to take time to visit not only one but two accredited zoos and come nose-to-nose with some of the most beautiful creature that share our world. Their exhibits change so please visit these links to see what experience you can enjoy during your visit.

Wagon Trails Animal Park
Wagon Trails Animal Park is a unique animal adventure. Unlike traditional zoos, animals roam free in an enclosure measured in acres rather than feet. Your safari vehicle will take you through this 60 acre park where you can feed over 300 animals from 6 continents.

Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens
F.A. Seiberling founded The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and built their country estate, “Stan Hywet”, in Akron, Ohio. Visit this magnificent historic house museum and walk the acres of landscaped gardens.

Harry London Chocolate Factory Tour
Forty-five minute guided tours of the 200,000 square foot (18,600 square meter) factory include facts about chocolate production with samples of fresh chocolates provided en route. The Harry London Chocolate Store is the largest in the Midwest, offering over 500 varieties of chocolates and gourmet confectionery.

Amish Country Balloon Tours
Just imagine floating over the trees with a bird’s eye view of Geauga County’s beautiful wildlife areas and picturesque farmland, including the fourth largest Amish community in America.

Century Village – Burton Ohio
Walk through 100 years of history. Century Village Museum is owned and operated by The Geauga County Historical Society. It is a non-profit volunteer institution maintained for public education and historic preservation.

Other Area Attractions
Akron, Ohio Aurora Farms Premium Outlets 
Cleveland, OhioCleveland Botanical Garden 
Cuyahoga Valley National Park  Cuyahoga Valley Scenic RailroadPresident McKinley Memorial Museum