Top 6 Cities to Visit in Ohio

Whether you're planning a trip to Ohio from across the United States or you're a native Ohioan looking for a fun day trip, you've come to the right place! We've got a list of the major cities to visit in Ohio, complete with popular attractions to enjoy in each location. Let's find your new favorite place in the Buckeye State


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Of course, you have to start with the state capital of Ohio, the location of The Ohio State University! For a relaxed, cultured day, dine at gorgeous restaurants in the Short North Arts District, grab a coffee at Stauf's, take in gorgeous art at the Columbus Museum of Art, and shop for books at the gorgeous Book Loft in German Village. 

But that’s not all! You can also catch a baseball game at Huntington Park, enjoy natural beauty at Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens and the Columbus Zoo, explore the interactive exhibits at COSI and Otherworld, and shop all day long at the Easton Town Center.

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If you love spending time in big cities, Cincinnati is the best place you can visit in the state of Ohio. Visit the epic Cincinnati Zoo, put on your learning cap at the Cincinnati History Museum, take in beauty at the Cincinnati Art Museum, or catch an FC Cincinnati soccer game at TQL Stadium. 

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The beautiful city of Cleveland is another must-see! Outdoor enthusiasts will love hiking deep gorges at Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the whole family will enjoy the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, art aficionados will be impressed by the Cincinnati Art Museum, and sports fans can enjoy baseball games at Progressive Field.

If you make some beautiful memories in Cleveland and want a souvenir, check out our Cleveland Abstract Wall Hanging, Cleveland Skyline Wall Decoration, or Cleveland, Ohio Street Map.


While you're in northern Ohio, make sure to spend a day at Cedar Point Amusement Park. Set against a Great Lake, this exciting amusement park is the second-longest running amusement park in the United States. But that doesn't stop them from being innovative and up-to-date on their coasters. They have multiple record-breaking rides, and are constantly working on new world-class roller coasters that blow their past ones out of the water! Speaking of water, there's a water park right next to the shores of Lake Erie. 

We have some great Sandusky-themed keepsakes on our site! You might love our Sandusky, Ohio Street Map or our Lake Erie Street Map.


Nature lovers, the Hocking Hills area in Logan, Ohio is for you! It is full of rolling hills, secluded cabins, outdoor activities, and delicious bakeries in Amish country. Take a stop at Hocking Hills State Park and visit Ash Cave and Old Man's Cave at any time of year, and enjoy the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls.

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Yellow Springs

This is a unique place full of hippies, and if you visit it, you might just run into its most famous resident, Dave Chappelle. Grab some crispy fried cheese curds and homemade ice cream at Young's Jersey Dairy and enjoy them next to the on-site petting zoo! 

Take a hike at Glen Helen Nature Preserve, John Bryan State Park, or Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve. Visit the local breweries, art co-ops, and local shops, including a vintage comic book store. Another must is Clifton Mill-- you can participate in their pancake-eating challenge all year round, but during the winter, you can enjoy their giant Christmas light display, one of the largest in the nation!

Ohio is one of the most underrated states in the nation. If you live in Ohio or have had fun times there, preserve your memories with a stunning wooden Ohio map you can hang in your home.

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