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Welcome to the Buckeye State — 3 Cities You Must-See When Visiting Ohio

This may surprise you, but Ohio is an amazing travel destination. Known as the Buckeye State, it has something for everyone. You'll find a rich heritage and beautiful scenery. While Ohio contains many places of interest, there are three cities must check out: Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland.


Cincinnati is the third largest city in Ohio, and you're going to love it. Incorporated as a town back in 1802, Cincinnati welcomes visitors with its classic 19th century architecture. You'll also see lots of skyscrapers as you cross the Ohio River over the enormous Roebling Suspension Bridge. Tourists have many things to do while visiting this beautiful city. If you go to the Cincinnati Art Museum, you’ll see more than 6,000 years of art. For animal lovers, the city offers the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden. Science buffs will adore the Cincinnati Museum Center, which provides information on history and science.


As you head to the northeast, you’ll find the state's capital and largest city. Like many other towns in Ohio, Columbus is filled with things to do. Residents and visitors alike love COSI (the Center of Science and Industry), which is a unique museum where patrons are encouraged to participate in the hands-on exhibits. Columbus also offers a fine zoo and aquarium. For a truly one-of-a-kind experience, you should visit the German Village, which includes charming cottages and Schiller Park. The German Village contains beautiful brick houses built by 19th-century immigrants. You’ll appreciate the history while eating homemade fudge from the many shops.


Another town you must visit while in Ohio is Cleveland. As the second largest city in the state, it's offers attractions for a broad range of tastes. Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum where you can view various memorabilia, guitars and costumes from the greatest rock legends. Some of the amazing exhibits include those dedicated to Fleetwood Mac, David Bowie and the Rolling Stones. In addition, Cleveland has the Museum of Natural History, which includes a planetarium and prehistoric items that were locally extracted. If you like flowers and plants, you’ll love the Cleveland Botanical Garden. The West Side Market is also a unique find. It's a historic marketplace for meat and produce.

Ohio is a big state with many great places to visit. While each town is unique, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus are three cities you should explore. You’re guaranteed to leave with fond memories.

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