Whether your idea of the perfect getaway includes exploring Native American cultures, marveling at world-class art and music, or hiking through pristine forests, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Ohio. From Italian frescoes recovered from the ashes of Pompeii to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Week, Ohio will satisfy even the most veteran travelers’ thirst for new experiences this summer.
Following are just a few highlights of the new exhibits, attractions and events that make Ohio “Too Much Fun For Just One Day!”
The Cincinnati Museum Center is home to an array of archeological treasures dating back to the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. “A Day in Pompeii” features room-sized frescos, bronze and marble sculptures, priceless artifacts and body casts frozen in time.
The Rock Hall and Cleveland hold a weeklong series of events that showcase this internationally followed event. Activities include two free public concerts, a gospel tribute concert, lecture series and the opening of the new Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library & Archives.
Michael Jackson transformed music and entertained the world. This tribute to Michael Jackson, his music and his talent is a non-stop high-energy performance that recreates MJ’s all-out concerts. Put on your “Thriller” jacket, sequined glove and head out for an amazing show.
Valley Zipline Tours, Lancaster
The main Zip Line Course features 17 zip lines that traverse the tree canopy and the valley, including dual racing zips. The mini Zip Course consists of four small zips built in the trees and perfect for beginners and children.
“Dinosaurs Alive!” roars to life at Cedar Point. Visitors can interact with 48 life-size animatronic dinosaurs that will roar and move, evening trying their hands at the controls of some, providing an educational yet spine-tingling adventure.
If you want to find out all about Ohio “Too Much Fun For Just One Day!”, check out DiscoverOhio.com.
You can also view the Ohio eTravel Guide (electronic version) or order our Ohio Travel Guide by mail (Shipping available to U.S. and Canada only). When you order the Guide, you’ll also receive the current Ohio Calendar of Events.