Exciting Amusement & Water Park with over 80 rides, slides & attractions for all ages including a Giant Wave Pool, the Kidz Slide ’N Spray Zone, & the Ravine Flyer II - ranked as the 5th Best Wooden Coaster in the World.
Every summer from June through August, Historic Rabbit Run Theater produces outstanding live theater in one of Ohio's few remaining barn theaters.
Pheasant Run Airport & Aviation Museum offers visitors a nostalgic return to an earlier era with its collection of 20-plus airplanes with impressive historical backgrounds.
LCHS is home to a museum, research library, and meeting space. Onsite and offsite speakers and custom tours available. $7 museum admission. 10-2 Tues - Fri and 1-4 Sat.
Promoting agriculture and developing our future leaders in a family fun atmosphere for 163 years.
Dedicated to preserving Finnish heritage and cultural traditions with displays of books, documents, records & artifacts.
A national historic site of a marine museum & lighthouse tower that is open to the public and provides spectacular views of Lake Erie.
Museum & library displaying Native American artifacts and crafts. See prehistoric items (10,000 B.C. to 1650 A.D.) from this area and around Ohio. Call ahead.
Indoor ice skating complex with two regulation-size ice rinks, a studio rink, locker rooms and a snack bar. The arena is open year-round.
The 20th president's home features Garfield’s presidential memorial library & his private study, many original furnishings, and memorabilia from the Garfield family.
120-acre lakefront park with Ohio's longest natural sand beach. Features swimming, restrooms, paved hiking trail, fishing, playground and large shaded picnic area with grills.
The Arboretum features natural areas and beautiful gardens. The Murch Canopy Walk and Kalberer Tower offer guests a new perspective on Ohio's forests. Non-member fees apply.
Lake Metroparks Farmpark is a family-oriented science & cultural center devoted to agriculture, farming and country life. Admission applies.
Constructed in the 1830s, this National Historic Landmark was the first temple built by Joseph Smith and his followers. Main season is May-October. Visit website for hours.
A meticulously restored 19th century village showcases the vitality and spirit of the early American frontier. Free tours and parking.
This beautiful old gatehouse from the 1890s is modeled after German & English baronial castles. Located in the North Chagrin Reservation.
The Willoughby Area Welcome Center is open year round in the historic Barnes House and provides local information.
The Captains are a Class A minor-league baseball franchise of the Cleveland Indians playing home games at Classic Park in Eastlake.
View remnants from the Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy: steel from New York’s Trade Center, grass from Shanksville, PA and granite from the Pentagon behind Eastlake City Hall.