51659 National Road, Saint Clairsville, OH, US, 43950
- Phone: (740) 526-0128
- Fax: (740) 695-5850
This magnificent mansion was built by a leading Akron Nineteenth Century industrialist, and is a wonderful example of the Second Empire Italianate design; there are twenty eight rooms, and the house is structured so as to radiate outward from a large, central octagonal hall. Built in 1871, and closed only in the month of January, this wonderful mansion offers tours eleven months of the year.
Home to more than four hundred animals from around the world, popular exhibits at this zoo include Tiger Valley, Penguin Point, and Ohio Farmland; the zoo is open year-round.
The fight to end slavery in the United States was the driving force and passion of John Brown
Operated under the aegis of the Summit County Historical Society, that also preserves and maintains the John Brown House and the Old Stone School, this picturesque stone mansion was built by Colonel Simon Perkins Jr., the son of Akron
From the rustic, yet comfortable, confines of a tractor-drawn tour wagon, one may see some of the oldest farmland of the Western Reserve and the breathtaking Brandywine Falls; tours are offered Monday through Friday from June through October. One may choose from picnic tours, narrated guided tours, and more.
A well-rounded park in its own right, this popular park is located within the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, and boasts a network of first-rate hiking trails through meadows and woods; animal lovers can ride horses or watch birds, while snow buffs can enjoy the perfect terrain for snowshoe adventures, cross country skiing, and ice skating.
Tours are free, ands take about an hour, at this historic structure where Alcoholics Anonymous had its origination; there is a gift shop, and a video presentation is featured that documents the history of this organization that has helped so many.
One of the finest examples of Tudor Revival Architecture in America, this sixty-five-room mansion is decorated with treasures from all over the globe, and is located on seventy artfully landscaped acres that include a fully-restored English Garden, a Japanese garden, a lagoon, vistas, scenic alleys and more.
Encompassing over eight thousand acres of parkland, this organization offers twelve parks, a trail for hiking and biking that extends thirty three miles, a thirteen mile Erie and Ohio Canal towpath, and much more for those wanting to get out and enjoy the outdoors. .
Boasts a boardwalk, boat rides, a spectacular view of the falls, a pedestrian mall with antiques, hobby and music shops, international restaurants, and a line-up of special events that includes Friday's Rockin' Fine Arts Festival.
The focal point of this awe-inspiring exhibit is 13 colorful, intricately sculpted scenes depicting the earthly life of Jesus Christ. Visitors shouldn't miss 13 ethereal paintings on velvet or an amphora found in a 2,000 year-old wreckage in the Aegean Sea.
The Fast Lane is the \"ultimate party center.\" They offer bowling, an arcade, a two-story slide, a bar & grill, and concerts, as well as other fun events.