We continue our series on Central Ohio Libraries with a visit to Wagnalls Memorial Library in Lithopolis, Ohio.
The Columbus Metropolitan Library has much more to see than just books. Central Ohio Libraries provide a unique day trip that is free, fun and education. In addition to books, you can check out the architecture and history of the libraries often they offer unique artworks on display.
Visiting the Ohio State Fair is a must do for an Ohio summer. There’s so much to do including livestock, entertainment, food and more!
Visit a Walk with Hawks at the Ohio School of Falconry in Columbus, Ohio. You can learn about the birds and falconry and even have a hawk land on your hand.
Renting a Tesla for vacation gave us the opportunity to provide you with an electric vehicle review. Renting a Tesla for a trip in an unknown city may be different than owning one. We take a quick look at the rental experience. Was it convenient? Was it a good ride? Should you rent one for your next trip?
Take a look at our whirlwind visit to St Louis and our One Day at Gateway Arch National Park, our smallest National Park. Though I agree with the argument that the Gateway Arch is a bit small to be a national park, it is still an important piece of our American puzzle. The museum and visitor center is easily the finest of all the national parks that I have visited.
We spent a lovely summer day visiting Gervasi Vineyards in Canton, Ohio. It’s a little slice of Italy with ways to stay, play, dine and relax.
Take a look at our Krazy Bins experience. We visited Krazy Bins in Mentor, Ohio to check out this shopping craze. Prices aren’t per item, they’re per day! Each day of the week is assigned a price. The first day items are put out they are $13 each and they decrease in price everyday until each item is just $1!
Beautiful Ohio is our official state song, Hang on Sloopy the official rock anthem. Can we add Elle King’s Ohio as the official country tune?
Visiting the Ohio History Center in Columbus was both a throwback to grade school field trips and an introduction to their new exhibits. You can also visit the Ohio Village, which is a village complete with costumed actors circa 1898.