5 Can't Miss Destinations to Visit in Ohio

Pro Football Hall of Fame

Every year, new inductees are enshrined and hundreds of thousands of fans come to pay homage. The Hall of Fame includes a bronze bust of each inductee. The displays throughout the museum provide plenty of information and evoke emotion as well.

America’s Packard Museum

The Packard was an American luxury car that was produced between 1899 and 1958. In the days when a Model A Ford sold for a base price of $850, the Packard started at $2,600. It was considered the American version of Rolls-Royce.

National Museum of the US Air Force

The National Museum of the US Air Force is located on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, and it’s one of the many things to do in Dayton Ohio. Admission is free, and there are more than 350 aerospace vehicles and missiles in the collection.

Carew Tower & New Riff Distilling

Carew Tower may have one of the highest views that you must see in Ohio before you die. We’ve only been here once, but it’s incredible. You get a great view of the Ohio River and the Kentucky border. After you see the view, go to New Riff Distilling right across the border in Kentucky. If you’ve never toured a distillery before, you have to do it at least once. Might as well do it when you go to Cincinnati.

Young’s Dairy

Ice cream and pancakes are two favorite food groups in Ohio. So, they’re obviously on the things to do before you die list. You can’t beat amazing farm-fresh ice cream from Young’s Dairy, especially when you can walk around and see the animals while you enjoy it.

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