Should residents desire to seek one of the ample cultural or entertainment diversions offered by the Northeast Ohio region, they are just a one to two hour drive away from such major attractions as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the NFL Football Hall of Fame, Inventure Place, Cedar Point Amusement Park, and The Great Lakes Science Center.
Symphony orchestras in Cleveland and Akron, the Ohio Ballet Troupe, Blossom Music Center, word-class art museums in Cleveland and Akron, the Cleveland Playhouse, Playhouse Square and E.J. Thomas Hall ensure a rich selection of cultural experiences.
The region is also home to a variety of fabulous museums, galleries, theaters, shopping centers, and state parks for outdoor pursuits, including the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, historic Hale Farm and Village, and of course, all of the opportunities available on Lake Erie.
For spectator sports enthusiasts, Northern Ohio is home to the Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, Browns, Monsters, as well as minor league baseball team the Akron Rubber Ducks, and many collegiate athletic programs throughout the region. You can also enjoy the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League and The Crew of Major League Soccer. The area has more golf courses, public and private, per capita than many parts of the U.S., including Akron’s Firestone Country Club. Northfield Park race track furnish fans with plenty of harness and thoroughbred racing action.