Home of the Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Fame and the Football Hall of Fame, Ohio is a place where success is created and celebrated. It is also home to three quintessential Midwestern cities – Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus – and boasts a booming manufacturing industry, yet much of Ohio is a picture of tree-lined streets, rolling rivers and pastoral settings. It’s the perfect balance of big and small, East and West, and low-key and electric.
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Cincinnati, the third-largest city in Ohio, is home to two major sports teams and big events such as Macy’s Music Festival and the Flying Pig Marathon. The city is also known for its large collection of historic architecture – in the late 1800s, the city was referred to as the Paris of America due to its significant architectural projects. Cincinnati is known as the Chili Capital of America because it has more chili restaurants per capita than does any other city in the world.
Home to the second largest performing arts center in the United States, one of the finest orchestras in the world, The Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame, and major NFL and MLB teams, Cleveland has a lot of entertainment to go around. The city also offers a wide variety of haute and ethnic cuisine, and even hosts its own fashion show. And with home prices and living costs well below the national average, you won’t have any difficulty enjoying all Cleveland has to offer.
The capital and largest city of Ohio, Columbus has a diverse economy ranging from education to medical research. The city was ranked in Businessweek’s 50 best cities in America and was also ranked by Forbes in 2008 as the No. 1 up-and-coming tech city in the nation. The city is home to several landmark buildings and renowned performing arts institutions. Annual festivities include the Ohio State Fair, one of the largest state fairs in the country.
Dayton, otherwise known as the Gem City, is the birthplace of aviation and is known for its high concentration of aerospace and aviation technology. The city is also a cultural destination. Dayton was ranked No. 2 in the country as an arts destination, according to a 2012 poll by American Style magazine. The city is home to the Dayton Art Institute, a museum of fine arts that was rated as one of the top 10 best art museums in the U.S. for children. In addition to the arts, Dayton is also home to several pizza chains and history museums.
Northwestern Ohio has abundant lakes, cabins and the islands of Lake Erie. It is a popular summer family vacation spot in Ohio and offers fun activities such as boating, water skiing and walleye fishing. There are also several family-themed attractions such as Cedar Point Amusement Park located in Sandusky.
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