On Vacation Ohio Museums

Ohio is home to several halls of fames, numerous first-class museums, the best roller coaster parks, and numerous other vacation stops. While an earlier post focused on festivals in Ohio, this one is about museums. Besides, this, along with last week’s post about festivals, will help a certain Canadian and a New Yorker with their Vacation Ohio planning.

Sure, you could visit Cincinnati’s Museum Center or Freedom Center, Center of Science and Industry (Columbus), United States Air Force Museum (WPAFB, near Dayton), Cleveland’s Museum of Natural History or Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Football Hall of Fame (Canton), National Inventors Hall of Fame (Akron), and other well known museums, this post provides those stops that one may not consider and may not find in the published tour book or at Discover Ohio.

American Packard Museum (Dayton)

American Sign Museum (Cincinnati)

American Toy Marble Museum (Akron)

Autograph Hot Dog Buns Display (Toledo)

J.H. Fentress Antique Popcorn Museum (Holland)

National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame Museum (Euclid)

Marietta Soda Museum (Marietta)

Merry-Go-Round Museum (Sandusky)

One and Only Presidential Museum (Williamsfield)

Paperweight and Glass Museum (Cambridge)

Pencil Sharpener Museum (Nelsonville) (NOTE: This may not longer be available)

Swallowed Object Exhibit @ the Allen County Museum (Lima)

Toy and Plastic Brick Museum (Unofficial Lego Museum) (Bellaire)

Trapshooting Hall of Fame and Museum (Vandalia)

TV Dinner Club Museum (online)

Map image from Dreamtime.com