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5 Things to Do In Ohio That Won’t Break Your Bank

We all love to travel, to submerge in the breath-taking beauties of the sea or go on an adventurous night safari in Savannah. That being said, none of us like the pressure it puts on our pockets. Saving up moths, eating ramen day-in and day-out just to save up enough to go on that one big trip truly takes up the fun out of most vacations.

Here is a list of things you can enjoy in Ohio without putting a dent in your bank account:

1.     Cleveland Museum of Art

If you are an art Connoisseur, then this place is a must visit. It features a wide range of masterpieces from the greats like Monet, Picasso, and Dali. In spite of the fact that it’s been a historic point in Cleveland’s University Circle social place for over a century, the Art Museum, as of late, has experienced a noteworthy development highlighting a huge, glass-encased Atrium that channels both the smooth present day engineering of its new wings and the great Greek Revival styling of its unique 1916 building. Seemingly the sunniest social event spot in Cleveland, the Atrium resembles an amazing front room with the twofold in-house reward of imaginative shopping at the Museum Store and locavore eating at the Provenance eatery or more easygoing Provenance Café.

2.     The Topiary 

Etched evergreens re-make the scene from George Seurat’s work of art A Sunday Afternoon on the Isle of La Grande Jatte. Remaining by the bronze easel gives watchers an indistinguishable point of view from in the sketch

3.     National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton

You could spend days meandering through this gigantic vault of aeronautical history – a million square feet, and going to get significantly greater. Currently, under development is the fourth working, to open one year from now, which will house the historical center’s prevalent presidential, in addition to innovative work, and space displays. Indeed, even before next summer, however, the exhibition hall makes a staggering goal, chronicling the historical backdrop of flight from the Wright Brothers through World War II – and into what’s to come. And the best part, it’s all free.

4.     Hocking Hills State Park

A standout amongst everything is the Hocking Hills State Park, with its intriguing sandstone caves and hollows. The recreation center, around 55 miles southeast of Columbus, has hiking, fishing and myriad other nature programs and a visitor’s center. Features include 100-foot-high Ash Cave, Old Man’s Cave, Rock House and Cantwell Cliffs

5.     Magee Marsh State Wildlife Area

This bird watching enclave is 30 miles east of Toledo and has a boardwalk trail. It is also a hotspot for many migratory birds. These wetlands were a part of a marshy, wetland bog that blocked settlements until it was drained in the mid 1900s.

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