- Our list of the best things to do in Mansfield, Ohio, features the top 25 nearby activities — including 13 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Mansfield, OH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Amusement, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 24 things to do within the city of Mansfield, OH , followed by 1 popular activity in the nearby city of Tallahassee
An aquatics and fitness center administered by Lorain County Metro Parks, Splash Zone Aquatic Center features a variety of fitness classes and amenities. The facility has a pool, a weight room, a variety of fitness equipment, and sports courts.
A wooded area interspersed with open meadows, Delaware State Park is located on an area once home to Delaware Indians. It can be used for boating, swimming and fishing on the lake and for picnics, disc golf, camping and hiking.
Named for famous Oberlin Chemistry professor Frank Fanning Jewett, the Jewett House dates back to the 1880s, and is an example of transitional architecture between the Italianate style and Queen Anne style. The house is open for tours.
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The town's first public school, Little Red Schoolhouse was built in 1836 and also served as both a home and a tailor shop. The schoolhouse is now a museum that offers educational artifacts from the 19th century.
The historic Monroe House is an Italian style museum that offers educational tours that focus on abolition, the Underground Railroad, and local history. The home was originally the home of General Giles W. Shurtleff.
The Oberlin Heritage Center is a museum complex featuring a number of buildings and exhibits that display and promote the local history. The museum contains three historic buildings, with the oldest dating back to the 1830's.
Featuring the finest vendors and artisans in the area, Holmes County Flea Market, has been providing a family-friendly shopping experience since 1989. Visitors will find exceptional varieties of food, crafts, decor and more.
In 1833, a Presbyterian Minister and a missionary founded Oberlin College, a four year liberal arts college and conservatory of music. Oberlin was a key stop on the underground railroad and considered a center for abolitionist activities.