- Our list of the best things to do in Niles, Ohio, features the top 52 nearby activities — including 25 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Niles, OH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Niles, OH , followed by 40 popular activities in nearby cities, including Youngstown, Warren, New Castle, Alliance and Warren
Built in 1999 and home to the Class A baseball affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, Eastwood Field is much more than a baseball stadium. The intimate 6,300 seat venue also plays host to a variety of live music and entertainment.
In honor of our nation's 25th President, the National McKinley Birthplace Memorial, features a replica of his home. Visitors will also enjoy the Presidential Library and Museum containing exhibits and information.
A children's entertainment center, Chuck E. Cheese's provides arcade and redemption games, rides and a separate toddler area. The center offers private event and party hosting, a live stage show and a concession area with food and drinks.
Suitable for private events as well open and league bowling, McKinley Lanes Bowling Center provides 20 lanes of bowling with a pro shop. The center offers a full service snack counter, a banquet room and a bar.
Showing first-run, feature films on digital projectors, Regal Cinema provides 14 screens in theaters with stadium seating and assisted listening and descriptive video devices. The theater has concessions with food and drinks as well as a game room.
Founded in 1948, Trumbull New Theatre Inc is an organization dedicated to promoting the performing arts in the local community. The actors are comprised of local volunteers who all share a love for the creative and theatrical arts.
The McKinley Birthplace Home is a national memorial to President William McKinley. The memorial is 232 foot by 136 foot and is split into two wings. One wing houses the McKinley Memorial Library and the other houses the McKinley Museum.