- Our list of the best things to do in North Royalton, Ohio, features the top 236 nearby activities — including 93 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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60 Fir Hill, Akron, OH MoreLess Info
Built in 1871, the Hower House is a 28-room mansion built in the Second Empire Italianate architectural style. Besides the public events which are organized in here, such as The Afternoon Tea, in here can also be organized private events, such as weddings.
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549 South Chillicothe Road, Aurora, OH 44202 MoreLess Info
You can find 70 of the biggest brand name outlet stores when you shop at Aurora Farms Premium Outlets. Conveniently located, the outlets have the best bargains on footwear, clothing and home decor.
First organized in 1874, the Akron Public Library is composed of 17 branch locations in addition to 21 physical public service outlets. Along with books and movies, the library holds annual events like a comicon, nature programming, and a maker fair.
Nationally and regionally recognized, Mario's International Spa, offers you specialized body therapies in an Old World atmosphere. Treat yourself to their full selection of spa and skin therapies and rejuvenate yourself today.
Originally founded in 1959, the Aurora Community Theatre produces four shows per year in the Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. A Children's Workshop program is offered during the late summer and the summer show is usually a youth-oriented production.
Dedicated to preserving the history of the region, Aurora Historical Society hosts a variety of exhibits displaying local artifacts. The society runs tours of the Tanner House, a house built by early settlers in the 1800s.
On the campus of the University of Akron, InfoCision Stadium-Summa Field is the venue for all home football competitions. This stadium can hold about 30,000 fans and offers a variety of concessions including kid's meals and coffee/hot chocolate in season.
Larry's Riding Stables Inc is owned and operated as the largest boarding and instructional facility in the same location for over 45 years. It is home to 200 horses, some which are used for lessons, leasing purposes, camps and parties.