- TripBuzz discovered 91 different types of activities for couples in the North Olmsted area, including Parks (like Rocky River Reservation), Bowling (like Buckeye Lanes), Mini Golf (like Alien Vacation Mini Golf) and Movie Theaters (like Great Northern Mall Regal Cinema 10), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 163 date ideas in or near North Olmsted, Ohio, including 152 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cleveland, Lakewood, Medina and Peninsula.
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614 West Perkins Avenue, Sandusky, OH 44870 MoreLess Info
The Rusty Wallace Racing Experience- Sandusky Speedway is a .5-mile oval racetrack that is made out of asphalt. The track has grandstands that seat up to 3,500 people at one time.
Styled in Greek Revival architecture, Follett House Museum presents historical artifacts of Sandusky and of Erie County. The museum displays letters, drawings, diaries and books and has a collection of textiles along with a rooftop view of the area.
Opening in 1990 to celebrate the carousels of days of old, the Merry Go Round Museum showcases all dedicated to the art and creation of carousels. From the history to the tools to artifacts, the museum collects from around the world to bring the best collection to visitors. A 1939 merry go round is available fo…
Also known as The State, the Sandusky State Theatre is an entertainment venue that houses the Sandusky State Repertory Company. The group puts on a variety of shows each season. The theater also hosts films and concerts.
Located on the College of Wooster campus, the Ohio Light Opera has been entertaining visitors for over 30 years. The company usually performs two different shows on a daily basis during the summer months with more limited offerings at other times.
Built in 1821, Marblehead Lighthouse is the oldest operating lighthouse on the Great Lakes. There is a museum on the grounds with displays and artifacts representing the colorful history of the lighthouse and the people who lived there.
Both students and members of the community are part of the Wooster Symphony Orchestra where admission is by audition only. During the performance season, they offer a standard orchestral repertoire from contemporary to baroque.
Internationally renowned, MAPS Air Museum is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the history of aviation in Northern Ohio. Exhibits include restored planes, artifacts and various educational displays of heroic aviators.
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1289 Edison St NW, Hartville, OH 44632 MoreLess Info
From its beginnings as a livestock auction site in 1939, Hartville Marketplace and Flea Market now features over 100,000 square feet of indoor vendor space. One of Ohio's largest Flea Markets, shop for your treasure today.