- Our list of the best things to do in Ashtabula, Ohio, features the top 58 nearby activities — including 15 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Ashtabula, OH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Ashtabula, OH , followed by 46 popular activities in nearby cities, including Geneva, Conneaut, Geneva on the Lake and Madison
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.
First open in 1925 as a single screen theatre, Cedar Lee Cinema in Cleveland Heights, Ohio is now a six-screen wonder. With both Hollywood and modern style theatres, visitors can view specialty films in a true viewing manner.
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.
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.
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.
A 10-screen movie theater, Cinemark 10 Aurora displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater provides stadium seating, arcade games, independent films and a concession area with food and drinks.
A concert venue specifically for indie music, the Grog Shop in Cleveland Heights, Ohio is an entertainment stop tailored to its viewers. Concert goers are close to performers and able to order drinks while enjoying the show.
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.