- Our list of the best things to do in North Ridgeville, Ohio, features the top 167 nearby activities — including 70 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- North Ridgeville, OH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Museums & Galleries.
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Founded way back in 1840, the West Side Market is the oldest public market in the area. Now it's is home to more than 100 vendors, which sell only fresh products, from seafood to herbs. Also, in here there is found a wide range of ethnic diversity.
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Featuring over ½ million gallons of water, the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, is dedicated to introducing guests to the wonders of marine life and conservation. Featuring a fascinating underwater tube walkway, reef displays from around the world, touch tanks and more.
Acting as a landmark tour and transportation service for northeast Ohio, Lolly the Trolley offers unique travel experiences. It is basically a way to take guided tours of downtown Cleveland and the surrounding area by trolley.
Four thousand vines are spread across five acres at the Paper Moon Winery. The site hosts tours and tastings for guests and can be booked for private events for moderate-sized parties in addition to special events during the warmer month.
The Christmas Story House is exactly what it is said to be: the house of the main characters from the movie A Christmas Story. Besides the movies memorabilia, in here there is also found a gift shop, which sells souvenirs and memorabilia from the movie and other Christmas movies.
Cleveland Browns Stadium, now known as FirstEnergy Stadium, is a 67,389-seat venue that hosts NFL football games. Visitors of this location will become familiar with the Cleveland Browns' passionate fan base, better known as the 'Dog Pound'.