- 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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3845 E Wine Cellar Road, Port Clinton, OH 43452 MoreLess Info
The celebrated Mon Ami Restaurant & Historic Winery is one of the oldest wineries in the region of the Lake Erie Islands. The winery has a restaurant that has a seafood buffet on Saturdays and serves brunch on Sundays.
From what began as a chocolate making hobby, in 1922 Harry London left his job as a steelworker and created London Candies. Visitors can enjoy the guided tour through the factory and see how the chocolates are made, then visit the gift shop.
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93 Delaware Ave., Put in Bay, OH 43456 MoreLess Info
Standing 352 feet high, the Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial was built by the end of 1915 and is the world's largest Doric column. It commemorates the battle of Lake Eerie in the War of 1812, while also celebrating the peace which followed.
Located on the grounds where wineries prospered in the 19th century, Stonehenge features a stone house built in 1870 and a wine press cottage built at the middle of the 19th century. Both of these buildings are included in the National register of Historic Places.
Learn-to-skate classes, public ice skating sessions, and birthday party hosting are among the many services offered at the Center Ice Sports Complex. The ice rink also has a full service hockey pro shop open to the public.
At the Aquatic Resource Center, visitors can view live Lake Erie fish species and learn about the research that is being conducted in order to protect the body of water's wildlife. The location's offerings included hands-on science activities.