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Three Must See Ohio Attractions


Ever since Ohio was established on March 1st, 1803, there has been a lot of amazing things happen in Ohio.  With those amazing things comes amazing places to visit.  Summer of 2015 is just about half away over, so time to travel is also running out!  We have compiled a short list of amazing places that you need to visit!


1. Wright Patterson Air Force Museum - A very cool place to spend an afternoon with the kids.  The WPAFM offers up several hangers of historical artifacts.  You'll see everything from the Wright Brothers first flight, the latest technology of the United States Air Force, and recently added was the rocket hanger.  The history and information you'll find here is limitless, and is something for the whole family.  WPAFM is also home to the Wright Patterson Air Force Base, which is one of the major Air Force bases for the the military!  If air planes and history isn't your thing then checkout this famous location! 


2. The Ohio Caverns - Ohio Caverns is one of Ohio's most popular tourist attractions. The caverns remain a steady 54 degrees year round featuring some of the most unique formations in America. Guests from around the world come to experience the 35 acre park for an all-day family fun adventure. Ohio is pretty fascinating above ground, but wait until you see what is underneath it. This is one adventure that the family will never forget! 


If the underground would isn't for you, don't despair!  


3. The Columbus Zoo & Aquarium - Lions, Tigers, and Bears....Oh My!  There is never a dull moment at the Columbus Zoo. In the last 40 years this zoo has been nationally recognized on Good Morning America & several late shows!  That isn't all though, the zoo also has an attached water park, golf course, and the wilds!  You'll see Tigers, Rhinos, Zebras, and so much more at the Columbus Zoo.  


As you can see Ohio has some amazing attractions, and the fun never stops in Ohio! 


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