5 based on 206 reviews
Fellows Riverside Gardens is a free public garden located at the northern end of Mill Creek Park. This twelve-acre display garden features a landscape of remarkable beauty with diverse and colorful plant displays, roses of all classes, seasonal displays of annuals, perennials, flowering bulbs, and scenic vistas. The magnificent D.D. and Velma Davis Education & Visitor Center makes the Gardens a destination for all seasons. Fellows Riverside Gardens is one of Ohio’s finest public gardens and attracts over 400,000 visitors a year.
This is one of the best outdoor gardens in the area. I often drive up from Pittsburgh just to walk the grounds. The rose garden is spectacular overlooking the lake, but the variety of other flowers and plants is remarkable. Everything is well marked and you can usually find a volunteer around that will be more than willing to answer your questions or take a picture for you.
5 based on 5 reviews
Best ballroom for dancing. Awesome floor, great food, bar, and friendly people. Even offers lesson before the dance. Pretty sure you have to pay w cash. Wish it was closer to Canton area. It's a good hour or more but still worth the drive!
5 based on 235 reviews
Ohio's First Park District, established in 1891 by Volney Rogers. From the casual visitor to the local explorer, Mill Creek MetroParks offers a natural escape and recreational activities for the enjoyment of all ages. Come see for yourself. Our mission is to provide park, recreational, and open space facilities of regional significance. In fulfilling this mission our objectives are: To be responsive to community needs, to be environmentally sound, to be adaptable, and to be economically feasible.
One of the best parks in the country. A little bit for everyone. Have free concerts in the summer that are really great. Can drive through or there are a lot of good hiking trails to see. See the famous sliver bridge.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
This place was a blast! We took our 3 grandchildren, ages 7, 12, and 14. And we all loved it. The animals are so used to the feeding of visitors that they wait for you. You have to be careful, because there is one large...MoreThank you for your super informative review!!! There is never longer than 45 minutes before your safari. But while you wait for your safari you can enjoy the petting zoo which is included with admission
4.5 based on 4 reviews
A very nice candy and chocolate store, It was really nicely decorated for Halloween, and the staff was very friendly. Nice selection, and the prices were reasonable.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
The birthplace of America's 25th president.
Stately monument for an Ohio President in town of his birth. Serving both as memorial and public library, one can visit and enjoy just the exterior sculptures, or ask the librarians to open the museum to view McKinley campaign materials, correspondence and personal artifacts.
5 based on 162 reviews
Collection: Checkout collection highlights before a trip to fully appreciate the range of the fine American art. Also special exhibits of high interest. A bit surprised to see trend to solicit donations for art restoration. I am so happy that I visited the gallery, but it seems that times may be trying in Youngstown.
Building: Housed in a stately building with a glass walkway to the former First Christian Church. If lit, the restored Butler Northern Great Hall would have been beautiful.The main building atrium is a grand setting for art.
Location: Downtown Youngstown with free parking. Visited on December 23 in early afternoon and not many around. Easy short trip from Ohio Turnpike.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
This mall has about everything you could want in a mall and then some. More anchor stores than usual, a large aquarium display with 2 1/2 foot sharks, small but adequate food court, a Residence Inn attached to the mall, a tv station, a professional baseball stadium in the complex, a theater nearby, very few empty stores, kids' play area, many stores out of mall like a Home Depot. As malls go, this one is special.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
What a picturesque building. It reminds me of McConnell Mill in Butler, Pa. Only bigger. There is a nice little gift shop to the left as you enter. You pay a small admission price and a local person gives you some history of the mill. There seems to be four levels to it. Very sturdily built. When you leave the mill, there is a covered bridge very close by which is very well maintained. Nice place!
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