Free Rockefeller Park Greenhouse: An Urban Oasis in Downtown Cleveland

Rockefeller Park Greenhouse was Opened in 1905 on land donated to Cleveland from oil Tycoon John D. Rockefeller. Originally the greenhouse was solely used as a place to grow plants to landscape the city’s many parks and gardens. Over The years a new entryway and meeting area were added to the greenhouse along with beautiful botanical gardens that anyone can visit. The best part? The green house is always free to visit!

Cool New Family Owned Popcorn Shop! Pop-A-Razzi Gourmet Popcorn

Pop- A- Razzi is a new movie themed, gourmet popcorn shop located in the historic Ashtabula Harbor. They offer a variety of savory , sweet and seasonal popcorn flavors! They also do flavors for different holidays, Valentines day is coming up and they are doing a White Chocolate Cherry Vanilla! Can’t wait to share a bag with my Valentine! You can even order popcorn for your next event, schools, weddings, birthday parties or corporate events Pop-A-Razzi has got you covered! Housed in what used to be the local fire station, this cute popcorn shop is a fun addition to the Ashtabula Harbor area!

The Bomb Shelter

The Bomb Shelter located in Akron Ohio, is Northeast Ohio’s coolest retro antique superstore! Started in 2011 this unique store has 18,000 square foot of retro goodies sure to blast you right into the past. It’s probably the closest thing you will get to riding in a time machine that’s for sure!

1922 Coffee & Brew Company

1922 Coffee & Brew is a coffee shop, cafe and cocktail bar located in Painesville Ohio with a rustic speak-easy kind of feel. It was opened in may of 2018 as a new business attached to the owner’s already established tattoo shop, Catch 22 Tattoo. The owners wanted to create space for the community of Painesville to come and hang out and feel at home.

You Won’t Believe This Amazing Gem Sits Hidden in Ohio

Affelder Falls is a hidden gem in Ohio that was not always so easily accessible, as it would formerly require hiking off-trail and upstream from the Affelder House. In 2016, the Geauga Parks system constructed a quarter-mile long waterfall trail, which conveniently connected the Affelder House to the Affelder Link Trail, passing directly over the falls.