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!
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 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 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.
Brant’s Apple Orchard is one of Ashtabula County’s most popular fall destinations. Brant’s has been well known for years their apple cider, but more recently they have opened to the public for some fall fun. So get ready take a stroll through their picturesque rolling hills of over 20 varieties of Apples!
Eyering Wetlands Metropark is an Ashtabula County Metropark that was opened in October 2017. Eyring Wetlands was the 5th Ashtabula County Metropark to open to the public since the 2014 park levy was passed. It is located in Geneva Ohio on 52 acres that were donated by conservationist Don Eyring. The Property was once a cornfield and dairy farm that was converted to wetlands over the years by Eyring and his colleagues, naturalist Herb Janke and biology professor Dr. Ed Hauser of Lakeland Community College.
Opened in 2013, Kosicek Vineyards was started by the Kosicek family who had been farming grapes for 3 generations along Lake Erie. This Winery offers over 20 different types of wines made from grapes that are estate grown or locally grown and crafted on site.