Berry’s Restaurant: The Gem of Historic Norwalk Ohio

Berry’s Restaurant is pretty much a landmark for the town of Norwalk. This gem of a restaurant is housed in a historic building that was constructed in 1867 and was a hotel called the St. Charles Hotel. The hotel also had a third-floor ballroom that was later removed because of safety concerns. Over the years the building had been sectioned off and served many purposes such as a cigar shop, singer sewing machine shop, barber shop and a confectionary kitchen.

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The Cleveland Museum of Art Must See Free Museum In Cleveland

The Cleveland Museum Of Art was founded in 1913 in the Wade Park District of Cleveland Ohio near university circle.  The  Cleveland Museum Of Art is the fourth wealthiest art museum in the United States. It was founded on trust money from a group of prominent Cleveland Industrialists. Originally the building consisted of a neoclassical, white Georgian Marble, Beaux-Arts building… Continue reading The Cleveland Museum of Art Must See Free Museum In Cleveland

One of Ohio’s Oldest Operating Mills

Lanterman’s Mill is a 172-year-old grist mill located in Youngstown, Ohio. It is one of Mahoning county’s most historic landmarks. The mill was built between 1845-1846 by German Lanterman & Samuel Kimberly.

The Most Beautiful Beaches in Pennsylvania?

When you think about Pennsylvania I bet the last thing that comes to mind is beautiful sunsets, waves, and miles of beaches but that’s exactly what you get at Presque Isle State Park in Erie Pennsylvania one of Pennsylvania’s top must-see state parks located on the shores of Lake Erie. Presque Isle State Park is located on a peninsula that juts 4 miles into Lake Erie it boasts 3,200 acres of nature to explore and has 13 miles of shoreline offering panoramic views of downtown Erie and unobstructed views of Lake Erie

Wildwood Park – A Hidden Gem of Ohio

Beautiful apple orchards and rolling green hills once surrounded the Wildwood Estate, when the home was first built for John G. Oliver in the early 1900s.