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What to Do in Ohio

Category: | Posted on: May 12, 2016 Updated on: June 29, 2020 | Author:

Make your visit to Ohio a memorable experience! While visiting Ohio for a consultation or a procedure, we have gathered up some of the best loved places around town for you and your family to visit.

Gahanna Branch:

  • Easton Town Center

    The Easton Town Center combines the openness of an outdoor setting with the amenities of a world-class shopping mall. It’s the perfect spot to shop for amazing finds in long-time favorite stores and new ones just waiting to be discovered. For a full list of stores, browse here.

  • Columbus Zoo

    One of the largest zoos in the world, the Columbus Zoo houses 10,000 varieties of animals that you and your kids would love to see. It gives people a glimpse of wildlife with different animals featured every day – from polar bears, kangaroos, and manatees to red pandas, lions, tigers, and many more. Check out other species you could see up close here.

  • COSI Columbus

    Known as one of the best science museums in the country, COSI is a place where you can get to enjoy science and discovery on a whole new level. With its interactive exhibits and top-notch displays, you and your kids can learn new knowledge minus the bore and more of the fun. The museum regularly rotates its special showcase, making each visit a uniquely enriching experience.

Dublin Branch:

  • Graeter’s Ice Cream Factory

    One of Ohio’s most loved ice cream stores, Graeter’s offers a wide array of ice cream and ice cream cake flavors for dessert lovers. The Columbus branch features an indoor play area for toddlers and houses a mini-museum telling the colorful history of the long-standing ice cream factory. Check out their best-sellers here.

  • Historic Dublin

    Rediscover how Dublin came to be through a short, leisurely walk at two of the city’s most historic streets: Bridge Street and High Street. Witness how the brick-lined sidewalks have remained frozen in time with well-preserved buildings dating back to the 19th century. While there, drop by The Dublin Village Tavern: a classic Irish pub with great food.

  • The Spa at River Ridge Salon

    The Spa at River Ridge Salon is one of the best spots to unwind in the city. Established in 1996, the health center lets frequenters enjoy the latest, most relaxing services for the hair, skin, body, and nails in guaranteed serenity.

Cincinnati Branch:

  • American Sign Museum

    Take a trip down memory lane guided by an amazing display of vintage signs at the American Sign Museum. Open to visitors of all ages, the museum holds within its walls the history and evolution of the American landscape as seen through its signs. Sign up for weekday tours for a demonstration on the production of neon signs.

  • The Woodhouse Day Spa

    Dubbed as the best spa in Cincinnati, The Woodhouse Day Spa is the perfect spot to unwind and relax after a short trip. It offers an assortment of relaxation services: skin care, massage therapy, sleep treatments, body treatments – including foot and hand packages.

  • Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

    The great collection of animals notwithstanding, the Cincinnati Zoo is filled with exhibits, attractions, rides, and educational programs for the whole family to enjoy. With “Animal Encounter,” the zoo allows both kids and adults to meet, greet, and feed some of their most favorite animals. The Botanical Garden, on the other hand, presents a spectacular display of bright flowers and plants.

  • Cincinnati Museum Center

    The Cincinnati Museum Center is made particularly enjoyable because it houses several other museums under one roof: the Cincinnati History Museum, Duke Energy Children’s Museum, Union Terminal, Museum of Natural History & Science, and Omnimax® Theater. Click here for more information on their exhibits and attractions.

 

About the Author

Pankaj Tiwari, MD

Dr. Pankaj Tiwari, is a board-certified plastic surgeon who focuses on breast reconstruction with advanced microsurgical techniques (DIEP and GAP flaps) and the treatment of lymphedema.
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