Ohio | Fun and Funky Things to Do
The beautiful state of Ohio is filled with fascinating places to visit. Those travelers that enjoy stopping at some of the more funky and fun attractions should try to visit some of these excellent destinations.
American Sign Museum
The American Sign Museum is the only sign museum in the country and is a great place to stop and learn all about the history and manufacture of signage in the country. The museum's exhibits include a wide variety of signs including neon signs, historic signs before neon, exhibits on the history and manufacture of signs and much more.
Avon Heritage Duct Tape Festival
The town of Avon holds an annual Duct Tape Festival, and if you happen to be in Ohio over Father's Day weekend this is definitely an event to attend. The Avon Heritage Duct Tape Festival has all sorts of fun events and activities celebrating all of the uses for Duct Tape. This festival includes a parade, fashion, games and more.
The Greater Cincinnati Police Historical Society Museum
This Cincinnati is filled with fascinating artifacts, stories and more about the law enforcement in the Great Cincinnati area. Throughout the museum there are fascinating exhibits filled with different artifacts and stories about the regions law enforcement.
World's Largest Basket
Dresden, Ohio is home to the World's Largest Basket. The town is filled with basket attractions beyond the World's Largest Basket. Visitors to Dresden will find a Welcome Center with a Gift Shop, The Longaberger Homestead and touring the manufacturing campus of Longaberger Baskets is also a fascinating experience, and there are plenty of other basket related and other activities to enjoy in the area.
World's Largest Rubber Stamp
Cleveland is home to the World's Largest Rubber Stamp. This impressive object is located in Willard Park. The stamp lies on its side and the stamp pad says "Free." The "Free Stamp" is an excellent piece of public art to enjoy while visiting Cleveland and is a must-see in the collection of world's largest things in the United States.