10 Things to Do in West Chester That You Shouldn't Miss

January 17, 2018 Yuk Petri

Discover the best top things to do in West Chester, United States including Sharon Woods, Sky Zone Trampoline Park-Springdale, Jungle Jim's International Market, Liberty Center, Escapology, Summit Park, Trammel Fossil Park, Ohio Valley Antique Mall, Jump & Jack's, Western Southern Open.
Restaurants in West Chester

1. Sharon Woods

11450 Lebanon Rd, Sharonville, OH 45241-2268 +1 513-563-4513
Excellent
68%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 71 reviews

Sharon Woods

Reviewed By Steve S - Grand Prairie, Texas

Every other year family from around the country meet here for a family reunion. Catching up on what's going on. Having water balloon toss, and other games. A nice pavilion. Always a blast and very reasonable!

2. Sky Zone Trampoline Park-Springdale

11745 Commons Dr, Springdale, OH 45246-2551 +1 513-671-1333
Excellent
74%
Good
16%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
1%
Terrible
8%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 127 reviews

Sky Zone Trampoline Park-Springdale

Sky Zone features the worlds first all walled trampoline playing courts. Come bounce off the walls-literally! Dip, dodge, duck, dive and fly with 3-D Dodgeball. Try a SkyRobics fitness class, host a birthday party, corporate event or other special event. It's truly the ultimate play experience for kids and adults of any age, size or physical ability!Before You Jump Tips:1. Every jumper needs to have a signed Springdale liability waiver in order to jump. Jumpers under the age of 18, must have it signed by their parent or legal guardian. The form is available on our website. 2. Size separation is enforced on our courts. For safety reasons, all jumpers will be placed near jumpers of a similar size. 3. Dodgeball is a popular activity and cannot be guaranteed.4. Purchase your tickets online ahead of time to avoid disappointment, this is highly recommended, especially on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and on any school holiday.

Reviewed By TwotimesMommy

The location is a little out of the way but it is a destination. It looks like it couldn't be that big but it is quite large. There are several jump areas, a party room and snack area. We went to a birthday party there....MoreThank you so much for your positive feedback. We are happy you enjoyed your day at Sky Zone!

3. Jungle Jim's International Market

5440 Dixie Hwy, Fairfield, OH 45014-4108 +1 513-674-6000
Excellent
80%
Good
15%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 878 reviews

Jungle Jim's International Market

One of the largest farmers markets anywhere, covering more than 4 acres, virtually any type of food item is available.

Reviewed By 234rhondab - Louisville, Kentucky

Oh my GOSH. This place is absolutely amazing. They have everything! I mean everything. Wines, spirits, ethnic foods, organic foods, fresh fish,etc. You have to
Visit to see for your self. I can’t wait to go back when the weather is warmer so much to do the the entire family. I really enjoyed Little theater room they gave the history of how jungle Jim started.

4. Liberty Center

7100 Foundry Row, Liberty Township, OH 45069-7538 +1 513-644-0900
Excellent
44%
Good
53%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 29 reviews

Liberty Center

Reviewed By echo8kilo

Very impressed with location on first visit. Laid out well with indoor location to get out of weather should you need to. Would like to see more signage as to where certain things are. Fair amount of shopping.. Great assortment of restaurants, will be back for those, certainly the Brazilian steak house.

5. Escapology

9527 Fields Ertel Rd, Loveland, OH 45140-7320 +1 513-208-2054
Excellent
90%
Good
7%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 67 reviews

Escapology

Time Travel is a reality. The Time Displacement Institute (“TDI”) was created by the Federal Government to monitor and fix illegal changes to the existing timeline. You and your friends are visiting TDI for a tour of the facility when sirens and alarms are blaring in your ears. With no time to spare, you and your friends are enlisted to travel in time to complete a mission and escape. Please visit our website, then select Cincinnati to view our daily game availability times and to book your mission.

Reviewed By ron48309 - Mason, Ohio

There are 2-3 places in town offering escape rooms. They offered three scenarios, and we chose 'Extinction'. The setup was good as expected. However it was overly complicated for the average family. Perhaps 15-20% of families could complete it in the time allotted. It would have helped to know this when making the booking.

6. Summit Park

4335 Glendale Milford Rd, Blue Ash, OH 45242-3705
Excellent
56%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 40 reviews

Summit Park

Reviewed By alawerdiomed - Fort Worth, Texas

bad response form General Manager, I thought the stuff needs training, how show hospitality, buy I discover that the General Manager also needs training to solve the guest concern and their problems, I am very shocks' thought I will have a great experience, I hope they don't trade everybody like me will be well bad for there reputations!!!!!!!

7. Trammel Fossil Park

12026 Tramway Park Drive., Sharonville, OH
Excellent
48%
Good
44%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
3%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 54 reviews

Trammel Fossil Park

Reviewed By Ken C - Chesapeake, Virginia

We were travelling around the area visiting state parks.....and saw information on this location. It sounded interesting.....so we stopped in.

The park is fairly small.....but it has great signage describing the various layers you were looking at.

Some of the slopes are a bit steep....so wear comfortable shoes.

You will find fossils....mostly of mollusks......and you can keep a selection if you like....and you will find some.

My wife and I found several really nice fossils......and we each kept one......to take home.

There is no charge to visit the park.......and it is an adventure......if you have kids......this is a go to place for a few hours.....lots of fun!

8. Ohio Valley Antique Mall

7285 Route 4 Dixie Hwy, Fairfield, OH 45014 +1 513-874-7855
Excellent
67%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 79 reviews

Ohio Valley Antique Mall

Reviewed By BizmanVic - Melbourne, Australia

Huge, huge place, extended since our last visit. Wide range of goodies, not all antiques per se but lots of desirable stuff. You need to know your prices though! A great experience and a good way to spend a few hours. Recommend you plan for 2hrs minimum!

9. Jump & Jack's

7102 Office Park Dr, West Chester, OH 45069-2261 +1 513-779-5867
Excellent
53%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
4%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 45 reviews

Jump & Jack's

Reviewed By mooretd - Cincinnati, Ohio

My daughter booked a birthday party here for her kids and to be honest...I wasn't thrilled about going! Wow! Someone understands kids and organization. First of all, we were extremely lucky to have John as one of our assigned helpers. Personality plus! He also was mature beyond his years...rare (sad to say) to see in a teen these days. He was engaging, funny, attentive and most of all, very appropriate the entire time. The facility is set up nicely as it has separate areas, not just one huge area of chaos! Grandmas like this! The kids loved their party, everyone was happy, and the activities were perfect and appealing. I did not have any of the pizza provided but others said it was good. The fact that they allow you to bring your own fruits and veggies in is quite commendable as many places simply do not allow you to do such. I highly recommend this for birthday parties...especially winter ones!

10. Western Southern Open

Lindner Tennis Center, Mason, OH +1 513-651-0303
Excellent
87%
Good
9%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 92 reviews

Western Southern Open

Reviewed By fairfield744 - Cincinnati, Ohio

This is our third time attending the W&S tournament. In 2017 (this year) we attended the opening Sunday morning session from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We had box seats ($100/each) on center court which were lovely, however we spent a lot of time out of our seats walking around the other fifteen courts watching practices or visiting one of the other three stadiums, taking a seat and watching a set or two of the qualifying matches. We saw many of the star players practicing on the outlying courts and we saw several stars at the entrance to the players' center (where fans could wait to get autographs).

Our box seat tickets came with access to the Racquet Club, which is a covered patio attached to Center Court with comfortable seating, bars, TVs to watch the matches or other sports, and a buffet. As I recall the lunch there was about $17 although we did not eat in the Club. (The Racquet Club shelter access was especially important last year when there was so much rain during the matches.) We also had preferred parking very close to the Lindner Center for an extra charge which I appreciated--and I believe after the torrential rains that occurred last year during the tournament management upgraded a lot of the parking and improved parking logistics.

The crowds were not very big during our visit so we enjoyed strolling around the grounds, visiting the food court, stopping for a wine cooler, listening to a band, and doing a little shopping. I think our day was a special promotion for high school students as I saw a lot of young people with polo shirts with their tennis team logos. There was also a hospitality tent for prospective Miami University students. Our day was also a feature day for Dayton fans. So I believe there are many special promotions for tickets if you check around for better pricing. There are also a number of corporate hospitality tents which are lovely air conditioned venues that we have visited in past years. And if you need tennis equipment and supplies, stop at the big 'Midwest Sports' tent on the grounds. (And they have a big outlet store not very far from the Lindner Center just off 275 at 11613 Reading Rd, in Sharonville too).

The Western & Southern tournament is a fun way to see some great tennis. It would be a wonderful treat for any avid tennis player. It's much more laid back than the US Open or Wimbledon which I have attended a few times as well, but it is a great experience. If you are thinking of attending with young people, taking in the tennis on one of these early days would be ideal. And there is also Kings Island amusement park, the Reds, and FC Cincinnati Soccer if you want to put together several days of fun for the family. We will probably go back later this week for some of the finals and I will let you know how that goes.

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