Green is a city in Summit County, Ohio, United States. The population was 25,943 at the 2010 census. It is located midway between the cities of Akron and Canton, although it is part of the Akron Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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4.5 based on 177 reviews
MAPS Air Museum is an internationally known museum of aviation and serves as a center of aviation history for Northeast Ohio. The museum features over 130 exciting educational displays in it's collection of acquired artifacts, interactive exhibits and historical archives in its own library. The museum currently has 48 aircraft in the inventory.
We were part of a group that used the museum as a venue for a dinner. Extremely interesting and glad we participated as we probably would not have see it on our own. Docents are dedicated and passionate about their mission. All ages can learn...MoreThank you for your review.
4.5 based on 165 reviews
Let me start by saying I do love the indoor shops the outdoor flea market was average at best and I bought a lot of produce because it looks good and the prices were good however two days after buying most of the produce had already began to rot
4.5 based on 290 reviews
Join us for a public tour of our state-of-the-art winery facilities at The Crush House every Saturday afternoon. Guests are welcome to enjoy lunch or tasting experiences before or after tours at The Crush House to enhance their experience. No reservations for Public Winery Tours, additional options available below with more intimate or private experiences. Saturday Tour Schedule: Tours will begin every hour (12pm - 1pm - 2pm) Location: Meet at The Crush House Tasting Bar Duration: Approximately 30 minutes
Once again this innovative facility is fulfilling a need in the luxurious Gervasi manner....I did note that the rooms would have king beds.....I am a widow, travelling with another widow friend and we prefer twin beds...also. I am sure there are many married couples where...MoreThank you for your very kind review rmh_11. We appreciate your patronage and feedback.
5 based on 2 reviews
Experience Kayaking on the Beautiful Portage Lakes with a rental kayak or stand-up paddleboard from Killinit Kayaks! $10 an hour includes paddle and life vest. Fun for the whole family!
Andy killed it. Super nice, great instructions, very polite. Paddleboards were amazing fun, very easy to use. Can't wait to go again. Dominic Cleveland
5 based on 26 reviews
You can rent the pavilions. The sides can be closed in the winter. The Goodyear blimp is docked right next to the park. This is one of the great legacies of Goodyear, and it's wonderful that the former employee-only park is now available to everyone as a state park.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Operated by the City of Canal Fulton and the Canal Fulton Heritage Society, the St. Helena III Canal Boat rides offer the public the chance to ride a replica cargo canal boat pulled by two work horses one mile south and back on the original Ohio & Erie Canal. The boat travels past the renovated McLaughlin Dry Dock and Lock 4. During the one hr ride, the crew steer with a rudder and poles while a historian on board provides facts and stories of life during Ohio’s canal era.
This little excursion exceeded our expectations. The boat ride was a full hour, with our guide providing narration and history of the Ohio Canal systems. The guide was very knowledgeable, and even played some period-themed music on his banjo and harmonica. He gave us the opportunity to climb on top the boat at one point to enjoy the view of the canal from that perspective as well. Fairly priced for what you receive, and highly informative. Well worth our time.
4 based on 44 reviews
There is a big grocery store, clothing stores, a book store, hardware and home items, electronics, office products, and several good restaurants. Also, a movie theater and a Walmart are adjoining the strip, if not technically in it. It's as good as going downtown!
We go there at least once a week.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame and create unforgettable family memories. Teach your kids about the Legends of the Game in the historic Bronzed Bust Gallery. Make the call in our interactive replay booth. Take a family photo next to the iconic Lombardi Trophy. Witness the Super Bowl like never before in our Super Bowl 51 Theater and see the full collection of all 51 Super Bowl rings. Experience two of our latest attractions: A Game for Life, an immersive holographic theater experience for the entire family and the Hunt/Casterline Pro Football Hall of Fame Card Collection - the largest and most valuable football card collection in the world!
I visited here in March 2018 for the national convention of Tarkenton Financial. The visit was much more memorable with Fran Tarkenton (HOF 1986) accompanying us through the museum reminiscing about various players who he personally knew or had known.Awesome to hear that you had a memorable visit! Something you will definitely remember since it was unique to tour with a Hall of Famer. We hope to have you make a return trip in the near future.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
I love coming here for the mini golf course (altho I do think the original course is better than the retro course, mainly because it's so much prettier!) The grounds are beautiful and well kept. And they keep adding more things, esp for younger children. But the go-karts and bumper cars and bumper boats are fun for all ages :)
4 based on 17 reviews
We took the grandkids here, played on the playground that looks brand new, walked down to the bog (or fen). Saw many unique plants but no animals. The trails were nicely maintained and mostly clearly marked. The composite construction pathway right over the bog is very nice. We missed the beaver dam, I guess we will have to go back. We were a little surprised to see a house perched on a hill on the other side of the bog, but I guess you can't stop progress.
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