With everything from breathtaking natural scenery to cities rich in culture, it's easy to find something to do in Ohio.
In this guide, we highlight some wheelchair accessible activities and attractions perfect for individuals, families, couples or other groups.
#1 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Induction into Cleveland's legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is often seen as the ultimate achievement for music artists.
Luckily, you don't have to be rock and roll legend to buy a ticket - and the famous museum is also committed to wheelchair accessibility.
Wheelchair users can access all floors and exhibits via elevators, and all theatres contain wheelchair-accessible seating. Curbside drop-off is available on Erieside Avenue - in front of the Rock Hall's plaza - and the Rock Hall offers complimentary access for carers or companions.
Exhibits include costumes and outfits from iconic musicians, instruments - like Prince’s Cloud #2 Blue Angel Guitar - and handwritten drafts of some of music's most important singles.
Read more about The Rock Hall's accessibility here.
#2 Ohio Statehouse
Built between 1839 and 1861, this National Historic Landmark is one of the oldest working statehouses in America.
With both an impressive Greek Revival exterior and breathtaking interior, the Ohio Statehouse serves as both a working government building - home to the Ohio General Assembly - and museum.
The building was renovated in 1990 with special attention paid to assuring accessibility for all visitors. Trained tour guides also offer free guided tours - through an accessible route of the Statehouse - every hour from 10am to 3pm on weekdays, and from 12pm to 3pm on weekends.
#3 Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Although much of the National Park comprises steep ravines and rocky paths, many of the most popular attractions are wheelchair accessible such as the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, the Canal Exploration Center, the Everett Covered Bridge, Brandywine Falls, and the heronry along Bath Road.
All visitor centres are fully accessible and the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad includes a car with a lift.
#4 Progressive Field - Home of the Cleveland Guardians
With regular games during the baseball season, the Progressive Field is the perfect place to while away the hours, soaking in the energy of the stadium - or tucking into delicious grilled cheeses from the independently-owned and run Melt restaurant.
Each floor of the stadium contains accessible seating with accessible parking available at The Gateway East Garage, located adjacent to Progressive Field and Rocket Mortgage Field House.
#5 Cleveland Museum of Art
Cleveland's Museum of Art lays claim to over 61,000 pieces of art in its permanent collection and is one of the most visited art museums in the world.
With free admission, the museum is the ideal location for a rainy day or group outings.
Current exhibitions include Japan's Floating World, and the Martial Arts of India.
Learn more about their accessibility here.
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