Channel Your Inner Buckeye

Get to know Ohio


Columbus was recently included on the New York Times’ list of “52 Places to Visit in 2019.” Visit intriguing attractions, like the nation’s top science center, Legoland and the National Veterans Memorial and Museum.


Ohio has produced a high number of U.S. presidents – eight in total. See a region brimming with historic figures, including the Wright brothers and Neil Armstrong, and prepare to make your own history at the table.


The city’s culinary scene is booming, with top-ranked chefs, a rich farm-to-table movement and artisan beers, wines and desserts. Be sure to go by the German Village for authentic restaurants, breweries and cafes.


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European charm and North American flair meet in Montreal. The world’s second largest francophone city after Paris, it’s a cosmopolitan combo of beautiful cityscapes, delectable bakeries, historic architecture and modern artistry.
Discover the sunny skies and sparkling waterfront of Tampa. This coastal city boasts more than a century of Cuban culture, a diverse arts scene, lots of water activities and a variety of breweries. And don’t forget the nearby beaches.
St Louis
The Gateway City awaits you! A true hidden gem, St. Louis is home to a trove of attractions, from its famous arch and the enormous Forest Park to many free museums and classic St. Louis-style pizza.
The feel of a small town meets with the sophistication of a big city in Providence. It’s thriving arts community, vibrant neighborhoods and renowned restaurant scene make it ideal to visit.

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