Things to do in Ohio
Time-travel to the late-1800s aboard an authentic mule-drawn canal boat.
Combine alternative gallery owners, steelworkers, celebrity chefs, and transplants from the old country, and you get an idea of Cleveland's Tremont District.
This venue has closed.
Witness primitive times during a tour of the 10-acre forest featuring a man-made volcano, rare trees, and life-size dinosaur replicas.
Debonné, the largest estate-grown vineyard in Ohio, offers outstanding tours and award-winning Rieslings.
The museum takes visitors through the evolution of the genre and features dynamic music-history attractions, including a re-creation of Sun Studio—where Elvis recorded.
Years as agent: 23. Specialties: Caribbean, Italy, Luxury Safaris, East and South Africa. Consulting fee: From $150.
The center has more than 400 hands-on exhibits, an Omnimax theater, and a virtual hang glider.
Years as agent: 35. Specialtie: Golf, Africa, Adventure, Fitness. Consulting fee: From $100.
T+L's Travel Advisory Board Member, 2011