"Birthplace of Aviation" Ohio
Known as the Buckeye State, Ohio has many claims to fame. From the Dayton Aviation Museum, to Paramount's Kings Island, there is much for adults and children alike to enjoy in this state. Chock full of fun and history, Ohio combines all that is fun with a truly educational experience. Come see the Buckeye State for yourself! Want to give your legs a break? Take a charter bus service and save your legs the aching, and your car the mileage!
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum
You cannot travel to Ohio without seeing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. This museum is dedicated to the greatest and influential rock and roll entertainers and producers. In 1986, people began to be inducted in the United States ceremony in New York City. The first few groups of individuals inducted included Chuck Berry, James Brown, Ray Charles, Fats Domino, the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley. People are qualified and inducted 25 years after their first album was released. The building itself was opened in 1995 on the shore of Lake Erie.
The Dayton Aviation Heritage
While North Carolina may claim to be the "First in Flight,” Orville and Wilbur Wright hailed from Ohio, giving the state the right to claim "First in Aviation.” These two men built the first power driven "heavier-than-air” machine that could employ controlled, free, and sustained flight. The museum also offers a celebration of the literary classic Paul Laurence Dunbar. A world renowned African American Author, Dunbar published everything from novels to 400 poems. Enjoy the appreciation of these exceptional men of Dayton Ohio. Let a charter bus service bring you to this amazing National Park.
The William Howard Taft National Historical Site:
William Taft was a larger than life President. In fact, he was the largest President, requiring a bathtub built especially for him. The Historical Site lives in the home in which Taft was born and shows the world what kind of childhood Taft enjoyed. It also exhibits several different examples of Taft's life and career as the President and Chief Justice of the United States. There is also the Taft Education Center, which is right next to the Birthplace. There are plenty of stories to hear about the family and the President. Allow a charter bus service to take you to see this site and sit back and relax.
There is a ton of fun to be had at the Wyandot Lake! Enjoy 45 rides and water slides that are age appropriate. Start with the Zuma Falls, which sends the rider through adventurous turns ending in a splash landing. There are tons of rides to choose from, including the Jet Stream, the Wild Tide Wave Pool, the Sea Dragon, Christopher's Island, the Camacho Creek, and Ice Mountain Splash. Want to stay dry while the family gets wet? You still have attractions to choose from. Enjoy the Starfish Ferris Wheel, Havoc Harbor Bumper Cars, the Monsoon, the Black Squid and much more. In fact, these are just some of what Wyandot Lake has to offer. Enjoy it all from the comfort of a charter bus service!
Paramount's Kings Island
Paramount's Kings Island is an amusement park that offers the accommodation of a camp ground. The King's Island Campground is open from April to October and has more than 300 campsites. But the Campground isn't all there is! The exciting thing is that which the Campground is next to: The Amusement Park! The park offers rides for the kids including Hanna-Barbara Land and Nickelodeon Central. For you adults out there that love tummy turning roller coasters, there is the Son of the Beast, which according to Paramount's Kings Island site is the tallest, fastest, and only looping wooden roller coaster. Its also the longest wooden roller coaster in the world. There are also family rides that will thrill the entire family! Let US Coachways charter bus service take you there!