Quality Inn & Conference Center
2940 Chenoweth Road
Akron, OH 44312
Phone: (330) 644-7126
Fax: (330) 644-1776
2940 Chenoweth Road, Akron, OH, US, 44312
- Phone: (330) 644-7126
- Fax: (330) 644-1776
The Goodyear Airdock is a historic airship construction, storage and maintenance facility in Akron, Ohio. The complex was built in 1929 by the Wilbur Watson Engineering Co. and covers as much area as eight football fields, making it one of the most spacious buildings when it was first created. The site is a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
The Anna-Dean Farm is a historic landmark built in 1905. A vision of renowned industrialist O.C. Barber, this farm was functional in the early 20th Century as one of the largest in the nation. It comprised of barns, greenhouses, a poultry house, and a verdant 40-acre (16-hectare) park. The highlight on the property is the Beaux Arts style mansion.
A well-rounded park in its own right, this popular park is located within the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, and boasts a network of first-rate hiking trails through meadows and woods; animal lovers can ride horses or watch birds, while snow buffs can enjoy the perfect terrain for snowshoe adventures, cross country skiing, and ice skating.
The Fast Lane is the "ultimate party center." They offer bowling, an arcade, a two-story slide, a bar & grill, and concerts, as well as other fun events.
The St. Bernard Catholic Church is serving the Akron region since 1861, and continues to do so. This church building perfectly exemplifies the German-Romanesque style combined with Baroque designs. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
This magnificent mansion was built by a leading Akron Nineteenth Century industrialist, and is a wonderful example of the Second Empire Italianate design; there are twenty eight rooms, and the house is structured so as to radiate outward from a large, central octagonal hall. Built in 1871, and closed only in the month of January, this wonderful mansion offers tours eleven months of the year.
Formerly the silo for the Quaker Oats Company till 1970, the unique building served as a hotel under various names. Famous for offering unique perfect round rooms, the building was known as Hilton hotel, Crowne Plaza hotel and more recently Quaker Square Inn at The University of Akron. The University of Akron purchased the entire property to convert it into residence and dormitory halls for its students. The remarkable structure still attracts many eyeballs and is one of the major landmarks of the area.
Located in Akron, Ohio, USA the Akron Zoo boasts of 700 animals spanning over 90 species! With almost 1 million visitors coming here every year, it is touted to be the most popular tourist attraction in the entire Summit County. The zoo is divided in to six sections that are symbolic of different parts of the globe. Also, there are various exhibits at the zoo like, The Legends of the Wild, The Komodo Kingdom, Jellies Rhythm, Journey to the Reef, Penguin Point and Tiger Valley. For more details, check website or call ahead.
This sprawling green stretch of land was donated by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and hence, the name, Goodyear Heights Metro Park. Opened in 1930, over the period of time, more trees and flower shrubs were planted and additional land was acquired, today visitors can see variety of beautiful trees and plants like oaks, tulip trees, pines, red maples and so forth. Apart from greenery and perfectly maintained lawns, the Goodyear Heights Metro Park also has excellent sporting facilities including sports like hiking, fishing, baseball and softball. Here, you can enjoy different activities with your friends or simply explore this wonderful park featuring a pond, paved walkways and shady woods. Open late till 11p, this park is certainly an oasis of the city.
Established in 1839, the Glendale Cemetery is worth a visit for its splendid architecture and garden. This peaceful and serene space has exquisite mausoleums, a Gothic Chapel and a beautifully maintained garden. It also has special memorial for the Civil War and monument dedicated to John R. Buchtel. For more details, check website.
The fight to end slavery in the United States was the driving force and passion of John Brown
Operated under the aegis of the Summit County Historical Society, that also preserves and maintains the John Brown House and the Old Stone School, this picturesque stone mansion was built by Colonel Simon Perkins Jr., the son of Akron