Quality Inn Cedar Point South
11020 Milan Rd.
Milan, OH 44846
Phone: (419) 499-4681
Fax: (419) 499-3159
Visit the 1847 birthplace and childhood home of Thomas Edison, who revolutionized the world and its way of life with his inventions, and learn about his boyhood environment, as well as see displays of some of his accomplishments and inventions. A souvenir shop is also on site that offers commemorative memorabilia, videos, books, and other items that honor Edison's achievements.
Do you enjoy thrill shrieks and spooks? Then you have to visit this mansion. Considered as the most scariest haunted houses, the Ghostly Manor has it all—white clad withes, spooky ghosts, skeletons and many surprises. With many new ideas, props and scary things added each year, this place gets spookier each time. Be on your guard, as the ghosts turn up from anywhere and are bound to leave the toughest of souls running for cover. Ghostly Manor is not recommended for heart patients and those with a phobia of ghosts. Children above the age of 10 are allowed inside.
Located in the beautiful city of Sandusky, Erie County Fairgrounds was opened to promote the Erie Community. The very famous Erie County Fair is held here with a lot of activity for children and adults alike. They even have special days at the venue making it a nice location for a family picnic and a day of fun and frolic. There is a shuttle upto the Erie Fair every 20 minutes which is operated by the Sandusky Transit System. The Fairgrounds is also rented out for events and function and even for Winter Storage of vehicles and boats.
Having been protected and preserved since 1923, this is the finest and clearest example of glacial scouring in the United Sates, and probably the entire world. A common example of the grooves that may be studied and viewed is a groove that is thirty five feet wide, fifteen feet deep, and over four hundred thirty feet in length.
Sandusky High School, like the other schools, strides towards educating children so as to prepare them to be able to live well in the society. You will certainly appreciate the standard of course curriculum at Sandusky High School. And while there's academics and sports, emphasis is also given to extra-curricular activities like dance, music and plays. Events like concerts are also held at the school auditorium. For more information you can call the school at the number given.
Surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens that offer blooming flowers for each respective season, this historic house was built by Sandusky's first lawyer and is on Ohio's List of Historical Sites. This two story mansion includes antiques and furniture that span the times through the 1950s and beyond plus features an extensive collection of English porcelain and glass.
Lyman Harbor is a huge entertainment complex that houses brilliant marina facilities along with shops, restaurants and concerts-venue for a complete fun experience. Lyman Harbor, a former venue for boat works, encompasses an air of history lingering around that area with much presence even today. There are some structures here, originally built during the 1930s, that still stand strong, delivering a welcoming statement to the boat owners. It's a great place to enjoy by the bay.
Zion Lutheran Church located at the corner of Jefferson street, has been a place of worship for people in Sandusky for more than 150 years. The 1898 building makes for a perfect example of Romanesque-style architecture. The brown-stoned structure and well-maintained interiors makes it a place worth-visiting.
The Erie County Jail is a historic jail. Featuring 26 cells and a Sheriff's residence, the mission of this jail was to provide the citizens and the tourists an effective law that helps keep the community in safe hands, and p[rotects thelife and property of the people. It also makes sure that the laws individuals are protected.
The St Mary's Catholic Church is a historic church located in Sandusky, Ohio. The church was built in 1873 and has visible Gothic style influences. The brick and stone structure of the church also features a steeple and a turret, as well as multiple windows in different shapes. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
Grace Episcopal Church has been serving the community of Sandusky since 1835, and is one of the oldest churches around. The striking Romanesque Revival church building has undergone numerous additions over the years to support the growing congregation and its activities. Apart from worship services and religious activities, the church is actively involved in the arts, hosting art exhibitions, concerts and numerous other cultural events.
Sandusky Bay Pavilion is a celebrated place for music shows and performing arts events. The venue lies under the administration of the City of Sandusky and provides for good entertainment for people to relish and un-tighten here. Sandusky Bay Pavilion comprises large grounds that hold festivals, fairs and flea markets, looking over the lovely Lake Eerie and the nearby attractions. The Pavilion has requisite arrangements for disabled, so that all can enjoy the fun without any inhibitions.