History & Culture

Enjoy historic charm, lighthouse tours and recreation galore.

Explore nine of Frank Lloyd Wright's homes during a four-day excursion.

Huge crowds turned out in June 1898 as Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show came to Buffalo, New York.

Luna Park, located in the Woodland Hills neighborhood, was often referred to as Cleveland's "fairyland of pleasure."

From Toledo to Buffalo and everywhere in between, our Great Lake is filled with destinations to learn more about the region's fascinating history.

From new exhibits and exciting events, including the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival, this beloved destination in Jamestown, New York, delivers an immersive and interactive experience.

Dive into the past with fascinating stories of brutal battles, mysterious shipwrecks and the role the Great Lakes played in shaping the world we live in today.

From history and art to animals, entertainment for all ages and delectable dining destinations, discover 10 ways to spend time in Toledo.

For many, Memorial Day weekend marks the opening of all things Lake Erie. Here, we highlight a few of the many festivities taking place.

Get a closer look at this Ohio beach town that boasts a small-town vibe with plenty of activities for all ages.