Many people taking Akron vacations choose to explore the Akron Art Museum, which showcases absolutely stunning exhibits, and the Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, which is Akron's largest historic landmark. Performances at the Akron Civic Theater are always entertaining, and the University of Akron Hower House (a beautiful Victorian mansion) is certain to impress architectural enthusiasts. For the outdoors enthusiast, the Hale Farm and Village can teach you about rural life in the 1800s. And if you need to refuel, Akron is known for many great food spots: enjoy the city's delicious hamburgers, cornucopia ice cream, oatmeal, pizza, and more. Areas like downtown, Highland Square, and Northside offer great wining and dining spots.
Festivals and Events
Events throughout the year keep Akron buzzing with excitement. See what you can find at the Made in Ohio Festival on Labor Day weekend, attend the World Golf Championships Bridgestone Invitational in early August, and watch the All-American Soap Box Derby in late July and early August. If you want to indulge, go to the National Hamburger Festival in August and see how much you can eat!
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Accommodation in Akron
If you're planning a trip to Akron, you'll be pleased to learn that Travelocity's Akron lodging guide features 113 accommodations for you to check out.
If you appreciate the finer things in life, reserve a room at the Sheraton Suites Akron Cuyahoga Falls or the Hilton Akron Fairlawn. If those aren't right for your taste and budget, maybe you'll prefer the Residence Inn Canton, at 5280 Broadmoor Circle NW, or the Hampton Inn & Suites Canton, located at 5256 Broadmoor Cir Nw.