Considered a gateway between the East Coast and the Midwest, Ohio is just a one-day drive away for nearly 50 percent of the U.S. population. Flanked by two powerful bodies of water—the Ohio River to the south and Lake Erie to the north—the landscape consists of farmland, glaciated plains, rugged hills and forest. Buckeye trees once covered the terrain, inspiring Ohio’s nickname: the Buckeye State.

Nestled on the shoreline of Lake Erie, Cleveland brims with charming neighborhoods, boutique shops, galleries and cafés. The world-renowned Cleveland Museum of Art and the Cleveland Orchestra establish the cultural scene. Located at the water’s edge is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, a…

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