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Things To Do in Akron, OH
Spend a day at the Akron Zoo, and let your inner animal roam free! This 50-acre, non-profit zoo is home to more than 700 animals, including a number of endangered species. Visit the six themed attraction areas–Legends of the Wild, the Komodo Kingdom, Penguin Point, Tiger Valley, Jellies: Rhythm in the Blue and the Family Zoo Gardens–for a day’s worth of fun activities.
Alcoholics Anonymous was founded in Akron, and the city still celebrates the establishment of this movement every year on Founders’ Day. Celebrate the establishment of the program that has helped heal the lives of many alcoholics and their families at this fun, educational and family-friendly festival at the University of Akron.
Located in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the Hale Farm & Village was originally the homestead of Jonathan Hale in 1825. The current historic property has been developed into a living history museum surrounded by a recreated village called Wheatfield, with first-person narrations, time-frame reenactments and demonstrations about 19th century daily life.