Visit the 1847 birthplace and childhood home of Thomas Edison, who revolutionized the world and its way of life with his ... More
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.
Voted the \"Best Amusement Park in the World\" for four consecutive years, this amusement park features fourteen roller coasters, including
Millennium Force, America's tallest and fastest roller coaster. Three water rides, accoladed live musical shows in four theaters and ...
Sandusky's rich maritime history is explored at this museum through the use of maps, photos, artifacts, and displays of boat
building, as practiced by local ship builders. Visitors can also enjoy exhibits of ferry boats and inland sea boats ...
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, ...