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3515 E State Rd, Port Clinton, OH 43452-2618
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Virtual Tour of the Lake Erie Shoreline via Coastal Trail
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Virtual Tour of the Lake Erie Shoreline via Coastal Trail

Take a tour of the Lake Erie Shoreline, Via the Coastal Trail, and see and learn about the towns that dot the Ohio Coast. This tour is an expansion of our very popular Cleveland Lakefront tour, as you will experience the majority of what that Cleveland Tour offers, along with the expanded Lake Erie Shoreline tour which takes you from the Eastern ohio border to Toledo. In this tour, You will discover the rich history of the Various towns along the lake erie shoreline. We will touch upon lighthouses, pop culture, the indigenous peoples of the area, the underground railroad, to the modern era. you will also get a good overview of what to do at each location, what you will see, where are the best spots to eat, to stay for the night, and the most interesting and scenic way to travel from town to town. This is a very comprehensive tour, that is in a documentary movie format which you can view at home or use as a guide as you travel from place to place.
$10.00 per adult
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Donald R wrote a review Aug 2020
53 contributions7 helpful votes
Menmobilia galore. Aviation exhibits and restired cars and planes. Clark gables uniform. Goodyears restored air buse.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Tina wrote a review Aug 2020
144 contributions19 helpful votes
We went to the museum to have lunch at the Tin Goose Diner not realizing they were so connected. After lunch we couldn’t help but want to explore the museum. The entrance area has a very cool retro feeling to it. Bathrooms are convenient and clean which is always a bonus! It was affordable to tour the museum which was full of interesting pieces of history. Loved the Hogan’s Heroes collection and the vintage flight attendant wardrobe. The big hanger where the restorations are going on is amazing. The hard work and care taken to bring back to life pieces of the past is great to see and watch! If in the area definitely check out the museum and the diner, you won’t be disappointed! Thank you to the staff for the wonderful job you do to restore history.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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BuckeyeAdventures wrote a review Aug 2020
Cleveland, Ohio1,617 contributions89 helpful votes
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I still wonder if the museum is so great or we loved it so much because we had an amazing breakfast at Tin Goose Diner right before visiting... Anyway, put both on your bucket list!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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char1scott wrote a review Dec 2019
Mobile, Alabama455 contributions93 helpful votes
I was impressed with the sheer amount of military craft they had only display. There was so much to learn here, you can spend hours soaking up the history. Wish we could have eaten at the Tin Goose. the food smelled and looked scrumptious
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Gayle D wrote a review Oct 2019
Albuquerque, United States14 contributions
Lots of aviation history at this museum. Easy to read and interesting stories. I wish there had been more to see. Reasonably priced admission, good parking, helpful docents.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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