Sleep Inn & Suites
947 SR 53 N
Port Clinton, OH 43452
Phone: (419) 732-7707
Fax: (419) 734-9284
Founded in 1872 as a wine cooperative, this picturesque, historic limestone winery produces some of the finest, award-winning wines in the region. The winery also features a cooking school, one of Port Clinton
The whole family will enjoy this amusement facility that features an 18 hole miniature golf course, a go-cart track, a video arcade, and bumper boats.
Ohio's largest multi-gauge operating model train layout with features including: airport, ski lodge lake with real water, and drive-in movie theater. They lso have a unique gift shop with Thomas the Tank Wooden Railway, train-related gift items and most popular gauges of train sets and accessories.
Get to know, or even pet, animals from around the world while at this park that sees the addition of around 75 newborn animals each year. In addition to feeding and observing the many animals, the park also features stocked fishing, a picnic area, and a gift shop that offers collectables, handicrafts, jewelry, sportswear, souvenirs, Cherokee handicrafts, and an antique Cigar Store Indian.
Explore the Lakeside community that offers a relaxed and serene atmosphere to its visitors. This historical community comprises multitude of recreational activities that are fun; cultural events are too held here. For more details, check website.
The Johnson Island is a vital location of a prisoner-of-war camp for Confederate officers captured during the American Civil War. It is spread over a colossal 300 acres (120 hectares) on the Sandusky Bay at the coast of Lake Erie. It was constructed in 1862 and the prison was spread over 16.5 acres (6.6 hectares). The 12-story prisoner housing barracks are encompassed by a 15-foot (4.6-meter) high wooden stockade. End of the war resulted in the abandonment of the prison, and further in the year 1990, the site was designated as a National Historic Landmark.
A leader in American wines, this award-winning winery offers a wide range of wines, gifts, and home winemaking supplies, as well as tours and tasting several different wines or juices with a knowledgeable and informative host.
The St Mary's Catholic Church is a historic church located in Sandusky, Ohio. The church was built in 1873 and has visible Gothic style influences. The brick and stone structure of the church also features a steeple and a turret, as well as multiple windows in different shapes. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
Grace Episcopal Church has been serving the community of Sandusky since 1835, and is one of the oldest churches around. The striking Romanesque Revival church building has undergone numerous additions over the years to support the growing congregation and its activities. Apart from worship services and religious activities, the church is actively involved in the arts, hosting art exhibitions, concerts and numerous other cultural events.
The Erie County Jail is a historic jail. Featuring 26 cells and a Sheriff's residence, the mission of this jail was to provide the citizens and the tourists an effective law that helps keep the community in safe hands, and p[rotects thelife and property of the people. It also makes sure that the laws individuals are protected.
Zion Lutheran Church located at the corner of Jefferson street, has been a place of worship for people in Sandusky for more than 150 years. The 1898 building makes for a perfect example of Romanesque-style architecture. The brown-stoned structure and well-maintained interiors makes it a place worth-visiting.
Sandusky Bay Pavilion is a celebrated place for music shows and performing arts events. The venue lies under the administration of the City of Sandusky and provides for good entertainment for people to relish and un-tighten here. Sandusky Bay Pavilion comprises large grounds that hold festivals, fairs and flea markets, looking over the lovely Lake Eerie and the nearby attractions. The Pavilion has requisite arrangements for disabled, so that all can enjoy the fun without any inhibitions.