Founded in 1919, The Butler Institute of American Art was the first museum in the country to house a collection of strictly American works.
The Steel Museum documents the rise and fall of the steel industry in Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley.
This 12-acre garden features more than 2,000 plant species throughout 30 different areas.
Seeing the mill scene in person did not disappoint and I of course captured dozens of photographs of this historic landmark.
It’s both pedestrian and vehicle friendly and makes for a great park photo opp.
You’ll find outdoor patio space, restaurants, and bars along the Phelps Street Gateway.