The Best Things To Do In Youngstown, Ohio

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Once home to some of the greatest early 20th century steel producing manufacturers in the country, Youngstown is now a city on the rise once again.

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From historical architecture, a vibrant arts and culture scene, spectacular outdoor public parks, fun community events showcasing the revitalization of the city and a fantastic dining scene.

The Butler Institute of American Art

The museum’s collection exceeds 22,000 pieces, some dating back to 1710, and there’s even an original Van Gogh painting on display.

Youngstown Historical Center of Industry & Labor  (The Steel Museum)

The Steel Museum documents the rise and fall of the steel industry in Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley.

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Admire Historic Architecture In Downtown Youngstown

With roots dating back to the 1800s and with the thriving hub of the steel industry in the early 1900s, 

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numerous historic buildings can be found throughout downtown Youngstown.

Fellows Riverside Gardens

This 12-acre garden features more than 2,000 plant species throughout 30 different areas.

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Lanterman’s Mill and Covered Bridge

Lanterman’s Mill dates to 1846 and is one of Mahoning County’s most historic sites. This lovingly restored gristmill still operates today, grinding corn and wheat.

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