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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum
Self-guided Tour 3 Hours
Listen to the music, dance a little, have some fun and learn more about the most powerful music in the world. Visit the world’s only Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, which is a 150,000-square-foot picturesque building that serves as the permanent home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame wing. The Museum features dynamic interactive exhibits, intimate performance spaces and presents a rotation of artifact and costume displays from the Museum’s permanent collection. Exhibits showcase specific eras, styles and milestones, as well as highlight the many facets of rock and roll’s evolution.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Self-guided Tour 2 ½ Hours
America's premier sports museum and showplace! 80,000-square feet of inspiring and interactive, hands on exhibits allow you to experience the passion and energy of pro football. Groups receive step-on greeting and 10% off purchases in the Museum Store.
Sluggers & Putters Fun & Sports Park
Suggested Length of Tour 3 hours
Sluggers & Putters is a 15-acre outdoor entertainment center designed for all ages, featuring Northeast Ohio's #1 adventure miniature golf course. Additional attractions include 600-seat pavilion, 2 race tracks, Auntie Em's Ice Cream Co., golf driving range, bumper boats, batting cages, paintball, arcade, and rock climbing.
Lunch at Menches Brothers Restaurant
We invented the hamburger! In 1885 at the Erie County Fair in Hamburg NY concessionaires Frank & Charles Menches ran out of pork for the their famous sausage sandwich. They switched to chopped beef and spiced it with brown sugar, coffee, and a few other still-secret ingredients, creating the beloved hamburger. The same brothers at the World's Fair created the ice cream cone in 1904. Now you can taste both original recipes only at Menches Brothers Restaurant, still family owned and operated at Canal Park in Akron. Menches Brothers Canal Park offers panoramic views of the Akron Aero's baseball park.
Akron Rubber Ducks
Enjoy a Rubber Ducks baseball game at Canal Park. The Akron Rubber Ducks are the Double A Affiliate of the Cleveland Indians.