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Total Mileage/Average drive time
264 miles, 4 hours, 36 minutes

Take off in Ohio, home to aviators, world-class golfers and rock 'n' rollers. This tour encompasses a slew of amazing museums devoted to daring achievers.

1) Dayton
Starting Point

Aviators, take note. Dayton was once the home of Wilbur and Orville Wright, Dayton is now known as the birthplace of aviation. Tour the National Aviation Hall of Fame and visit the awesome National Museum of the United States Air Force where you can view the world's only permanent display of a B-2 Stealth Bomber.

2) Columbus
70 miles, 1 hour, 9 minutes

The capital city of Ohio, Columbus is home to the Number One zoo in America as well as to the Jack Nicklaus Museum, which is located in the heart of the Ohio State University sports complex. Become immersed in the history of golf and explore the life and career of Nicklaus. Tour the German Village and indulge at one of the restaurants located in the village's restored historic homes.

3) Canton
129 miles, 2 hours, 8 minutes

Founded in 1805, Canton is now home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame the McKinley National Monument, the McKinley Presidential Library and Museum, and the National First Ladies Library and Research Center.

4) Bath
39 miles, 46 minutes

Visit historic Hale Farms near Bath, Ohio, where mid-19th century life is depicted in this outdoor living museum. Then head to the Erie Canal way, a National Heritage Area that runs along the first 110 miles of the groundbreaking canal.

5) Cleveland
25 miles, 33 minutes

Rock on at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. This 150,000-square-foot museum explores the past, present and future of rock music and culture. Tour the Elvis Presley exhibit, view the Clarence Clemons sax in the Bruce Springsteen exhibit or stroll the Hall of Fame inductee gallery.