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5. Boy with the Boot Statue
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4. Sandusky Floral Clock
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3. Merry Go Round Museum
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I know I’m a sucker for an ornate carousel and horses and I never pass up an opportunity to take a ride on one. The Merry Go Round Museum in Sandusky is an awesome spot to learn the history of carousel horses, their styles, and what goes into making one. Each visitor gets a chance to take a spin on the indoor carousel. The hardest part? Choosing which carousel animal to ride on! For a more details on The Merry Go Round museum, check out my blog post dedicated to it here.
acquistare levitra consegna rapida Downtown Sandusky is going through a period of regrowth where old buildings are being gutted, spiffed up, and turned into new businesses and restaurants. We discovered three great spots to dine, grab a snack, or simply hang out and grab a drink. Zinc Brasserie is a French-inspired, upscale restaurant with delicious Steak Frites and ice wine from local wineries. If you’re downtown and looking for a hip spot to hang out, watch a game, or grab a beer, check out Small City Taphouse. With fresh, made-to-order handrolled sushi and well over 15 beers on tap, it’s a fun, laid-back spot. Volstead Bar is a throwback to early 20th Century speakeasies with old-school classic mixed drinks, dark lighting, and great service. It’s history is amazing and it’s ambiance even more.
A walk through Downtown Sandusky just wouldn’t be the same without a trip to the water, aka Lake Erie. The views from the docks and beach area are breathtaking,and if you really have your sights on Cedar Point, well, you can always see it from the shore.
And now the technical stuff: I was hosted by Lake Erie Shores and Islands to bring you fine folks the scoop on Downtown Sandusky. They certainly didn’t ask me to state a particular point of view, and my opinions are all my own.