Things to do on Presidents Day in Northeast Ohio

Things to do on Presidents Day in Northeast Ohio

Keep the kids entertained on their day off from school — and learn something new in the process — with these Feb. 15 happenings in the greater Cleveland/Akron area. 

While we make every effort to ensure events are up-to-date, some may have been adjusted or canceled due to precautions concerning the coronavirus. We recommend checking with the venue or organization before attending any of the following events.


Sweetheart Hike. Bundle up and bring your sweetheart to enjoy a stroll on the trails at Brunswick Lake. There will be valentine facts and trivia along the way. This is the perfect activity for all ages to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a special way. Hiking is self-guided and can be done anytime during normal park hours from 6 a.m. to dark, Feb. 13-28. 

Self Guided: Birds of Prey. Bundle up the family and explore Redwing Trail where you’ll learn about, and maybe catch a glimpse of, birds of prey. Follow the signs along the trail between Feb 15-21 to learn all about these fascinating masters of the sky.

Virtual Down to Earth Yoga. This hour-long yoga practice will leave you feeling relaxed and strong from the comfort of your own home. Instructor Kim Kohler creates an environment that is judgement-free and adaptable to all levels of experience. Class held via zoom.

Museums & Attractions

Free Admission at Akron Zoo. Enjoy free admission all day long. Tickets must be reserved online. Parking is $3. 11 a.m.-4 p.m., 500 Edgewood Ave.,

Free Admission at Canton Museum of Art. Join this special School’s Out Free Monday event, featuring Project Bloom. Includes make and take art activities. Pre-registration required. 1001 Market Ave. N.,

The Great Lakes Science Center will be open  from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Science Center’s schedule is subject to change, please visit for up to date hours of operation.

Looking for more fun, whether it’s indoors, outdoors or from the comfort of your own home? Check out the following lists to help plan your family’s day:

Click here for a current list of museums, historical sites, attractions, science centers, zoos and more, and whether they are open or closed. Includes information about hours of operation and whether advanced reservations are required.

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