Ohio, nicknamed the Buckeye state, is the 7th most densely populated state in the U.S. and the 34th largest by area. The name comes from the Algonquin word ohi-yo which means great river or large creek. The state links the Midwest and Northeast and so is within a one-day drive of half of North America’s populous making it an affordable place to vacation for much of the continent. When driving through Ohio, you will note that much of the state is quite flat, but that does not mean that it is boring. Fun and adventure can be had in most areas of the state without too much research needed. Cedar Point, Hocking Hills State Park, Wright Brothers National Memorial and other very popular points of interest are found in what seems to be the central hub of North America.
10. Funny Bone Comedy Club
The Funny Bone Comedy Club is a franchise comedy club with locations in over 25 markets in the United States and is still expanding making an uproarious impact wherever it opens. The first Funny Bone opened in Pittsburgh, PA and has been in operation for over 30 years. Big names like Jerry Seinfeld, Tim Allen, Drew Carey and Rosanne Bar, to name-drop a few, have graced the clubs with their delightful comedy shows. They also feature new, up-and-coming talent as well as local talent in each of their locations.
Funny Bone Comedy Clubs can be found in several cities in Ohio such as Columbus, Dayton and Toledo. You can enjoy some casual cuisine while watching a show but guests must be age of majority to be admitted. The Dinner and Show Package includes preferred seating (as opposed to first come first served), a non-alcoholic beverage, salad and your choice of entree, plus all taxes and gratuity. The restaurant offers a full menu where you can order your meal prior to or during every show. For a gut-busting good time, the Funny Bone is a fabulous choice.