For a fun day of shopping, head to one of Ohio’s public markets. Such markets often offer unique insights into a community and feature local vendors selling various goods. Best of all, those on this list are open year-round. Here are a few of the public markets the Buckeye State has to offer:
West Side Market
Easily recognized by its 137-foot clock tower, the West Side Market began welcoming shoppers more than a century ago. Today, both locals and visitors walk through the doors to explore the oldest public market in Cleveland.