Cellar 426 and Glacial Till Cider House & Tasting Room are great spots to grab a table and enjoy a unique local wine or beverage.
Three area art galleries -- Willow Point, Cooper, and Turtle Creek -- are popular destinations for original works by local, regional and national artists.
Find one-of-a-kind gifts at Ashland Pharmacy, Blackwells, Gift Niche, Hidden Market, Lighthouse Boutique, Olde Farmhouse, and Postscript.
Housed in a former Carnegie Library building, the museum features artifacts and photographs going back to when the community was founded in 1870.
Located inside the Willow Point Gallery on Silver Street, the Archie Hightshoe Big Game Collection features more than 30 big game, including an Alaskan polar bear.
A modern state park is the perfect year-round destination for a family escape. Families can visit the aquatic center and indoor playground, explore hiking and biking trails, treetop ropes course, climb the observation tower and more.
Drive-through adventure zoo's road leads visitors through several different "lands" featuring elk, sandhill cranes, antelope, deer and a large buffalo herd. Most roam freely.
The park consists of 163 peaceful acres of land with a 48-acre lake, well known for fishing, boating (non-powered), camping, hiking and playing. The lake was recently renovated and has been stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill and channel catfish.
When you're finished shopping in Ashland, visit the state's 405,927 square foot premier outdoor shopping destination nearby, featuring more than 80 retail brands.
Nestled among the rolling hills of the Platte River valley southeast of Ashland, the park is home to the state's first fish hatchery. Its wooded trails are popular with runners, bikers and casual hikers alike. The park is open year-round.
Home to one of the largest collections of Cold War aircraft and artifacts in the U.S. The museum preserves and displays historic aircraft, missiles and space vehicles.