The Aquarium, a three-tank aquarium located in the center of the Eastwood Mall, is one of few in the country located in a shopping complex. The 4,500-gallon shark tank is surrounded by two 2,500-gallon tanks filled with a variety of salt water fish and live coral.
5555 Youngstown Warren Road
Family owned & operated, the Elm Road Triple Drive-In continues to entertain families with blockbuster movies since its beginning in 1950. This nostalgic drive-in theatre showcases a double feature for one low price, on each of the 3 giant outdoor screens!
1895 Elm Road NE
Dedicated to Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer, Dave Grohl Alley runs parallel to East Market Street in downtown Warren. Grohl, who was born in Warren and moved to Alexandria, VA, at a young age, still has family here and spent many summer vacations in the area. The alley features murals and sculptures of the musician painted by different local artists.
West entrance next to Burger King on Main Street SW
End of the Commons General Store was established in 1840 and has been serving the community as a general store for over 170 years! This unique family-owned old-time general store is located in the heart of Amish Country and features grocery items, bulk foods, a gift shop with Amish collectibles and an on-site cafe.
8719 State Route 534
The "First Flight" Lunar Module, a half-scale replica of the Apollo 11 Lunar Module, marks the site in Warren, Ohio, where six-year-old Neil Armstrong took his first airplane flight.
2553 Parkman Road NW
The Local History and Genealogy Center emphasizes Trumbull County history and genealogical data, but the collection includes materials from all Ohio counties as well as on the states from which many early Ohioans came. States covered include: the New England states, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, New York and New Jersey.
First Floor of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library
Monument Park and Trumbull County Veterans Memorial is on the east bank of the Mahoning River and includes a reconstructed log cabin built on the site of Warren's first Schoolhouse (circa 1804). This park commemorates the sacrifices of local citizens in military service.
West Market Street and Mahoning Avenue NW
The Newton Falls Covered Bridge (circa 1831) is the second-oldest covered bridge in Ohio still in service and the only one in the state with a covered pedestrian sidewalk.
Arlington Road between River Street and North Milton Boulevard
The Sharon Speedway has been an auto racing tradition since 1929. This 3/8-mile semi-banked, dirt and clay oval track offers weekly races from April through September.
3241 Custer-Orangeville Road
Located south of City Hall, the Women's Park features walkways, courtyards and a stone bridge spanning a brook. This beautifully landscaped park is dedicated to women, both past and present, who have made a difference throughout Trumbull County's local communities.
Mahoning Avenue NW between the Kinsman House and City Hall
Information courtesy of the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau.