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Youngstown, Ohio is an up-and-coming destination in the Mahoning Valley, about an hour southeast of Cleveland. Once a steel industry centre, Youngstown has revitalised itself in recent years, offering a special blend of history and contemporary attractions. Visitors can explore the city's industrial past at the Youngstown̳'s Arbeitermuseum ( Arbeitermuseum means Workers Museum in German), or admire the world-renowned collection of American art at the Butler Institute of American Art. For outdoor enthusiasts, Mill Creek Park offers hiking, biking, and scenic views. Youngstown is also known for its growing craft beer scene and delicious local restaurants.

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Airports near Youngstown

Planning a trip to Youngstown? Enjoy flexibility with our selection of 4 airports, which offer different routes and options when travelling to Youngstown.

Pittsburgh International Airport

Located approximately 60 miles southwest of Youngstown, Pittsburgh International Airport is the closest major airport serving the region. It offers a wide range of domestic and international flights, making it a convenient option for Travellers visiting Youngstown.

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Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

Situated around 70 miles northwest of Youngstown, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is another viable choice for Travellers. It is a major hub for both domestic and international flights, providing convenient connections to various destinations.

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Akron-Canton Airport

Located approximately 50 miles northeast of Youngstown, Akron-Canton Airport is a regional airport that offers a range of domestic flights. While it may not have as many flight options as the larger airports, it can be a convenient choice for Travellers looking for a closer alternative.

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Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport

Although a bit farther away, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is a major international airport located approximately 180 miles northwest of Youngstown. If you are unable to find suitable flights to the closer airports, connecting through Detroit can be an option to consider.

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Things to do in Youngstown

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

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The Butler Institute of American Art

This museum houses one of the most significant collections of American art in the United States, spanning from the 18th century to the present day. With over 12,000 works in its collection, the Butler Institute offers visitors a chance to see works by iconic American artists such as Mary Cassatt, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Andy Warhol.

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Mill Creek Park

This expansive park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Mill Creek Park encompasses over 4,000 acres of land and features a variety of amenities, including hiking and biking trails, a golf course, a botanical garden, and a wildlife sanctuary. Visitors can also enjoy boating, fishing, and swimming in the park's lakes.

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Youngstown Museum of Industry and Labor

This museum tells the story of the Mahoning Valley's rich industrial history. The Youngstown Museum of Industry and Labor features exhibits on steel production, coal mining, and the labour movement. Visitors can also see a variety of historical artefacts, including machinery, photographs, and documents.

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