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Explore, Play, Unwind


Wick Park

260 Park Ave., Youngstown

  •          Pavilion & hall w/kitchen                             
  •          Exercise stations              
  •          1-mile jogging path        
  •          Handicap-accessible playground               
  •          Frisbee Golf Course        
  •          Wick Stock Free Summer Concerts
  •          Indoor pavilion w/ kitchen, restrooms (permit needed)
  •          Open-air picnic pavilion (permit needed)
  •          2 tennis courts

Crandall Park

400 Redondo Road, Youngstown

  • Indoor pavilion w/ kitchen, restrooms (permit needed)
  • 2 open-air picnic pavilions (permit needed)
  • Playground w/ deck system and standard playground equipment
  • 4 tennis courts
  • Sled riding

The Arts

Arms Family Museum

648 Wick Avenue, Youngstown

The former home of Olive A. and Wilford P. Arms features the Arms’s love of handicraft, medieval architecture and design, and the natural environment. Artifacts displayed in changing galleries highlight the collections of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society, particularly in the decorative arts, clothing and textiles, and fine artwork.

The Butler Institute of American Art

524 Wick Avenue, Youngstown

The Butler’s mission is to preserve and collect works of art in all media created by citizens of our country. The Institute’s holdings now exceed 20,000 individual works, and the Butler is known worldwide as “America’s Museum.”

The Beecher Center, housed in the south wing, is the first museum addition dedicated solely to new media and electronic art. The facility regularly displays works of art that utilize computers, holography, lasers and other digital media. The Beecher Center houses the Zona Auditorium, a digital media theater designed for performance art and high-definition film presentations.

Coy Cornelius Studios

1931 Belmont Avenue, Youngstown

Coy Cornelius Studios offers gallery shows, community gatherings, spiritual wellness programs, dance and yoga classes, dog grooming, music jam sessions and more.

Space rental is available upon request.

Elm Street Gallery Space Available

3.000 sq ft of newly renovated studio space is available. Contact us for details.

McDonough Museum of Art

The John J. McDonough Museum of Art, founded in 1991, is the University Art Museum for Youngstown State University and the Valley’s Premier Center for Contemporary Art. The Museum features changing exhibitions, installations, performances and lectures by regional, national and international artists. In addition, the Museum offers free lectures, performances and programs organized in collaboration with various departments on campus and the community at large.

Stambaugh Auditorium

1000 Fifth Avenue, Youngstown

Stambaugh Auditorium, located across from Wick Park, features a concert hall, ballroom, recital hall and formal garden. The venue welcomes national and international performers on a regular basis while also hosting local and regional entertainment and public events.

Cultivate Café

901 Elm Street, Youngstown

Cultivate Café holds open mic nights the second Friday of everything month. Brought to you by the Lake-to-River co-op and local farmers, the café provides a charming space for people to enjoy locally grown and homemade culinary delights.