Ohio has bustling cities, quaint towns and wilderness areas that vary from rocky cliffs to great lake beaches. At Hocking Hills in Rockbridge, nature lovers can take in the sites from a bird’s eye vantage point, by ziplining through treetops and traversing skybridges high over the forest floor. Music lovers can make a pilgrimage to Cleveland, where the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum displays memorabilia from artists ranging from Tom Waits to Donna Summer. At Jungle Jim’s International Market in Springfield, foodies can wander around the largest supermarket in the United States. Cooking classes and guided tours of this massive facility are available. The young and young-at-heart can ride the world’s biggest collection of roller coasters at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, voted Best Amusement Park in The World for 13 consecutive years. Ohio is home to numerous wineries, such as the Wyandotte Winery in Columbus, and the state hosts culinary festivals such as the Columbus Food and Wine Affair. Shoppers can lighten their wallets at Aurora Farms Premium Outlets in Aurora or splurge on more folksy fare at the Annual Labor Day Flea Market in Hartville. The Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus has been declared one of the nation’s top 10 hospitals for delivering the highest quality care, according to the University Health System Consortium.