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Take I-90 East to the I-90/State Route 2 East split. Take Route 2 East. Travel to Fairport/Painesville/Ohio 283/Ohio 535 exit. Veer right toward Fairport Harbor. Get into the far left lane on Richmond Street (turns into middle lane), proceed north to Fairport Harbor. Turn right on High Street to the business district and beach.
Take I-90 West to State Route 44 (Painesville/Chardon Exit). Turn right onto Route 44 North. Travel to State Route 2; take Route 2 East to Fairport/Painesville/Ohio 283/Ohio 535 exit. Veer right toward Fairport Harbor. Get into the far left lane on Richmond Street (turns into middle lane), proceed north to Fairport Harbor. Turn right on High Street to the business district and beach.
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Tourism in Fairport Harbor
Finnish Heritage Group Tours
The Finnish Heritage Museum gallery has changing exhibits throughout the year telling the story of Finnish heritage and various cultural traditions by displaying artifacts and providing information relating to this important history. Arriving here in the mid to late 1800's, Finns brought with them their customs, work ethic, religious and moral beliefs. Tour the museum gallery and hall of fame and experience a Finnish Coffee Table. More
Fairport Harbor Motor Coach Tours
The Fairport Harbor Tourism Council offers step-on guide service for your motor coach tour with a Historical Tour of the Village of Fairport Harbor. Enjoy our two lighthouses, museums, and one of Lake Erie's best beaches where one can swim, kayak, play sand volleyball, picnic and more. More
Fairport Harbor Lighthouse & Marine Museum
The Fairport Harbor Marine Museum is the first Great Lakes lighthouse marine museum in the state of Ohio, as well as in the United States. It was founded in 1945 by the Fairport Harbor Historical Society, which is devoted to preserving and perpetuating the historic tradition and sentiment in Fairport Harbor and the Great Lakes area. More