Originally named Heaton’s Furnace after the owner of one of the first iron ore-processing plants in Ohio, Niles is a tight-knit, growing community home to friendly faces, a rich history and lots of shopping.
With more than 200 stores and restaurants, Niles’ Eastwood Mall Complex entertains day and night (or for a long weekend). Additions include a three-tank aquarium filled with sharks and salt-water fish. Business Insider voted Eastwood Mall the best shopping mall in Ohio, and USA Today awarded it the distinction of No. 1 place to shop for Black Friday. Check out the numerous hotels near by with some of the best shop and stay packages.
Baseball fans should find their way Eastwood Field, part of the complex and home to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, a member of the Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft League. The league focuses on top college level prospects who are eligible to be drafted that summer by MLB teams. MLB All-Stars such as CC Sabathia, Victor Martinez, Francisco Lindor and Jose Martinez have called themselves Scrappers.
Before William McKinley became a distinguished Civil War soldier and the 25th president of the US, he was born and raised in Niles. A 12-foot-tall statue of the former president welcomes guests to the National McKinley Birthplace Memorial, which includes the McKinley Memorial Library, Museum and Birthplace Home, where collections of memorabilia and furniture are preserved.
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A Coffee Shop with a Mission! Established by Cadence Care Network, the Cadence Coffeehouse and Creperie is a social enterprise located in downtown Niles that provides vulnerable youth with job training and life skills … all while serving up great coffee, pastries, crepes and sandwiches in a city center that’s on its way back.
One of the largest retail centers in the nation, this complex is home to over 200 department stores, specialty shops, restaurants, hotels and other businesses. Eastwood Field is home to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. Named by USA Today as Ohio's "Best Place to Shop on Black Friday."
We are not your average escape room. In fact, we will take you back in time to real historical situations, and provide you with the opportunity to see if you and your group can change history.
Welcome to the ultimate experience! Run, don’t walk and bounce on over to Extreme Air Trampoline Park, Trumbull County's only trampoline park. With over 10,000 square feet of custom made trampolines adjoining the floors and walls, and set in a family friendly atmosphere, we are dedicated to one thing: EXTREME FAMILY FUN & FITNESS!
The league will focus on top college level prospects who are eligible to be drafted that summer by MLB teams. The partnership preserves high level baseball in the Mahoning Valley for years to come.
Located on the site of the original McKinley home (and birthplace of President William McKinley), and just down the street from the William McKinley Birthplace Museum. Features the replica home of the family's rooms, and a research center.
The William McKinley Birthplace Museum honors the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley, who was born and raised in Niles, Ohio. The museum contains artifacts of McKinley’s life and his presidency.
With over 20 years in operation, Vernon's offers a variety of dining options for your consideration. We have in house and off-site catering, individual or party size take out, a full service bar and a nationally award winning wine list.
Niles Union Cemetery in Trumbull County Ohio got its start in 1806 and was originally known as Jack Oak Burying Ground. It would suffer major damage over a century later in 1985 when a rare, powerful tornado passed through the area.