Introduction to Brunswick, Ohio
Brunswick, Ohio, in Medina county, is 13 miles SW of Parma, Ohio and 19 miles SW of Cleveland, Ohio. The people of the city are in the Cleveland - Lorain - Elyria metropolitan area. Brunswick has a population of 33,388.
The first modern settlers in this area were Solomon and Frederick Deming. They arrived in March 1815 and were soon followed by other families. The area was named after a principality in Germany. It had its first election in April 1818.
Brunswick and nearby Attractions
- Hinckley Reservation
- Rocky River Reservation
- Royal Victorian Gardens
- Gardenview Horticultural Park
- Brunswick hills Golf Course
- Mills Stream Run
Things To Do In Brunswick
Heritage Farm is a popular tourist destination in Brunswick. It is a historical farmstead from the 1860s. The park is spread over 32 acres and includes a museum, as well as a one mile-long walking trail which passes through tall grass prairie land. There are several golf courses in the area, where golf lovers can busy themselves.
The Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport is nearby.
Brunswick Higher Education
The colleges and universities in the neighboring areas include Baldwin-Wallace College, Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga Community College District.