Introduction to Warren, Ohio
Warren, Ohio, in Trumbull county, is 13 miles NW of Youngstown, Ohio and 49 miles E of Cleveland, Ohio. The city is located in the Youngstown - Warren metropolitan area. Warren has a population of 46,832.
Warren was first settled in in 1801. Ephraim Quinby was one of the early settlers of the area which was named after Moses Warren, the surveyor of the Connecticut Land Company. Warren became one of the major trading and manufacturing centers in the late 19th century and remained so throughout the 20th century. By 1888, four railroads connected this area with the rest of Ohio. The family of Neil Armstrong lived in Warren before settling in Wapakoneta.
Warren and nearby Attractions
- National Packard Museum
- Trumbull Art Gallery
- John Stark Edwards House
- Americana Amusement Park
- Glendower State Memorial
- Mosquito Lake State Park
Things To Do In Warren
There are opportunities for enjoying a number of activities in the city of Warren. You can visit the Packard Park, John Stark Edwards House and Museum, Glendower Museum or the Sutliff Museum. The city also organizes a number of events at the Packard Music Hall. In addition, Warren has a flea market.
Air transportation is available from Youngstown - Warren Regional Airport.
Warren Higher Education
Kent State University - Trumbull Regional Campus, Raphaels School of Beauty Culture Inc and Trumbull Business College are some of the local colleges and universities.