Akron may refer to:
Original town plot of Akron
Quaker Square as it appeared in 1979
The UofA displays the Archives of the History of American Psychology
Downtown Akron from the All-America Bridge
View of the Akron skyline from the west looking east
Jablonski Sculpture, a gift of the Zimmite Corporation in tribute to Nola M. Guzztta's humanitarian interest in providing for the blind a vision of artistic and architectural design through touch.
Lock 3 Park amphitheater
Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens entrance
Akron Art Museum
Firestone Stadium hosts the National Pro Fastpitch Championship Series.
InfoCision Stadium – Summa Field
Firestone Country Club
Akron Beacon Journal Headquarters
GOJO Industries headquarters
The Ocasek Building includes state, county, and city offices.
Statue of Simon Perkins, founder of Akron, in front of the University of Akron College of Business Administration moved from its original location in Grace Park.
Goodyear Polymer Center
In 2009 Akron-Summit County Public Library was recognized with a 5 star rating by Library Journal
Akron Fulton International Airport administration building
Akron Northside Station
Robert K. Pfaff Transit Center
The Innerbelt looking northeast
View of Akron from the south looking north
Summit County Courthouse and police car. The modern police car originated in Akron in 1899.
Mission Specialist Judith Resnik on the middeck of Discovery during STS-41-D
Global street sign