Actually, I knew who Robyn Hitchcock is, and I know who Alfred Hitchcock was (in fact, I have a piece of paper with his autograph and a self-portrait caricature he gave me when we ran into him and his wife on our honeymoon in Hawaii in 1973). What I didn't know was whether they were related. Thanks, The Don.
Now. Where in Ohio are you moving to? It's a pretty big state. But if it's the Columbus area, there are myriads of fun places to go and cool things to do and see. The LDS temple is on the west side of Columbus, and the downtown area is pretty cool. Ohio State University is just north of downtown, complete with everything Buckeye-sports-related, if that's your thing. Art galleries. The Columbus Zoo. Wonderful shopping malls. COSI (Center of Science and Industry, a hands-on science museum that kids really love). New Albany is close by, home of Bath & Body Works.
Going a bit south (well, a bit north or west or east, too, for that matter... as long as you go away from a city), there are gorgeous rural areas and farmland and open spaces, but also shopping and services near enough that you don't feel isolated. Really southern Ohio has the Ohio River. Cincinnati area has King's Island and a waterpark, the Cincinnati Reds, and Skyline Chili. I avoid Cincinnati as much as possible.
Northern Ohio: the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum is in Cleveland, the Football Hall of Fame is in Canton. Cedar Point and Sea World are up there, as is Lake Erie.
Central Ohio is the best place in the world to live. I am not the least bit biased in my views.
Have a nice day, unless you already have other plans.