Experience the grandeur of an age gone by at The Arcade, one of America’s first indoor shopping malls.
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First Energy Stadium
First Energy Stadium, the stadium of the Cleveland Browns is located in downtown Cleveland on the shores of Lake Erie and hosts other events such as college and high school football games, soccer games, and concerts.
Cleveland Metroparks is committed to preserving significant natural resources and enhancing people's lives by providing safe, high-quality, outdoor education, recreation, and zoological opportunities and improving the future for wildlife. With 16 reservations across 22,000 acres, the Metroparks has hundreds of miles of walking, bicycle, and horse trails, parks, picnic areas, five nature education centers, seven golf courses, and abundant fishing holes.
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
The Zoo is home to nearly 3,000 exotic animals representing 600 species from six continents. Top attractions include the Rain Forest, Northern Trek, Australian Adventure, African Savanna, Waterfowl Lake and the Primate, Cat & Aquatics Building.
The Cleveland Museum of Art
Situated in Wade Park, within the University Circle neighborhood on Cleveland's east side, The Cleveland Museum of Art is internationally renowned for its substantial holdings of Asian and Egyptian art, and houses a diverse permanent collection of more than 43,000 works of art from around the world. The Museum has remained historically true to the vision of its founders, keeping general admission free to the public.
The Cleveland Orchestra
Downtown Cleveland Alliance The Cleveland Orchestra stands today among the world’s most revered symphonic ensembles. Whether in concerts at home in Severance Hall, at Blossom, on tour, in radio and television broadcasts, or in its critically-admired discography, The Cleveland Orchestra continues to set standards of performing excellence and imaginative programming that serve as models for audiences and performers alike.
Cleveland Public Library
The Cleveland Public Library circulates one of the largest and most extensive collections in the country, boasting close to ten million items.
The Children’s Museum is the only institution in Cleveland completely dedicated to the overall development of young children, ages 12 months to 8 years, through multicultural programming. In its 18th year of operation, the Museum continues in its mission to provide exhibits and programs that enhance child development—a place where thousands of young children annually Discover the World and Learn through Play!
A Christmas Story House
A Christmas Story House, now restored to its movie splendor, is open year round to the public for tours. Directly across the street from the house is the official A Christmas Story House Museum, which features original props, costumes and memorabilia from the film, as well as hundreds of rare behind-the-scenes photos.
Once known as the place to find Cleveland hippies, Coventry now provides a mix of eclectic eateries and shops catering to young and old alike. The diversity of the neighborhood brings purple-haired punk rockers into contact with elderly Russian immigrants, yuppie families, students from nearby Case Western Reserve University and John Carroll University, and hippie throwbacks. The community thrives on this diversity, and the business district offers a view into the makeup of distinct people of the area.
Crawford Auto & Air Museum
The Crawford Auto Aviation Museum, a Collection of Western Reserve Historical Society, presents the history of land and air transportation by using interesting, engaging and entertaining exhibits, displays, and activities.
Crocker Park is located on 75 tree-lined and beautifully landscaped acres at the intersection of Crocker and Detroit Roads in Westlake, Ohio. Crocker Park is one of the most exciting developments of its kind in the country. This $480 million project encompasses 12 city blocks and features a mixture of internationally known retail stores, spacious office buildings, great restaurants, luxury apartments, and spectacular homes. It's all in a park-like setting filled with the captivating charm and bustling energy of a traditional downtown main street.
Downtown Cleveland Alliance is the not-for-profit organization dedicated to building a dynamic downtown. It is committed to making downtown Cleveland the most compelling place to live, work, play, and visit in the region.
East 4th Street is the one neighborhood where you can do it all. From the best food and entertainment the city has to offer to the coolest address in town to live, East 4th Street is an experience you don’t want to miss.
Great Lakes Theater Festival
Launched on a shoestring budget of $50,000, the festival is now a $3 million-a-year operation that anchors Cleveland’s vital Playhouse Square complex with five full-length productions appearing at the Ohio Theatre from July through December.
Historic Gateway Neighborhood
The Historic Gateway Neighborhood has a broad range of commercial, residential, and entertainment options. Home to five hotels with over 1000 rooms, HGN is anchored by Progressive Field and Quicken Loans Arena and has more than four dozen restaurants. National, regional, and local concerts rock the House of Blues and Quicken Loans Arena. Much of Downtown Cleveland's Central Business District overlaps HGN and brings thousands of daily commuters.
International Women's Air & Space Museum
The Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history of women in aviation and space and the documentation of their continuing contributions today and in the future.
One of Cleveland's oldest neighborhoods, and perhaps its most ethnically diverse, Ohio City is a culturally rich community located in downtown Cleveland. Originally home to Irish and German immigrants, Ohio City today is home to more than 15 ethnic groups representing more than 10,000 people. Chock-full of historic homes and commercial buildings, new condos and townhouses, unique shops, and some of the area’s hottest restaurants and nightspots, Ohio City is a family-friendly Cleveland destination.
As the country’s largest performing arts center outside of New York, the not-for-profit performing arts center utilizes the arts to engage individuals and attract over one million guests per year to its 1,000+ annual events.
This world-class facility was created expressly for baseball, specifically for Cleveland. This urban ballpark and Cleveland landmark offers a fan-friendly facility within an intimate environment.
Quicken Loans Arena
Quicken Loans Arena is a multipurpose arena that is home to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Lake Erie Monsters, and Cleveland’s minor league football team the Cleveland Gladiators, as well as concerts and a variety of other events.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is the preeminent home to rock and roll music history. The museum's permanent collection includes the world's most impressive and iconic collection of rock and roll artifacts.
Tremont is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Cleveland and is home to many upscale restaurants, art galleries, unique shopping, and historic churches.
More than 20 miles of facts and fun are covered in Trolley Tours' well known City Sightseeing Tour, one of the most reliable, pleasant, and convenient ways to see Cleveland. The comprehensive narrated tours include The Flats, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the Great Lakes Science Center, Playhouse Square, and many other local attractions.
Located on the east side of Cleveland, University Circle is a neighborhood dominated by cultural and educational institutions, as well as being the medical hub of Greater Cleveland.
Cedar Point Amusement Park
Opened in 1870, Cedar Point has been ranked as the best amusement park in the world for 14 consecutive years. Cedar Point is also the only amusement park with four roller coasters that are taller than 200 feet. The park is located in Sandusky, OH, a one hour drive from Cleveland.
Lake Erie Shores & Islands
With a mainland area that spans from Vermilion, Ohio to Genoa, Ohio and inland, plus Kelleys, Middle Bass and South Bass islands, the Lake Erie Shores & Islands boasts more than 150 miles of freshwater coastline and some of the greatest attractions around.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Just an hour drive from Cleveland, the Pro Football Hall of Fame located in Canton, is a family-friendly destination and a must visit for any football fan!