Cleveland Area Attractions

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame:  The world's foremost museum devoted to the celebration and preservation of rock & roll music.

A Christmas Story House:   The recently restored house is open year round for tours and overnight stays.  Across the street is the Museum which features original props, costumes, memorabilia and behind-the-scenes photos from the film, A Christmas Story.


Cleveland Botanical Garden:  With 20 distinct,  ever-changing gardens, you will find many plants in bloom every day of the year.

 Cleveland Metroparks Zoo:  Located just 5 miles south of downtown Cleveland, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is home to many animals and attractions.

Cleveland Museum of Art:  One of Cleveland's largest art museums offers free admission to view the collections. (Some special exhibitions may carry a charge)

Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (MOCA):  Always changing, MOCA's iconic building holds no collection--allowing for more opportunity to show more artists' work.

 Cleveland Museum of Natural History:  Learn about nature, animals, outer space, dinosaurs, and how humans have changed over time.

 Great Lakes Science Center:  Home to the NASA Glenn Visitor Center, where you can explore galleries, interactive exhibits, artifacts and NASA media for an exciting space adventure.

 Greater Cleveland Aquarium:  Filled with aquatic life from the Great Lakes and colorful sea creatures from around the world, you'll explore 50 exhibits - many with 360-degree views.

 Pro Football Hall of Fame:  For the NFL Football fans, the Pro Football Hall of Fame is located in Canton, OH, just an hour's drive from Cleveland.

 Underground Railroad:  Cleveland, or "Station Hope" as it was code-named, was a key state in the operations of the Underground Railroad in the years leading up to the Civil War.

 West Side Market:  Cleveland's oldest market, operating since 1912, is home to 100 vendors offering numerous varieties of foods, flowers, spices and ready-to-eat foods.

Playhouse Square:  Cleveland offers the country's largest performing arts center outside of New York.  Playhouse Square attracts more than one million guests per year to its 1,000+ annual events -  consisting of Broadway, concerts, dance, plays, comedy, speakers, family shows and more.







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