Cleveland Sights

A little bit Midwest and a little bit East Coast, Cleveland has continually shrugged off it's image as an irrelevant or unappealing city, adopting the philosophy that living well is the best revenge. Major attractions such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the Great Lakes Science Center, the Theater District, and the Gateway sports venues anchor the city's cultural scene, and a world-class

orchestra, stunning art museum, and lush parks at every turn don't hurt either. Neighborhoods such as the Flats, the Warehouse District, the Gateway District, and North Coast Harbor buzz with restaurants, shops, and nightclubs.

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Cleveland Botanical Garden

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The tranquility, vibrancy, and soothing power of six permanent outdoor beds, including a Japanese "dry rock" garden and rose garden,...

Cleveland Browns

  • Sports Venue

Cleveland's NFL team plays from September through December at Cleveland Browns Stadium, a modern facility in every sense of the word.

Cleveland Cavaliers

  • Sports Venue

Fans mob Quicken Loans Arena, near Jacobs Field in the Gateway District, to see local phenom LeBron James and Cleveland's NBA team. ...

Cleveland Indians

  • Sports Venue

The Indians, Cleveland's boys of summer, play the pasttime at downtown Jacobs Field between April through September. If they're available,...

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

  • Zoo/Aquarium

This zoo cares for more than 3,000 animals living in naturalistic habitats—giraffes and zebras roam in the African Savanna, kangaroos...

Cleveland Museum of Natural History

  • Museum/Gallery

A 70-foot-long dinosaur skeleton and a model of the world's oldest human fossil—"Lucy"—are among the treasures housed here. The collection...

Cleveland Play House

  • Arts/Performance Venue

The oldest regional theater in America, founded in 1915, is an architectural landmark. A 1983 addition, designed by architect Phillip...

Cleveland Rock Gym

  • Sports Venue

So Cleveland's terrain isn't exactly alpine, but the guides here take all comers to rocky outcrops in the Cleveland Metroparks. Outdoor...

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

The 33,000-acre recreation area, and the only national park in Ohio, sprawls along 22 miles of the Cuyahoga River between Cleveland and...

Dunham Tavern Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Now a curious structure among the modern buildings and warehouses in Cleveland's Midtown District, the museum is filled with artifacts...


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