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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  • 1. The Park Shops

    Downtown | Building/Architectural Site

    Once the hub for Cleveland's passenger railroad traffic, the city's oldest skyscraper is the second tallest in Ohio, after the Key Bank Tower...Read More

  • 2. Tours of Cleveland, LLC

    Downtown | Tour–Sight

    Get up-close and personal with the city's avenues, architecture, neighborhoods, and history on a two-hour stroll through Downtown or Ohio City...Read More

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