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Cleveland Museum of Art

Cleveland 3.6 mi away
#1 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
The museum has a wonderful collection, modest by big city standards (NYC, Boston, etc.), but it is a collection that covers many artistic styles, and has a little bit of everything.
From armor dating back to 1493, tapestries, Faberge Eggs and other gifts from the Zhar, stained glass pieces and a wonderful painting of Fifth Avenue, NYC, in 1919, we spent a few hours wandering through the exhib...
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#2 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
Great Orchestra - Beautiful Building - Excellent staff with every seat a good one - Food and beverage available
With an early dinner, either at The Hall or restaurants nearby, along with preconcert lecture, and enclosed parking, you can make an entire evening of wonderful entertainment and convenience.
#1 of 11 things to do in Shaker Heights
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Cleveland Public Library

Cleveland 6.8 mi away
#7 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
Modern German (think Mike Myers Berliner act) sets made of machined metal, ancient Asian sets made of bone or ivory, whimsical sets made of china depicting the characters of Alice in Wonderland.
My favorite areas are the archives & the outdoor reading & gathering area...one of my favorite spots to eat lunch outside in downtown Cleveland.

Cleveland History Center

Cleveland 3.8 mi away
#12 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
The carousel was refurbished over years with great care and sits within a specially designed museum room addition and was rescued from Euclid Beach, a popular local amusement park dating back over 100 years.
It has many different sections from the Hay-McKinney House at one end to the auto (many old cars!) aviation museum and the beach park carousel (ride 107 year old carousel horses) at the other.
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Quicken Loans Arena

Cleveland 6.6 mi away
#18 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
Flash Seats helps make it easy to find tickets and attend games...parking gets a bit tough during the week, especially when the Indians are in town, but overall it's easy to get here and a great place to watch the...
I had the pleasure of experiancing a Phil Collins concert at the arena- Our seats were in the new private box area- the staff was incredibly helpful and friendly- the gold parking area in the garage was worth the...


Cleveland 6.3 mi away
#11 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
Offered the first Saturday of each month (September through December), the volunteers that work the venues at Playhouse Square (Red Coats) provide a free narrated back-stage tour of the theaters located at Playhou...
Had the amazing pleasure to be able to see the Beatles Tribute show - Rain - playing at the Keybank State theatre in Playhouse Square.
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Cleveland 7.2 mi away
#19 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
From the beginning of rock and roll to American Bandstand to the "Summer of Love (1967) we got to see all of our favorite bands and artists it is right on Lake Erie with many other venues to check out make a wee...
Great exhibits of the history and influencers of Rock n Roll including Elvis, special exhibit of John Cougar Mellencamp, 2017 Hall of Fame Inductees, the Beatles drum set, concert clothing worn by many famous sing...
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Heinen's Downtown

Cleveland 6.5 mi away
#10 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
This is a downtown Cleveland institution, featuring gourmet sandwiches and a host of other prepared food for those who wish an informal lunch or dinner, and a wide range of upscale groceries for local residents.
... to a ballgame or any other event in downtown Cleveland and all the regular restaurants are filled, stop in and have some wine and dinner in the atrium of an old bank building with the most beautiful rotunda ever.
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West Side Market

Cleveland 7.2 mi away
#17 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
a great old market with a diversity of items, stands of chicken, beef, sausages, bakeries, seafood, fruits & vegetables, & a lot more, neighborhood is also very cool, walk around
... well as local farmer market items & that pretty much describes this place…I especially liked the FREE PARKING LOT, as well as the smoked meats and other yummy tidbits…if you're a foodie, gourmand, glutton or j...
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#22 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
With the addition of a live coyote 'sanctuary' and other live animal exhibits (love the otters!), beautiful dioramas, many hands-on activities throughout, and lots of kid-friendly food in the re-designed eatery, w...
There is a lot to see and one could easily spend an entire day viewing the permanent and special exhibits, watching planetarium shows, and walking through the Perkins Wildlife Gardens.
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Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

Beachwood 3.6 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Beachwood
The Museum is so nice and it is so respectful and poignant about the Holocaust.
Wonderful museum worth a visit

A Christmas Story House

Cleveland 6.3 mi away
#15 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
The house, museum, and gift shop were fantastic - our tour guide was a lifelong Cleveland native who shared many of his personal stories about meeting the cast and crew, along with some hilarious inside stories of...
The venue includes three separate houses: the house featured in the movie, a small museum house across the street, and a gift shop in a house also across the street and adjacent to the museum house (plus a garage...

Great Lakes Brewing Company

Cleveland 7.2 mi away
#25 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
We enjoyed delicious fresh Christmas Ales and appreciated all the friendly staff (who by the way own the company!).
They begin by giving you a little history of the bar and restaurant area and the owners and how the decided to develop a brewery, We then went across the street to bottling and packaging facility.
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Wade Memorial Chapel

Cleveland 3.3 mi away
#4 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
My wife and I enjoyed our guided tour of the Wade Memorial Chapel while visiting the Lakeview Cemetery and the Cleveland area in early September 2018.
The chapel is open year round and is used for weddings, funerals and open to visitors who appreciate the work of Louis Tiffany.

Old Stone Church

Cleveland 7.0 mi away
#28 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
If in the area, it is worth a visit!
I happened to be in Cleveland on a Sunday, and the church was open to the public.
#30 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
When you get there the first thing you see from outside is the Euclid Beach Carousel restored and in a glass dome that you get to ride with the admission to the historical society.
Great place to visit if a rainy day, many exhibits to view, a lot of Cleveland history.
#34 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
While the museum Is geared toward kids, I thoroughly enjoyed speaking with the knowledgeable staff and getting my face printed on a (novelty) million dollar bill.
While walking around downtown Cleveland one fine morning, I decided to check out this Museum, very glad that I did.
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Old Arcade

Cleveland 6.8 mi away
#35 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
On a recent visit to Cleveland, I was able to walk through it and once again enjoy the beautiful architecture as I did 40 years ago when I worked in the downtown area.
It has an old world charm about it and is easily found in the downtown area close to the House of Blues and the Chocolate Martini Bar.
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Cedar Lee Cinema

Cleveland Heights 2.1 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Cleveland Heights

Greater Cleveland Aquarium

Cleveland 7.3 mi away
#38 of 177 things to do in Cleveland

Trapped! Escape Room

Cleveland Heights 2.9 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Cleveland Heights
The sheer amount of detail put into the themed rooms (puzzles that make sense in their setting, trap doors, hidden areas, etc.) makes it so much fun!
We played the Edge of the Enchanted Forest tonight in Willoughby and it was loads of fun.

St John's Cathedral

Cleveland 6.7 mi away
#36 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
Beautiful cathedral- especially good to visiit during Christmas season due to beautiful,decorations -conveniently located in downtown Cleveland
If you are just visiting the Cleveland area stop in for daily/Sunday mass or just stop in to pray.
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#41 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
I really enjoyed this fascinating museum which is free and right next to the cheapest parking on the waterfront.
A beautiful museum, easy to get too, free parking & admission, nice gift shop.

Cleveland Play House

Cleveland 6.4 mi away
#37 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
My husband & I saw The Million Dollar Quartet here on a Friday night with my parents.

JACK Cleveland Casino

Cleveland 6.8 mi away
#44 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
Fun times here, would definitely go back anytime I am nearby, good for groups of people also for a weekend.
I played only the "penny" slots for a couple of hours and walked away with $100 in winnings, free parking, a free buffet, and I met many interesting people.

Class Axe Throwing Cleveland

Valley View 5.4 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Valley View
They’re all about safety, but do it in a manner that also allows you to have fun and relax.
Each year we do a large family outing.

Allen Theatre

Cleveland 6.4 mi away
#49 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
We love the balcony and usually have our season tickets for the front row.

Terminal Tower

Cleveland 6.9 mi away
#32 of 177 things to do in Cleveland
As with most great ideas, the transit plan for the Tower took on a life of it's own, which became the spectacular structure located in the heart of Downtown Cleveland.
The observation deck is open Sat 12 - 5pm and Sun 12 - 4pm Tickets are $5 + handling fees Ages 5 and under free I've admired downtown Cleveland, especially the Terminal Tower, since my childhood days.