Cleveland Attractions

Nestled by the banks of Lake Erie, Cleveland is a four season playground for some good fun and enjoyment. From museums and art houses to well kept gardens, dine and wine options, and a happening club scene, Cleveland attractions are at par with those of the best partying spots in the world. The amusement parks, wine tasting trails and outdoor concerts blend of some of the best entertainment possibilities. Our travel guide would be a great place to get started and to get on top of the latest events and happenings of this city.
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Most Visited Places in Cleveland - Recommended Cleveland Attractions and Nightlife Entertainments

Also known as The Forest City, Cleveland is located in northeastern Ohio, United States. It is the most populous city of Ohio. Cleveland is a popular tourism destination and some of the top recommended attractions are as follows:

Cleveland Botanical Garden was founded in 1930 and is situated in the University circle. It is one of the finest gardens of United States and has a unique conservatory named Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse. Cleveland Botanical Garden is open on Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10 am to 5 pm, and Sundays from 12 noon to 5pm. The garden is closed on Mondays. The garden also has a Garden Cafe which serves its visitors tasty refreshments. You can also purchase items like ornaments, jewelry, body products etc from the Garden Store.

Cleveland Museum of Art is located in Wade Park and is a famous art museum which has a collection of more than 43,000 art works. The museum is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 5 pm and on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10am to 9pm. The Museum is closed on Mondays.

Other attractions include African American Museum, Cleveland Children's Museum, Cleveland Metro park zoo, Public Square, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and many more.

Nightlife is quite rocking in Cleveland. There are plenty of bars in Cleveland like Around the Corner, The Garage Bar, Tree house, Panini's etc. Some of the Dance Clubs are Mercury Lounge, The Velvet Dog and many more.

Thus, these are some of the major attractions of Cleveland. Visit these places and have a blast.

Top Five Places Visitors will not Miss: Cleveland Attractions Tours Guide

Cleveland is the second largest and most populous city in the U.S. state of Ohio. It has a strong economic base and a history as a manufacturing centre due to its location at the outflow of river Cuyahoga River into Lake Erie. Several American industrialists including John. D. Rockfeller and Samuel Mather made their fortunes here. However, what would a tourist find interesting in this city?

Things to do in Cleveland

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The Cleveland Botanical Garden, situated in the University Circle neighborhood, features an 18000 square foot conservatory that is the home to over 350 species of plants and 50 species of animals from two different biomes and over 10 acres of gardens. It plays host to many family and children-centric events, notably the Creature Feature and the WinterShow.

Cleveland Botanical Garden

http://www.cbgarden.org/Garden_in_the_News.html

Cleveland Botanical Garden on Wiki

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleveland_Botanical_Garden

The Great Lakes Science Centre is another major tourist attraction. It boasts of the Omnimax theatre, several permanent and travelling interactive exhibits, the William G Mather steamship exhibit and several unique and innovative programs like summer camps and field trips. The objective is to understand science, technology and their interdependence with the environment.

Great Lakes Science Centre

http://www.greatscience.com/

Great Lakes Science Centre on Wiki

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Lakes_Science_Center

The floating USS Cod submarine memorial provides visitors a chance to tour the submarine that played a vital role during World War II, credited with sinking over 15 ships using torpedoes and gunfire. Designated a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of Interior in 1986, the Cod has stairways and doors cut into its pressure hulls for easy access. Visitors use the original ladders and hatches to tour the ship.

USS Cod submarine memorial

http://www.usscod.org/

USS Cod submarine memorial on Wiki

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Cod_%28SS-224%29

Perhaps the most famous landmark in Cleveland, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, is situated on the shores of Lake Erie. The glass encased tower of a bold I.M. Pei design is the home to the greatest collection of rock and roll exhibits and memorabilia. It documents the entire history of rock and roll, featuring a list of 500 songs that shaped rock and roll and a Hall of Fame for the most influential performers.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

http://www.rockhall.com/

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Wiki

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_and_Roll_Hall_of_Fame

These are but a few attractions in the great city of Cleveland. Tourists may opt for guided tours or create their own walking plans to tour the city at their own pace.