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  • 1 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    One Key Plaza

    Like the music it represents, this museum's geometric design (1995, I.M. Pei) is bold and energetic. Focal point of Cleveland's renewed waterfront since its opening in 1995, the Hall of Fame encompasses six levels of exhibits ranging from the roots o..

  • 2 Cleveland Arcade Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    401 Euclid Ave. 401

    This splendid stone and brick structure (1890) reflects the exuberant optimism of Cleveland's heyday. Its two nine-story towers are connected by a five-story glass-roofed arcade, today housing a tony indoor shopping mall.

  • This sprawling institution consists of two museums, a historic home and an adjoining research library. Founded in 1867, the Western Reserve's collection is housed in two adjoining Italian Renaissance mansions. The History Museum treats visitors to a ..

  • 4 Public Square Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Superior Ave

    Focal point of downtown, Public Square's four landscaped quadrants contain some of the city's finest architecture. In the southwest corner sits the Tower City Center. A three-level shopping mall fills the former concourse below the 52-story Beaux-Art..

  • 5 Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Recommended Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    3900 Wildlife Way

    Located 5mi south of downtown Cleveland, this 165-acre wooded zoo re-creates ecosystems for 578 animal species. Here you can see a sleek pack of gray wolves close-up in Wolf Wilderness, or visit the steamy RainForest, which brings together more than ..

  • 6 Steamship William G. Mather Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    305 Erieside Ave

    The freighter flagship Mather carried iron ore and coal to Great Lakes factories and mills for nearly 55 years beginning in 1925. Visitors can walk through the restored freighter, with its oak-paneled pilot house and four-story engine room. The forwa..

  • 7 Playhouse Square Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1501 Euclid Ave

    Playhouse Square is the largest performing—arts center outside New York City. Its four restored early-20C theaters—the Allen, State, Ohio and Palace-stage ballet, opera and Broadway productions.

  • 8 Cleveland Museum of Natural History Interesting

    Museums and art

    1 Wade Oval

    Designed as a quadrangle, the lobby of the museum is brightened by shafts of sunlight pouring in from the inviting Environmental Courtyard. In the Kirkland Hall of Prehistoric Life, you'll find a cast of the 3.2 million-year-old skeleton named Lucy, ..

  • 9 West Side Market

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1979 W. 25th St

    The West Side Market is the largest indoor/outdoor market in the country. It continues to sell meat, produce and bakery items as it has since 1912.

  • 10 Cleveland Mall

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    500 Lakeside Ave

    Inspired by the 1893 Chicago Columbian Exposition, Cleveland's leaders conceived a plan in 1903 to erect a monumental grouping of public buildings. Their work, set on a T-shaped series of grassy malls, yielded some of the city's Beaux-Arts and Renais..

  • 11 Gateway District

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    2057 E 4th St

    The Gateway District boasts Jacob's Field (2041 Ontario St.), home of the Cleveland Indians baseball team, and Gund Arena (1 Center Ct.), which hosts basketball and hockey.

  • 12 USS Cod

    Museums and art

    East of the pier off N. Marginal Rd

    The last completely authentic World War II American submarine in existence today, the Cod completed her final patrol in 1945. Inside the sub's cramped quarters, the smell of diesel fuel and machine oil still lingers and the compartments are chock-ful..

  • 13 Theater District

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1515 Euclid Ave

    The Theater District radiates out from Playhouse Square, which is the largest performing-arts center outside New York City.

  • 14 North Coast Harbor

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    751 Erieside Ave

    Site of the Port of Cleveland, the North Coast district borders the Lake Erie shore north of downtown at Erieside Avenue and East Ninth Street. Its attractions nestle around a snug inlet along the restored lakefront.

  • 15 University Circle

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    10831 Magnolia Drive

    Cleveland's cultural center, University Circle is located 4mi east of downtown near Case Western Reserve University. One square mile in size, it was laid out in 1895 to improve access to the "heights," a series of plateaus around the city t..

  • 16 Warehouse District

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    614 Superior Avenue

    Cleveland's oldest neighborhood, the Warehouse District bustles with trendy restaurants, jazz clubs and upscale condominiums.

  • 17 Cleveland Browns Football Stadium

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1085 W. 3rd St

    The stadium is home to the professional football team the Cleveland Browns.

  • 18 Great Lakes Science Center

    Museums and art

    601 Erieside Ave

    Next door to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Great Lakes Science Center boasts more than 350 thought-provoking hands-on exhibits organized into three major themes: science, environment and technology. The center's OMNIMAX® theater screens a chang..

  • 19 International Women's Air & Space Museum, Inc.

    Museums and art

    1501 Marginal Rd

    The museum is dedicated to preserving the role of women in aviation. Exhibits show women's roles in aviation as back as Napoleon's time to women in space.

  • 20 NASA-Glenn Visitor Center

    Museums and art

    21000 Brookpark Rd.

    Near Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport, the National Aeronautic and Space Administration's leading research and development center for aerospace propulsion, power and satellite communication welcomes the public at its visitor center. Exhibits h..

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