Cleveland Ohio Attractions
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The Arcade, since 1890One of Cleveland’s best-known landmarks, The Arcade has an international reputation as one of the finest buildings of its type and was the first large-scale indoor shopping mall in the United States.
The Arcade has something for everyone with unique gift shops, services, clothing boutiques, a food court and fine dining.
10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday - Saturday
Hours vary by store.
Tower City Center, this former rail terminal, was the tallest building in North America outside of New York City until 1964. Today, Tower City is the main retail center in Downtown Cleveland, and is also the focal point of Cleveland’s public transportation system.
230 W Huron Rd, Cleveland, OH 44113
Cleveland Browns Stadium
Great Lakes Science Center
Quicken Loans Arena - Home of the Cleveland Cavaliers
Progressive Field - Home of the Cleveland Indians
Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame
Tower City – Cleveland’s destination for shopping and dining
Peabody's Concert Club - Featuring local and national entertainment
House of Blues - National entertainment
Fat Fish Blue
Hard Rock Cafe
House of Blues
The Barley House -
Cleveland Botanical Gardens
11030 East Boulevard, Cleveland 44106
Cleveland Botanical Garden, located in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States, was founded in 1930 as the Garden Center of Greater Cleveland. It was the first such organization in an American city. Originally housed in a converted boathouse on Wade Park Lagoon. In 1966, having outgrown its original home, the Garden Center moved to its present location in University Circle, the site of the old Cleveland Zoo. In 1994, the organization's Board of Trustees changed the name to Cleveland Botanical Garden to reflect a dramatically expanded mission and launched an ambitious capital campaign to develop a facility that would support the enhanced program agenda. The expanded and renovated building, opened to the public in July 2003.
There are also 10 acres of gardens, including the award-winning Hershey Children's Garden (the first children's garden in Ohio), Restorative Garden, Topiary Garden, Western Reserve Herb Society Garden, Japanese Garden, Rose Garden, Ohio Woodland, Perennial Border, and the Gateway Garden.
Cleveland Cultural Gardens
The Cultural Gardens are located within the City of Cleveland's Rockefeller Park. The oldest and largest Gardens are along East Blvd. from St. Clair Avenue on the north to Superior Avenue on the south. The later Gardens, and the newest, are along Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd and start just north of St. Clair and continue to Superior Avenue at the southern end. An exception is the Chinese Garden that is also along MLK Jr. Blvd but located half way between Chester Avenue and East 105th, across from the Cleveland Museum of Art's Wade Park Lagoon.
The Gardens extend roughly 1.5 mils on both MLK and East Blvds, so a complete walk around the Gardens would be 3 miles in length. Driving to the Gardens can be done by exiting I-90/Rt 2 at the MLK Jr. Blvd exit and proceed south along MLK Jr. Blvd. East Blvd is one block east of MLK Jr. Blvd. There are four (4) access roads leading east and up to East Blvd. along MLK Jr. Blvd. Alternatively, MLK Jr.Blvd. intersects with many streets south of Rockefeller Park. Major nearby streets in University Circle are Chester Avenue and Euclid Avenue, to name but a few.
This $480 million project encompasses 12 city blocks and features a mixture of internationally known retail stores, spacious office buildings, great restaurants, luxury apartments, and spectacular homes. It's all in a park-like setting filled with the captivating charm and bustling energy of a traditional downtown main street.
Legacy Village is a brand new "lifestyle" retail center in Lyndhurst bring to Northeast Ohio The Cheesecake Factory, California Pizza Kitchen, Atria, Stir Crazy, Brio, Claddagh Irish Pub, EXPO Design Center, Crate & Barrel, Viking Cultural Center, Acorn, Talbot's and more.
Memphis Kiddie Park
10340 Memphis Ave.,
Cleveland, Ohio 44114 www.memphiskiddiepark.com
Memphis Kiddie Park has been delighting young children -- and their parents -- since 1952. The park boasts miniature rides, old-style concessions, and an arcade -- all geared towards children 1-8 years old. An adjacent 18-hole miniature golf course is rated one of the best in the state.
Miniature Golf Course, Rides, Food, Free Parking!
Perk Park/Chester Commons
Perk Park, formerly Chester Commons, has perhaps the greatest potential to truly revitalize a critical corner of downtown Cleveland. Located at East 12th and Chester Avenue, the park sits in the middle of downtown’s highest concentration of residents.
Voinovich Park is a hidden gem in downtown Cleveland. Located at the end of the pier behind the Rock Hall, it has stunning views of both the city and sunsets over the lake. The park is open late, and has a guard, which may make some people feel more comfortable due to its downtown location. It's perfect for an afternoon stroll, or a picnic after visiting the Rock Hall or Great Lakes science Center. Located at E 9th St
Cleveland, OH 44114
The modern focal point of Ohio City is the historic West Side Market built in 1912. The European-styled market, located at the intersection of Lorian Ave. & West 25th Streets. draws an estimated one million visitors annually. Located north of the West Side Market is one of the largest of urban farms in America. The Ohio City Fresh Food Collaborative includes a farm, retail farm stand, and community kitchen on a 6-acre city parcel.
The neighborhood contains the largest concentration of breweries in Cleveland. Most famously, the award-winning Great Lakes Brewery is located on W. 28th Street. Its brew pub on Market Avenue (adjacent to the West Side Market) occupies a building that formerly housed the Market Tavern, a pub frequented by Eliot Ness. Three additional breweries have opened in the 2010's, which include Market Garden Brewery and Distillery,
The Cuyahoga River is located in Northeast Ohio in the United States and feeds Lake Erie. The river is famous for being "the river that caught fire," helping to spur the environmental movement in the late 1960s.
Length, 85 miles
3447 Steelyard Drive, Cleveland 44109
Walmart - Target - Best Buy - Home Depot - Chipolte - IHOP - Radio Shack - Staples
From the first "blow" of the Bessemer Steel at the Cleveland Rolling Mill Company in 1868 to 1913 when Charles Otis started a new steel mill on the western side of the Cuyahoga River, Cleveland’s history has been shaped by the steel making industry. For over 100 years, the steel industry has employed entire families of Clevelanders, creating a legacy through the generations.
At the intersection of I-71 and the Jennings Freeway, Steelyard Commons is located along the western edge of Cleveland’s industrial valley. On land that was once occupied by the abandoned No. 2 Finishing Mill, Steelyard Commons will recall the land’s steelmaking heritage through architectural design. Serving the historic, densely populated neighborhoods, Steelyard Commons will create a vibrant regional retail development that draws Clevelanders back to this important site.
Cleveland’s Industrial Valley has been an integral part of Cleveland’s development since 1850 when it was annexed by the City of Cleveland as part of the Cleveland Township. The lower Cuyahoga Valley helped Greater Cleveland become one of the most important industrial centers in the world. In addition to steel making, oil and chemical companies soon made the valley their home since the excellent transportation, which allowed for the easy flow of raw materials, proved plentiful.
Cleveland Play House
Cleveland Botanical Gardens
Cleveland Institute of Music
Cleveland Museum of Art
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Lake County Captains
3615 Superior Ave., Cleveland, OH 44114 216-391-6900
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Cardio Art - Cleveland
38200 Superior Ave Cleveland 44114
Cardioart, Clay Sculptures, Paintings, Wood Carved Art Website: http://www.cardioartcleveland.com/
Cleveland Business & Marketing
Midtown Bldg Cleveland 44114
Business Advertising, Marketing ,Directory
3710 Payne Ave., Suite 102 Cleveland 44114
Jessica - Phone: 216-881-7600
Chinese baked goods, cakes, bread, good coffee and bubble tea and the service is excellent!
The Glass Studio
Avon Lake 44012
Stained Glass, Mosaics, commissions, repairs & teach
Ally's Secret Boutique
We makes scents,
You make Dollars
Glenda Bryant- Phone: 216 269-1201
Cleveland Handyman Services
Bobby 216-322-3436 Jess 216-244-8800
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Vintage Faire Antiques
17106 Detroit Ave. Lakewood, OH 44107
Please stop in Tuesday through Saturday 11:00am to 5:30pm
Sundays from noon to 5:30pm. Call 216-221-2149
Quality furniture, home accessories, garden decor and so much more. We invite you to come visit us out in our beautiful two-storied century building filled with vintage, cottage/country chic and eclectic antiques. Vintage Faire Antiques features the finest quality furniture, glassware, china, pictures, mirrors, jewelry, tools, architecural pieces and more. With so much to choose from, you must come see for yourself.
Bay Village, OH 44140
Huntington Reservation is located in Bay Village on the shores of Lake Erie. Picnic areas high above the beach offer visitors opportunities to enjoy the striking and ever-changing lake views. Breakwalls allow anglers to fish in Lake Erie in all seasons. The reservation is also home to three Cleveland Metroparks affiliates: Lake Erie Nature & Science Center, Huntington Playhouse and BAYarts.
1785 Merwin Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113
Cleveland Rowing Foundation
1003 British Street
Cleveland, OH 44113 Kirk Lang, Executive Director