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Cleveland, Ohio Travel Guide

Cleveland Attractions

Here are our top picks for what to see and do in Ohio's most rockin' city.

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Akron Art Museum
1 S. High St.
Akron, OH
The newly expanded and renovated Akron Art Museum features regional, national and international exhibitions on loan from distinguished museums and private collections from around the country.

Claes Oldenburg's
Claes Oldenburg’s "Free Stamp" sculpture
Claes Oldenburg’s "Free Stamp"
Willard Park
Cleveland, E. 9th St. and Lakeside Ave.
An iconic Cleveland image, this controversial piece of art was originally intended for Public Square.

Cleveland Browns Stadium
1085 W. Third St.
Cleveland, OH
Built in 1999 to herald the return of the Browns to the city by the lake, Cleveland Browns Stadium is the sight of gridiron excitement and top-notch fun.

House of Blues
308 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH
The legendary music club also features a restaurant, bar and private Foundation Room club at its Cleveland outpost.

Jacobs Field
2401 Ontario St.
Cleveland, OH
Widely known as one of Major League Baseball’s best newer parks, Jacobs Field boasts the league’s longest streak of consecutive sellouts. Dedicated fans can even visit the park in winter—to dine or party at the Terrace Club restaurant, suspended high above left field.

Northside Club
111 N. Main St.
Akron, OH
A place for listening to cool blues.

Pickwick & Frolic
2035 E. Fourth St.
Cleveland, OH
Restaurant, martini bar, cabaret and comedy club—Pickwick & Frolic is a one-stop entertainment spot.

Playhouse Square Center
Euclid Ave. & 14th St.
Cleveland, OH
The nation's second-largest performing arts center includes five fully restored theaters. The complex hosts traveling Broadway shows, world-class ballet companies and other performing arts.

Quicken Loans Arena
1 Center Court
Cleveland, OH
Cavaliers basketball, Cleveland Monsters IHL hockey and the biggest musical acts keep the Q rockin’ almost every night of the year.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
One Key Plaza
751 Erieside Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44114

Devoted to the celebration and study of rock and roll music, the museum illustrates the history of rock and its culture.

Voinovich Bicentennial Park
800 E. 9th St.
Cleveland, OH
Excellent views of Lake Erie, the Gold Coast, the Port of Cleveland, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Great Lakes Science Center and Cleveland Browns Stadium, plus rolling green hills, trees and a skate park.


Beachwood Place
26300 Cedar Rd.
Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, H&M, Godiva, Coach and over 100 other apparel, gift and specialty stores.

Crocker Park
Crocker Park

Crocker Park
25 W. Main St.
Westlake, OH
A shopping, dining and residential complex including national retail favorites like Urban Outfitters, Gap and H&M along with locally owned specialty shops like Cara’s Boutique and Marcell.

Eton-Chagrin Boulevard
28601 Chagrin Blvd.
Woodmere, OH
Where the local glitterati pick up their top-of-the-line denim, Marc Jacobs bags and Ermenegildo Zegna suits.

Legacy Village
25002 Cedar Rd.
Lyndhurst, OH
Town-square setting where visitors can shop, eat and relax. Restoration Hardware, Talbots, Joseph-Beth Books, Crate & Barrel and the Apple Store are among the popular shopping destinations.


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