An impressive theatre which is a part of the Playhouse Square. Keeping in line with rest of the theatres from the group, the plays have some of the best artists in work. With a seating capacity of 548 spectators, quite a large audience can enjoy the good theatrical performances shown here.
Enjoy watching horses race against each other? If so head straight to Thistledown in Cleveland. Various derbys are held here on a regular basis, from the Ohio Derby to Belmont Day and more. This spectacular race track has some excellent facilities such as a gifts shop where one can purchase souvenirs and trinkets. The Silk restaurant is a good stop-over for refreshments and to enjoy a delicious meal. Put your money on a horse and hope he brings you some luck. Definitely a place for luck-spinners and for those looking for an adventurous time! Opens everyday at 11:30a.
11213 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44102 +1 216 221 8576
This self-proclaimed venue of style certainly has managed to live up to its name. And this comes as no surprise since this bar cum entertainment venue aptly named Now That's Class, exudes a unique elegance, and boasts of a style that's hard to define. Besides some really cool live music performances, this venue also showcases some excellent underground acts, screens cult movies, and hosts groovy DJ events. And better still, it also features daily happy hours when patrons can buy some of the cheap drinks for an even cheaper rate of $1 a can. The music at Now That's Class revolves around punk and rock, and usually attracts crowds that thrive on these genres.
The theater lovers and art enthusiasts lovingly named the stretch between East 14th Street and East 17th Street as the Playhouse Square, for this is where the great Cleveland playhouses were located. The paradise for the art and theater lovers, the Playhouse Square houses the four famed theaters namely the Ohio Theatre, the Allen Theater, the State and the Palace. Later on the square authority, reopened the Hanna Theatre as well and are now responsible for managing it too. If you are interested in arts, plan an evening to this square with a play and a dinner in one of the plush restaurants in its locality.
The Agora Theatre and Ballroom has as much history as the years it's been open. It first started in 1966, opened by then owner Henry LoConti Sr., and was one of the first venues where entertainment for young people was encouraged and conducted. The theater has a ballroom and bar that can accommodate around 500 people, and a theater that can seat just under 2,000 people. The venue is also home to the Halloween party thrown by a local band called Mushroomhead. The venue is known for the live concerts and bands that it stages, so to know about the schedules, concerts and tickets, check the website.
The St. Paul's Episcopal Church, also known as St. Paul Shrine, is a historic church located at Cleveland, Ohio. The church was built in 1876 by Andrew Dall and Gordon W. Lloyd and is a landmark example of Gothic style architecture today. The stone structure of the church features steep gable roofs, a gabled porch, a detailed rose window and an elaborate turret. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
15605 Waterloo Road Corner of East 156th Street & Waterloo Road Cleveland, OH 44110 +1 216 692 9500
Arts Collinwood is the home of a community center, art gallery, and a cafe located in the heart of the historic Waterloo Arts District of Cleveland, Ohio. It is supported by a group of artists, educators, activists and citizens and it offers a wide variety of cultural activities for all ages. The venue hosts various events, including live music, poetry, and Djs, as well as exhibitions of regional and national artists.
1305 West 80th Street Suite 212, 78th Street Studios Cleveland, OH 44102 +1 216 631 6719
Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery is located in the 78th Street Studios complex. This space is a dedicated address for modern, historical and regional art. Throughout the year, it plays host to an array of exhibitions in myriad genres. This contemporary and minimalistic venue is a great platform for emerging and established talent. It also showcases photography, sculpture and tribal art.
1300 West 78th Street Cleveland, OH 44102 +1 440 503 5506
78th Street Studios, located in Gordon Square Arts District, is a complex dedicated to art and design. It is one of the largest of its kind in the city, and houses over 40 galleries, studios and retail spaces. Explore this indoor labyrinth for its fine art, fashion, music and performing arts. Throughout the year it plays host to an array of exhibitions, cultural events and private functions. Don't miss their free monthly art walk, that is a big draw among locals and tourists alike.
6421 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44102 +1 216 281 1618
1point618 is a vibrant art gallery in the heart of Gordon Square Arts District. This contemporary space showcases exquisite fine art work by emerging and established artists from around the world. Michael Benjamin, Rita Montlack, Joe Stavec are some of the top names previously featured here. A visit here, by appointment only, guarantees a thought-provoking and inspiring experience.
The theater lovers and art enthusiasts lovingly named the stretch
between East 14th Street and East 17th Street as the Playhouse Square, for this is where the great Cleveland playhouses were located. The paradise for the art and theater ...
Hampton Inn Cleveland Downtown suits best for accommodating both families
and corporate guests. This hotel has several elegant rooms in addition to the well equipped suites for longer stays. Crisp white sheets and duvets invite the guests into the ...
Since first opening on November 1st, 1991, the Bert L.
and Iris S. Wolstein Convocation Center has been the home for Cleveland State University Basketball. The arena has a seating capacity of over 13,000 and houses state of the ...