602 Saint Clair Avenue Northeast Cleveland, OH 44199
The Cleveland Mall is a public landscape nestled under towering civic skyscrapers. It consists of three wings, each of which built for a particular significance. The beauty of the gardens and fountain area makes this place worth a visit. Marvel at public art while you're there.
8701 Lake Shore Boulevard Northeast Cleveland, OH 44108 +1 216 881 8141(City Park Council)
Cleveland Lakefront State Park is located a few miles from downtown Cleveland. This natural oasis encompasses six spaces - Edgewater Park, East 55th Marina, Gordon Park, Euclid Beach, Villa Angela and Wildwood. With an array of recreational activities on offer, it is a great respite from city life. Park amenities include picnic tables and grills, as well as a nature center with scenic views. Visitors can also enjoy swimming, boating and fishing on Lake Erie.
PlayhouseSquare is one of the largest theater complexes in the country, the construction of which was completed in the 1920s. Although it was not the first one to open (the Ohio and State theaters being the first two), the Palace Theatre soon gaimed fame for various reasons. The electrical sign above the building was once the world's largest, and the lobby housed an expensive art collection, but it was the vaudeville shows that drew crowds. This theater has also played host to artists like Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Fanny Brice.
Superior Avenue & East 36th Street Between East 30th and East 40th Streets Cleveland, OH 44114
As the name suggests, Asiatown is a hub of Asian communities located close to the downtown Cleveland. This hub is dense with majority of Chinese population, followed by Korean and Vietnamese. A number of Asian restaurants are found in this neighborhood which is roughly marked by Superior Avenue to the North and Payne Avenue to the South, whereas, 29th East Avenue to the west and 39th East Avenue to the East. Walk down the lane and be ready to be faced with elegant Asian restaurants like Bo Loong and Li Wah. The area is also replete with a number of shops and food store selling Chinese products.
1089 East 9th Street North Coast Harbor Dock Cleveland, OH 44114 +1 216 566 8770
Moored along the Cleveland coast of Lake Erie, the USS Cod Submarine is a National Historic Landmark that served during World War II. The submarine was built by Electric Boat Company in 1942 and was involved in the first submarine-to-submarine rescue in 1945 that saved the crew of a Dutch submarine. Open between the months of May and September, you can climb through the narrow hatches to enter the living rooms of the crew and torpedo rooms on the 312-foot submarine. Call for more information.
Designed as a historic building, it was later on refurbished for residential purposes. The Central YMCA was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm Hubbell & Benes in 1911. With the passage of time, the building's location was used by the Cleveland YMCA School of Technology, which ultimately became Cleveland State University in 1964. The YMCA was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, and the building was purchased by Cleveland State University in September 2009. After renovation, the building emerged as the Heritage Suites student apartments. Ever since its inception, the YMCA has offered a wide range of quality programs on fitness, education, civic services, and community health and well-being.
91 Public Square Cleveland, OH 44113 +1 216 241 6145
Designed by architects Charles Heard and Simeon Porter, the Old Stone Church was first established as The First Presbyterian Society in 1897. Disastrous fires forced the church to under go a restoration after which it retained its beautiful Romanesque appeal. Today as you enter here, a certain feeling of peace emanates. Also the stained glass windows that were installed over a period from 1885 to 1976 and the magnificent organ gets the attention of those attracted to architectural excellence. The church plays host and organizes many programs and lectures. Check the website or call ahead for further details.
One of the few of its kind in the world and the first indoor shopping center in America, The Arcade opened as early as May of 1890. It still sports a Victorian era facade and consists of three buildings with a glass skylight spanning over four balconies. Restaurants include Chocolate Bar, Greek Express and Presto Sandwiches among numerous others. Stores include flower shops, clinics, clothing boutiques and more. The space is available for events, too. Check the website or call ahead for further details.
325 Superior Avenue North East Cleveland, OH 44114 +1 216 623 2800
This expansive library can be dubbed as a center for learning and taking the love for books to another level. In its aim to expand the learning experience, The Cleveland Public Library has many branches under various names. The main building built as early as 1925 is located on 325 Superior Avenue North East and is divided into many departments. You will find books and more books relating to varied subjects and ideologies. Events, classes and programs are held at the historic library from time to time. Check the website for more details, regarding different branches and events.
305 Mather Way Old Erieside Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 +1 216 574 6262
If you ever wondered how life was aboard a freighter was then head to this The Steamship William G. Mather Museum. This is former steamship that was used in World War II is now a well visited museum. Here people can check out the cargo holds,pilot house, engine room, guest quarters and more. The museum is operated and owned by the famous Great Lakes Science Center. Events like parties and more too take place with great ease here. The museum operates seasonally. Check the website or call ahead before visiting the place.
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 ...