- Cleveland Metropark Zoo and The RainForest
- Cleveland Museum of Art
- Cleveland Museum of Natural History
- FirstEnergy Stadium
- Great Lakes Science Center
- Horseshoe Casino
- Progressive Field
- Quicken Loans Arena
- Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
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Things to do in Cleveland
Cleveland Metropark Zoo
This Cleveland attraction is home to the largest collection of primates in the United States. Stroll through the 168-rolling and wooded acres as you enjoy the sights, sounds and excitement of thousands of animals, including 84 endangered species. The zoo is also home to a thrilling simulated tropical rain storm.
Cheer on the area's favorite football team at this downtown stadium. Be sure to arrive early and enjoy the festivities of the Browns Backyard Bash, the only official tailgate party prior to each home game. Featuring entertainment, games, food and great offers from the Browns corporate partners, the party starts two hours prior to kickoff. Whether before or after the game, a visit to Brownstown is a must – a unique entertainment complex offering a combination of shopping, entertainment and other things to do in Cleveland, OH.
Home to Cleveland’s professional baseball team the Indians. The ballpark was previously known as Jacobs Field and is an urban ballpark in the truest sense, both architecturally and aesthetically. The stadium was built within the physical boundaries of three main streets in downtown Cleveland and offers a fan-friendly atmosphere and intimate environment.
Playhouse Square Center
In the early 1920s, five opulent theaters - the Allen, Ohio, State, Palace and Hannah - opened along a stretch of Euclid Avenue and tagged "Playhouse Square." Today, the playhouse continues to thrive as a performing arts center that hosts a wide variety of Broadway shows, plays, musicals, opera, ballet and contemporary performing arts.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
This world-famous attraction features interactive exhibits, films, videos and priceless musical artifacts from the most important and culturally relevant artists throughout history. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum was designed by internally renowned architect I. M. Pei and is truly a stunning architectural structure.
The Quicken Loans Arena
Home to Cleveland’s third professional sports team, the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team, the Q Arena as it is known by locals, is a premier sports and entertainment facility located in Cleveland’s downtown core. In addition to basketball, the Q is home to the Cleveland Barons, a minor league hockey team, national concerts and other entertainment events.
Opened in May 2012, the Horseshoe Casino was the first casino to open in Ohio. There are over 2,000 slot machines and 89 table games spread across the 96,000 square feet of gaming space in a Las Vegas-styled design. The casino is smoke-free and located at Terminal Tower in downtown Cleveland.
Great Lakes Science Center
The Great Lakes Science Center is one of America's largest interactive science museums. More than 400 exciting "hands-on" exhibits, breathtaking OMNIMAX® films, daily demonstrations, and exciting educational programs show visitors the interdependency of science, environment and technology, particularly in the Great Lakes Region.
Cleveland Museum of Art
Featuring masterpieces from the ancient cultures in Greece, Rome and Egypt, along with modern and impressionist art, the art museum’s collections includes over 41,000 items. Included in the collection are favorites from Monet, Picasso and van Gough.