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Cleveland Attractions

Cleveland is a vibrant city, home to arts, culture, and landmarks that pay homage to the history of music. While this Ohio city may not be on the radar of vacationers considering a trip to NYC or Boston, it probably should be. From world-class theater and live music to noteworthy nightlife, Cleveland is bringing a lot to the landscape of tourism. No matter the nature of your travel, you can find things to do in Cleveland that are just your speed.

Areas & Neighborhoods in Cleveland

Cleveland neighborhoods are teeming with activities for the solo traveler, families, or couples on the go. From relaxing spas to bustling pubs, the districts here always have something on the itinerary worth checking out.

Cleveland Heights — This eastern suburb has a quirky, independent spirit all its own. Important pit stops here include the Big Fun toy shop, Cain Park, and one of the independent cafes. You can also catch a documentary or foreign film at Cedar Lee Theater.

Little Italy — As its name suggests, this Cleveland neighborhood is all about celebrating everything related to Italian food and culture. Authentic cuisine abounds here, making it an excellent stop for dinner or even the occasional artisan festival.

Shaker Square — A visit to Shaker Square is a bit like taking a step back in time. One of the oldest shopping districts in the country, this Cleveland neighborhood marries modern businesses with vintage Colonial architecture.

Downtown — Many of the fun things to do in Cleveland make their home downtown. From the bustling Public Square district to East 4th Street’s music venues and stores, you can easily spend many hours in this part of the city.

Things to See in Cleveland

One of the top things to do in Cleveland, OH is visit The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Once you have paid homage to your favorite music makers, there are plenty of other things to see in Cleveland when you don’t feel like breaking a sweat. Grab your camera and snap some colorful images at the Cleveland Botanical Garden, or view some of your favorite sea life from behind the glass at the Cleveland Aquarium. If you’re interested in a cultured experience, make plans to spend an evening at the Cleveland Orchestra. Of course, sports fans will find a professional team to watch in any season.

Sightseeing in Cleveland

If you want to burn a few calories while you’re in town, there are plenty of things to do in Cleveland, Ohioof that are right up your alley. Visit Cleveland Metropark to bike or jog along the local trails, and check out the boating and kayak opportunities downtown. Cyclists are in luck here, because one of the best ways to tour the city center is by bicycle tour. Some of the best attractions in Cleveland, Ohio, also allow you to keep moving. Visit the Cedar Point Amusement Park for a day of thrill rides, or spend the day trekking through the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Rainforest.

Free Things to Do in Cleveland

There's no need to max out your credit card in Cleveland. The following won't cost a red cent.

Cleveland Police Historical Society, Inc. & Museum - Find out if there are any special exhibits, displays or tours on at this museum.

Free Stamp - Spend some time here and enjoy an insight into the cultural and artistic side of the region.

Public Square - If you're a fan of modern-style design and architecture, add this attraction to your must-see list.

Soldiers and Sailors Monument - If you're fascinated by history and heritage, this is one stop you won't want to miss.

Tower City Center - Socialize with the local people and seek out the real personality and soul of this unique place.

Huntington Bank Building - If you want to see some of the more important or unique places in the community, this is a good place to start.

Old Stone Church - Throw a little spirituality into your vacation by visiting this sacred place.

Perkins Beach - Throw a ball around with the young ones or simply lay back and catch some rays at this attractive coastal spot.

Cleveland Lakefront State Park - You're certain to feel connected with Mother Nature at this beautiful place.

Cleveland Mall - No matter if you can tell your cacti from carnations, you won't struggle to find beauty in this marvelous display.

Explore The Neighborhoods of Cleveland

Downtown Cleveland

Abundant dining options, interesting museums and live music are just a few things travelers love about Downtown Cleveland. Sights like Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and JACK Cleveland Casino are top spots to explore, and you can get around the greater Cleveland area at Tower City-Public Square Station.

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Travelers come to Mentor for its abundant dining options, and you can see top attractions like Headlands Beach State Park and Lake Erie while you're in town.



Visitors highly recommend Westlake for its abundant dining options, and you can make a stop by Crocker Park while you're in town.

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Elyria is known for its abundant dining options, and you can plan a trip to Black River State Reservation and Rowland Nature Preserve while you're in town.

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You'll enjoy the lake views and waterfront in Lorain. You might want to make time for a stop at Lake Erie or Lorain Port Authority.



Willoughby is popular for its abundant dining options, and if you're looking for more to see and do, you might think about a trip to Penitentiary Glen Wildlife Center or Lake Erie.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Cleveland on a rainy day?

If it's bucketing down outside and you're searching for something to do, hang up your umbrella and try an Eliot Ness Investigation Escape Room (1930s detective theme).

What should I not miss in Cleveland?

If you'd like to experience the best of this place, add these sights to your itinerary:

  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  • Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
  • Progressive Field
  • FirstEnergy Stadium

Are there cheap things to do in Cleveland?

If you're traveling on a shoestring budget, you may like to add the following thrifty tours and activities to your itinerary:

What can you do in Cleveland for free?

You could leave your money in the hotel safe for the day, because these attractions will cost you nothing:

  • Cleveland Clinic
  • JACK Cleveland Casino
  • MGM Northfield Park
  • West Side Market