Cleveland Places

TripWhat's travel guide to the Forest City; our list of the best things to see, including Melt, Cleveland Cavaliers basketball and Basketball.
  • The best place in Cleveland: Melt


    14718 Detroit Ave.
    Grilled cheese sandwiches. Locations in Lakewood, Cleveland Heights, Mentor, and Independence.
  • Cleveland Cavaliers basketball

    Cleveland Cavaliers basketball

    1 Center Ct
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Basketball


    NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Basketball


    NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Official Facebook home of the Cleveland Indians. Find out more at
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Official Facebook home of the Cleveland Indians. Find out more at
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Cleveland Indians baseball

    Cleveland Indians baseball

    2401 Ontario St
    Some consider Progressive Field the gem of the American League (per Travel World International Magazine).
    Downtown food nearby
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

    751 Erieside Ave
    If you drive into Lake Erie, you've gone too far.), ☎ +1 216 781-ROCK. Admission: Adults: $22, Seniors (60+): $14, Children (ages 9-12): $11, Children (8 & under): Free. Located at North Coast Harbor, this distinctive building was designed by noted architect I.M. Pei and houses a massive collection of rock and roll memorabilia. Cleveland was home to the first Rock concert, the term "Rock and Roll" was coined by a Cleveland DJ and many of the music genre's icons used Cleveland as their springboards. As Rock Inductee, Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin, has been paraphrased - to become a rock star in the U.S., first, you have to be loved in Cleveland.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Great Lakes Brewing Company

    Great Lakes Brewing Company

    2516 Market Ave
    Its Dortmunder Gold was rated the 4th Best Beer in the Country by American Heritage.
    Ohio City-West Side
  • Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

    Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

    3900 Wildlife Way
    Box office closes at 4PM. The zoo is closed on January 1 and December 25. $9 adults 12+ ($6 from November 1-March 31), $4 children 2-11, free for kids under 2. Check out the Australian animal exhibit and the Rainforest (which requires additional admission fees).
    Brooklyn Center food nearby
  • Cleveland Orchestra

    Cleveland Orchestra

    11001 Euclid Ave
    The Official Facebook Page of The Cleveland Orchestra
    University District eat nearby
  • A Christmas Story House

    A Christmas Story House

    It has since been converted into a museum dedicated to the film - most visitors come during Christmas season.
    Indurstrial Valley restaurants nearby
  • Peabody's Entertainment Complex

    Peabody's Entertainment Complex

    Cleveland's Own
    Central food nearby
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  • Lake Erie Monsters ice hockey

    Lake Erie Monsters ice hockey

    AHL: Lake Erie Monsters (Cleveland).
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Lola Bistro/Lolita

    Lola Bistro/Lolita

    2058 E 4th St
    Michael Symon's Lola is the crown jewel of Cleveland's vibrant culinary scene. The creative menu offers the opportunity to experience a modern spin on your favorite dishes. Lola is the perfect backdrop for your award-winning culinary adventure.
  • Ingenuity Festival of Art and Technology

    Ingenuity Festival of Art and Technology

    Ingenuity Fest 2013: Sept @ Docks 30 & 32, Cleveland - Exact Dates TBD The festival is FREE and open to the public
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Cleveland Botanical Gardens Glasshouse

    Cleveland Botanical Gardens Glasshouse

    11030 East Boulevard
    Winter Hours: November 1 - April 1: Tuesday - Saturday: 10 - 17:00, Sunday: Noon - 17. Closed Mondays. (Hershey Children's Garden closes November 1st for the winter. All other gardens remain open throughout the winter.); Summer Hours: April 1 - November 1: Monday - Saturday: 10 - 17:00, Sunday: Noon - 17. Open until 9:00 p.m. every Wednesday evening from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Admission: Adult: $7.50, Children (3-12): $3, Children (under 3): Free. Prices may change for special events.. This Cleveland treasure includes a huge glasshouse, home to a Madagascar Desert and a Costa Rican rain forest. Outside exhibits include a rose garden, an herb garden, and a children's garden, one of just a few such gardens in the United States.
    University District restaurants nearby
  • The Avenue at Tower City Center

    The Avenue at Tower City Center

    230 West Huron Rd
    Hours: M-Sa: 10-19, Su:Noon - 618:00.
  • Great Lakes Science Center

    Great Lakes Science Center

    601 Erieside Ave
    Great Lakes Science Center is one of the nation’s leading science and technology centers, featuring hundreds of hands-on exhibits, the NASA Glenn Visitor Center, OMNIMAX Theater and the Steamship William G. Mather.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Banyan Tree

    Banyan Tree

    2242 Professor St
    Hours: M-W, 11AM - 7PM, Th- Sa, 11AM-9PM, Su 11AM-5PM.. Home decor and jewelery designed to an artwork.
    Indurstrial Valley
  • Children's Museum of Cleveland

    Children's Museum of Cleveland

    10730 Euclid Avenue
    Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 10 - 17:00, Sunday: Noon - 17, Closed Mondays.. Admission: Everyone: $6.00, Children under 11 months: Free.
    University District food nearby
  • Nature Center at Shaker Lakes

    Nature Center at Shaker Lakes

    2600 South Park Blvd
    Center 10am-5pm Mo-Sa 1pm-5pm Su, Trails dawn to dusk. Hiking trails, including one wheel-chair accessible boardwalk trail, as well nature programs and exhibits inside the center.
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  • Cleveland State University

    Cleveland State University

    Wolstein Center 2000 Prospect Ave
    Member of the Horizon League with various sports throughout the year.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Western Reserve Historical Society

    Western Reserve Historical Society

    10825 East Blvd
    Includes two turn of the (20th) century mansions as well as displays about Cleveland history from the days of Moses Cleaveland to the present. The buildings also house the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum and an extensive Cleveland historical research library.
    University District food nearby
  • Greater Cleveland Sports Commission

    Greater Cleveland Sports Commission

    every year Cleveland hosts major national and international sports events
    Our mission is to measurably enhance the economy, image and quality of life in the Greater Cleveland community by attracting and creating significant sporting events and activities.
    Downtown eat nearby
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