- TripBuzz discovered 81 different types of activities for couples in the Cleveland area, including Sports Stadiums (Professional) (like Quicken Loans Arena), Zoos (like Cleveland Metroparks Zoo), Casinos (like Horseshoe Casino) and Bowling (like The Corner Alley), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 159 date ideas in or near Cleveland, Ohio, including 137 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lakewood, Peninsula, Mentor and North Olmsted.
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The Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall was first opened in 1931. The building which houses the orchestra, named Severance Hall, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It can be seen in Air Force One, with Harrison Ford, and also in Cirque de Soleil's The Journey of Man.
PlayhouseSquare is a large theater and performance facility -- the largest in the United States outside of New York City. It hosts a variety of shows including Broadway productions, children's performances, comedians, and musical concerts.
Explore 20 unique gardens at the Cleveland Botanical Garden, meander through rainforest and desert biomes in the 18,000 square foot Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse, or dine in the Garden Cafe. The second floor hosts the Guren botanical Art Gallery.
The Cleveland Institute of Music offers a variety of study programs for aspiring musicians, including Keyboard, Percussion, Woodwinds, Brass, and Strings. Visitors of this site can also purchase LPs, CDs, and other music items at the Music & Book Store.
From painting to sculpture and decorative art, the Cleveland Museum of Art has a collection which spans over the centuries and crosses the entire word, dating back to ancient China until present times. Gallery One presents the entire collection of the museum by using state of the art technology.
Founded way back in 1840, the West Side Market is the oldest public market in the area. Now it's is home to more than 100 vendors, which sell only fresh products, from seafood to herbs. Also, in here there is found a wide range of ethnic diversity.
180 species of animals find a home in the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, from the largest living land mammal, to the smallest of the amphibians. Besides organizing public events all around the year, the zoo can also host private events, such as birthday parties.