- Our list of the best things to do in Cleveland, Ohio, features the top 187 nearby activities — including 77 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Cleveland, OH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Museums & Galleries.
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Portside Distillery & Brewery Cleveland MoreLess Info
Mix and match samples of beers such as Ironclad IPA and Mayo Irish Red Ale alongside rums like Vanilla Maple and Hopped
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11001 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106 MoreLess Info
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.
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.
On the 285 acres of the Lake View Cemetery there were buried, since 1869, approximately 100,000 people. Among the graves in here there are the final resting places of famous people, such as John D. Rockefeller. A memorial chapel and a monument can also be found in here.
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.
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.
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.
Acting as a landmark tour and transportation service for northeast Ohio, Lolly the Trolley offers unique travel experiences. It is basically a way to take guided tours of downtown Cleveland and the surrounding area by trolley.
The Christmas Story House is exactly what it is said to be: the house of the main characters from the movie A Christmas Story. Besides the movies memorabilia, in here there is also found a gift shop, which sells souvenirs and memorabilia from the movie and other Christmas movies.