Resting on the edge of Lake Erie, Cleveland is a burgeoning urban center full of opportunity and growth. With the calm waters of Lake Erie to the north and growing suburbs to the south, Cleveland provides travelers with modern attractions and a diverse environment. Cleveland has exploded, within the past few years, into a city with championships in sports, and award winning restaurants.
Cleveland has grown, and with it the diversity of attractions and experiences available to visitors throughout the year. With so many things to do in Cleveland, visitors have numerous attractions to explore. Run around downtown and see the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with over 50 exhibits exploring the evolution of Rock and Roll and its contribution to popular culture.
Stick around Downtown Cleveland and get your heart pumping with action and energy from one of the three major sports teams playing in “The Land.” Be sure to wake up early if you plan on catching one of NFL’s most passionate fan bases in the Cleveland Browns. In the early morning light, the RV’s will pack the parking lots of FirstEnergy Stadium and fill the air with the blissful aroma of tailgate cooking. Looking to watch one of the greatest sports athletes of all time? Journey to the home of “the king” LeBron James, as the Cavaliers basketball team competes against the NBA’s best in Quicken Loans Arena. Find yourself in Cleveland on a gorgeous day, hop on over to Progressive Field and relish in one of Major League Baseball’s oldest teams: the Cleveland Indians. For the sports fans big and small, Cleveland has something for everyone looking to travel to Cleveland.
Big stadiums packed with people are not for everyone, and Cleveland has not forgotten about you. Relax as you tour one of the most complete art museums in the United States when you step into the halls of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Cruise through the newly renovated permanent collection, which is free for visitors to see. Make sure however, to leave time to spare as right across the lawn is the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Travel into the past as you explore this museum from the age of the dinosaurs all the way to present day. Equipped with both a planetarium and a sanctuary for living animals, the Museum of Natural History is one of the great attractions in Cleveland.
Start planning your excursion to Cleveland; with the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport minutes away from Downtown and world class accommodations throughout the city. With logistics made simple, any traveler will have more time to decide on all the fun things to do in Cleveland.