15 Issues to do in Cleveland in case you simply moved right here or are visiting for the primary time


CLEVELAND – Last week we rolled ours Hidden Jewels of Cleveland list. It is intended for people who have already explored the Cleveland subway area. But maybe you are not. Perhaps you have just moved to Cleveland – or this is your first time visiting Cleveland. What are the absolute basics that you are about to experience?

In no particular order …

1. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
A must for locals and visitors alike. Then have a bite to eat or a drink New and enjoy the lake.

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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

2. The Great Lakes Science Center
It’s over there by the Rock Hall. Where science comes to life with hundreds of exhibits. Everything from launching a rocket to augmented reality sandboxes.

3. West Side Market
A long-time Cleveland favorite – check the market calendar to make sure it’s open before you head off.


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Inside the West Side Market in Cleveland.

4th Art museum
One of the best in the country, with everything from Monet to Warhol.

5. Little Italy
Minutes from downtown and right next to University Circle. packed with great restaurants and bakeries.

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6th East 4th street
So many great places on a little block within walking distance of Indians and Cavs games.

East 4th Street in Cleveland

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East 4th Street in Cleveland.

7th Cleveland Script Sign in Edgewater Park
You cannot visit and leave this city without letting everyone know on Instagram.

8th. The flats
Saturday afternoons in the sun – there’s nowhere else in Cleveland to eat and drink like this.


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9. A Christmas story house
They’ll say “Oh, Fudge” when you get to Cleveland and miss this classic.

Christmas story

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10. All breweries
They are all good. Go to everyone.

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Noble Brewing Co.

The Noble Brewing Company is a family-run brewery in downtown Cleveland. The tap room is located in the seating area so that guests have the ultimate view of the production of their favorite beer. They also brought out a new beer called Kapitan Alt Bier – it was traditionally only available to regular customers and connoisseurs. It’s a bit hoppy with a slightly higher alcohol content.

1740 Lakeside Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio.

11. Severance Hall-Cleveland Orchestra
When the world is not at stake, the renowned Cleveland Orchestra calls the Severance Hall stage home. Buy a ticket and see why it’s considered one of the best in the world.

12th The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad
One of the best ways to explore the beauty of Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad

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13th Contemporary Art Museum
MOCA’s architecture and ever-changing exhibits are cited by the New York Times and Architectural Digest as symbols of the city’s renaissance.

14th Playhouse area
Do a show. Stay for a photo of the giant chandelier.


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Chandelier in the Playhouse Square District of Cleveland.

fifteen. Wade Lagoon
It’s one of Cleveland’s finest hidden surprises. where art meets nature.


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Once you’re done with that, move on to The 100 Hidden Gems of Cleveland.

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