Welcome to Cleveland - a city with an unconventional mix of world class art, culture and rock & roll. Browse the largest collection of rock and roll artifacts in the world, amble through one of the world’s most distinguished comprehensive art museums at no cost, enjoy the culinary creations of nationally recognized chefs, and hike through lush landscapes that are just a few miles outside of Downtown.
In recent years, Cleveland’s food scene has started to get some national attention. From its own iron chef, Michael Symon, to harboring unique niches for dining and drink throughout the city, Cleveland offers a melting pot of deliciousness. People in Cleveland love food, and the chefs and restauranteurs love to give it to them.
Clevelanders embrace adventure, and with more than 150 miles of Lake Erie shoreline to explore, an adventure on the water is guaranteed. Whether it’s boating, sailing or some of the best fresh water fishing on the Great Lakes, Lake Erie is an oasis for exploration. Hop on a ferry boat and see what island life is all about at Kelleys Island, Middle Bass and the village of Put-In-Bay. Or, take on the roller coaster capital of the world, Cedar Point.
With 103 wineries throughout the state of Ohio, many of the best grape-growing spots exist right along Lake Erie. In fact, Northeast Ohio boasts more wineries per square mile than in any other region in Ohio. The great lake’s shores are home to the Grand River Valley, a recognized American Viticultural Area (AVA), a designated wine grape-growing region that sets the perfect stage for producing cool climate varietals—Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cab Franc, in addition to some ice wines.
There are plenty of opportunities to get out, enjoy the great outdoors and honor your sports enthusiast side in Northeast Ohio. And one of the best places to get started is at the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Whether it’s hiking, cycling, kayaking or trying out a rock climbing wall, it’s all just a short drive from Cleveland.
Cleveland’s downtown is showcasing a rebirth of energy, with new residents, restaurants and loyal sports fans cheering for its teams. But, if quiet is what you’re seeking, there are plenty of ways to unwind and recharge just a short drive from the city. The region’s outlying areas are full of small-town charm complete with picturesque town squares, colorful shops and cafes, historic sites, museums and public gardens.
Ohio’s Amish Country is your exclusive entry to step back in time. Enfolded by sweet country air, Amish Country embraces traditions that offer you the opportunity to experience history. Running through several Northeast Ohio counties, Amish Country, is home to the largest Amish settlement, nationally and internationally.
Cleveland. A town that is equal parts grit and sophistication, rich heritage and bright future. From University Circle to Playhouse Square, from the neighborhoods to the suburbs, you’ll be amazed at the world-class experiences without the world-class ego you can have right here—and the warm, welcoming people you’ll meet along the way.
Cleveland doles out a hearty helping of leisure and is widely known for its world-class art, music and theater.
Sprawling greenery. Serene wildlife. The peaceful lapping of waves along the beach. This is Cleveland.
Cleveland is known for world-class experiences without the world-class ego.
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For more information on visiting and finding things to do in Cleveland, please contact Destination Cleveland, the Greater Cleveland Convention and Visitors Bureau.