Cleveland is the second largest city in Ohio. It lies in the outer areas of the Cuyahoga River in Lake Erie. There is much to see and do in Cleveland. Ten of the best tourist sites, which are recommended for you, are given below:-
The Cleveland Museum of Art has a large number of art pieces from all over the world as well as American Art, Medieval Art and Art from North America. Recent additions in the museum include arts from Japan, Korea, China, India and South East Asia. Many exhibitions and events are also conducted by the museum.
This museum has skeletons of Dinosaurs as well as that of a 3 million year old human ancestor – named Lucy – which is a very important discovery in anthropology.
This place is best suited from an educational point of view. Here a six-story theatre OMNIMAX is situated which features different adverture or botanical films that give you that “immersed” feeling.
It is a famous shopping destination of Cleveland for tourists and the locals. There is a 1912 market house as well as about 100 vendors which sell all types of food and specialty items.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame showcases the great American musicians from the past. Songs, music and instruments – all bought together under one roof for you to take a trip back in time.
The Museum of Contemporary Art is one of the famous museums of Cleveland Ohio. It is better known as MOCA and here national and international artists exhibit their talent. The museum is in the shape of a hexagon.
This theatre operates nine individual theatres at a time. All the nine theatres were build in 1920 and saved from demolition by the locals. It is the biggest theatre in Cleveland.
Not your usual tourist attraction, the grounds resemble Victorian England and Palatial French gardens with monuments. It has large grounds and splendid gardens. The cemetery was established in 1869 and has the graves of around 100,000 people. Some famous people buried there include John D. Rockefeller and James A. Garfield – the 20th President. Also buried there is Elliot Ness.
The Cleveland Zoo is 5 miles from Cleveland city to the east of Brookside Park. The Zoo has a large number of domestic animals and exotic species from all over the world. This Zoo is a botanical garden with year round foliage.
The Cleveland Botonical Gardens have a large collection of plants from all over the world. The main centre of attraction among these gardens are the Japanese Garden and Dry Rock Stream, Woodland Garden, Western Reserve Herb Society garden, Elizabeth and Nona Evans Garden, Swetland Rose Garden, Hershey’s Children Garden and CK Patrick Perennial Garden. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of these gardens in every season.