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  • Cleveland skyline

Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland, Ohio, is home to several major league sports teams, all of which inspire dedicated fans, as well as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which should not be missed.

Major attractions include botanical gardens, the zoo, the Museum of Natural History, the aquarium, the exhilarating Cedar Creek Amusement Park, a fascinating historical centre, and two excellent art museums. 

Music and performance are naturally important in this city. Jazz and R&B have a long history here. Other draws include a concert at glorious Severance Hall, supper club performances, the House of Blues, KeyBank State Theatre, Summit summer music festival, and Playhouse Square, the second-largest performing arts center in the U.S.

Baseball and history fans will love a personalized tour of Historic League Park, the nation’s oldest baseball park, and a visit to the Baseball Heritage Museum.

Food and beer lovers will adore the city’s craft breweries (Ohio produces the fifth most amount of beer in the U.S.), the massive German Hofbräuhaus microbrewery and restaurant, BBQ, steakhouses, the well-loved Music Box supper club, and the opulent Marble Room Steaks and Raw Bar.

Outdoor activities abound, including Cleveland Metroparks’ winding rivers, Lake Erie beaches, trails, and 18 parks locally known as “The Emerald Necklace.” Be sure to spend time on the waterfront sunbathing, paddle boarding, boating, and fishing. Cleveland’s proximity to Cuyahoga Valley National Park with its photogenic 65-foot Brandywine Fall and the Towpath Trail is also a compelling draw for visitors and locals.

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  • The Great Lakes: Chicago, Green Bay, Detroit, Niagara Falls & More

    MODERATE | SELF DRIVE: A terrific trip introducing you to four of the Great Lakes. From Chicago, north along the shores of Lake Michigan to the point where it meets Lake Huron. Down to Detroit along Lake Erie into Canada and Lake Ontario until you close the loop driving the southern shores of Lake Erie back to Chicago. Milwaukee, famous for brewing and Mackinac Island, steeped in history are stops enroute, as are Niagara Falls and Toronto. The Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland is worth a visit before returning to the ‘Windy City’.
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