The Heart of Rock and Roll really is in Cleveland. Cleveland DJ Alan Freed coined the phrase "Rock and Roll" on public radio station WJW in the 1950s. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame celebrates this history.
Get to know the unique environment of the Great Lakes Region or take in a movie at the Omnimax Theater at the Great Lakes Science Center just near the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Attend a football game in the State where Football was born! Located near the Great Lakes Science Center and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Brown's Stadium is home of the Cleveland Browns.
Steamship William G. Mather, "The Ship that built Cleveland," is a restored Great Lakes bulk freighter and now serves as a floating maritime museum located near the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Ranked by The Economist in 2005 as The Most Livable City in the U.S., Cleveland boasts an amazing quality of life. One of our residents has this view, paid utilities and covered parking for $900 per month!
The Detroit–Superior Bridge (shown here on the left) crosses the Cuyahoga River linking the East and West Sides of Cleveland. At its completion in 1918, the bridge was the largest steel and concrete reinforced bridge in the world.
Terminal Tower, a neo-classical skyscraper was the tallest building in North America outside of New York City until 1967 and second tallest building in the world when it was completed in 1930.
The War Memorial Fountain in downtown Cleveland was designed by Cleveland Institute of Art graduate Marshall Fredericks. The sculpture honors the fallen of WWII and the Korean War.
The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument honors the 9,000 Civil War soldiers and sailors from Cuyahoga County who served in the Civil War. The 'Goddess of Liberty' stands watch atop the 125 foot marble column.
The Arcade in downtown Cleveland is a Victorian-era structure of two nine-story buildings joined by a five-story arcade. Opened in May 1890, it is historically identified as the first indoor shopping mall in the U.S.
There is never a shortage of fun times in Cleveland. From East to West, crowds gather in University Heights, the Warehouse District, Tremont, and Lakewood (to name a few). Shown above is the downtown East Fourth Street District.
Swedish sculptor Claes Oldenburg, best known for his public art installations, sculpted the famous Free Stamp which sits in Willard Park across from Cleveland's City Hall.
Buy me some peanuts & Cracker Jack! Watch a baseball game at Progressive Field in Downtown Cleveland, home to the Cleveland Indians.
A view of Edgewater beach from Lakewood, Ohio. Sandy beaches dot the shores of Lake Erie between Sandusky and Ashtabula including the Mentor Headlands and Huntington Beach.
A view of the Cleveland Skyline from the pavilion at the Edgewater Yacht Club.
The City of Cleveland's Rockefeller Park, with its many Cultural Gardens honoring the city's diverse ethnic groups, follows along Martin Luther King Boulevard on Cleveland's East Side.
The Guardians of Traffic, sculpted by Henry Hering adorn the Hope Memorial Bridge which crosses the Cuyahoga river in downtown Cleveland. It is one of the nation's only Art Deco bridges.
Go on a culinary adventure at the West Side Market! Built in 1912 in Neo-Classical/Byzantine style with a large interior arcade, over 185 vendors offer everything from fresh produce and meats to culinary esoterica.