Things to Do in Cleveland
Music lovers of all genres will appreciate the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, featuring more than 50 exhibits. After enjoying a Cleveland Browns football game at FirstEnergy Stadium, located in downtown Cleveland on the shores of Lake Erie, take a trip to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, a must-visit for any football fan. For visitors it's helpful to know that University Circle is the nation's largest concentration of cultural and medical institutions within 1 square mile. Here you'll find the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Botanical Garden and Severance Hall, which is the winter home of the Cleveland Orchestra.
To get back to nature, head to Cleveland Metroparks, spanning 22,000 acres and hundreds of miles of walking, bicycle and horse trails along with picnic areas. The area also has seven golf courses and great fishing holes. Kids have a blast at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, home to almost 3,000 animals that represent 600 species from six continents.
Offering the grandeur of a bygone age, The Arcade was one of the first indoor shopping malls in the U.S. The Cleveland Museum of Art, situated in Wade Park, houses a renowned collection of more than 43,000 pieces of Asian and Egyptian art.