Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve. A unique urban wildlife haven on Lake Erie. The original shoreline at the site was part of the land William Gordon willed to the City of Cleveland in 1896 for use as a public park (now Gordon Park). In 1962, two old freighters were sunk offshore to create a breakwall to protect the park's beach.
The Museum's parking garage is located on the corner of Wade Oval Drive and East Boulevard. Hours of Operation. Monday through Friday: 8am-11pm Saturday: 8am-6pm Sunday: 10am-6pm. Parking Rates. General parking is $10 for the first 2 and a half hours, +$1 for each additional half hour, up to the daily maximum of $16. Special event rates vary.
When Cleveland Public Library launched an international design competition for a new Martin Luther King, Jr. Branch, dozens of architecture firms entered for the chance to design an iconic library branch that will serve the University Circle community while also honoring Dr. King’s legacy.
The Crawford Auto Aviation Museum of the Western Reserve Historical Society depicts the automobile at various stages of development, both on a national and regional level. Its automobiles and artifacts are the centerpieces of two major exhibits at the Cleveland History Center in University Circle: Setting the World in Motion and REVolution: The Automobile in America.
Cuyahoga River ©D.J. Reiser. The Cuyahoga Valley would not look as it does today without the Cuyahoga River. About 22 miles of the river’s path runs down the center of Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP) like a spine. Many more miles of streams and creeks feed into the river.
Just minutes from downtown Cleveland, Edgewater Beach is located between the Memorial Shoreway (Route 2) and Lake Erie. Cleveland Metroparks has been operating Edgewater Park since 2013. Looking to fish? Perch, walleye, smallmouth bass and steelhead are some of the fish you may find in Lake Erie.
Edgewater Park The 147 acre Edgewater Park is the westernmost park in Cleveland Metroparks Lakefront Reservation. Edgewater Park features 9000 feet of shoreline, dog and swim beaches, boat ramps, fishing pier, picnic areas and grills and a rentable pavilion.
Euclid Beach Park Once the site of the famous Euclid Beach Amusement Park, Euclid Beach Park now features a 650’ beach with shaded picnic areas, a scenic observation pier and a reservable pavilion. Though it closed in 1969, signs of the amusement park including the shuffleboard area, remnants of the beachside fountain and concrete footers of the Flying Turns roller coaster are still visible.
Franklin Castle (also known as the Tiedemann House) is a Victorian stone house, built in the American Queen Anne style, located at 4308 Franklin Boulevard in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood. The building has four stories and more than twenty rooms and 80 windows.
Garfield Park Reservation is located in Garfield Heights. The reservation features picnic areas, a wetland, and trails. The history of Garfield Park dates back almost a century. In 1894, the city of Cleveland purchased three farms, a half mile south of the city limits as a site for a new south side park.
Great Falls of Tinkers Creek shows the natural beauty and historic relevance to the development of Bedford. The power of flowing water was harnessed at this historic center of industry. Evidence remains of a saw mill, grist mill and an electric power plant, as well as a viaduct that carried trains over Tinker’s creek.
At JACK Cleveland Casino, gamblers will discover more than 1,500 of the newest, hottest slots, in a variety of denominations from penny games to our $100 slot machine in the High Limit area. Take a stroll through the casino to find your favorite themes and all the latest and greatest slot machines.
Located adjacent to Edgewater Beach in Lakefront Reservation, Upper Edgewater boasts stunning views of the Cleveland skyline and is home to one of... Merwin's Wharf Merwin’s Wharf features spectacular views and seasonal, locally sourced menu items on the East Bank of the Cuyahoga River.
About Us Just minutes from downtown Cleveland in the heart of historic Shaker Heights and surrounded by the Shaker Parklands, the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes is free and open to the public providing wonderful nature experiences and discovery for all ages and through all seasons.
Corner Light, a collaborative story about Cleveland. There is new public art in Public Square! Come check out Corner Light. The latest iteration of the Landform public art series is a new installation created by local artist collaborative, Cleveland SGS.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, located on the shore of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, recognizes and archives the history of the best-known and most influential artists, producers, engineers, and other notable figures who have had some major influence on the development of rock and roll.
Rockefeller Park Location. North end of Battery Park City, west of River Terrace. Features. Rockefeller Park contains BPC Parks’ larger lawns, as well as a large playground, plantings and gardens and several public art pieces, and a pavilion. Restrooms are located at the northwest corner of the Solaire Building, across the street from the Parkhouse.
Rocky River is a city in western Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. A suburb of Cleveland, it is located along the shore of Lake Erie approximately 9 miles (14 km) west of downtown Cleveland. The city is named for the Rocky River that forms its eastern border.
Positioned along the Rocky River, Rocky River Nature Center provides a full visitor experience with opportunities to discover and learn about current Ohio wildlife, ancient species such as Dunkleosteus along with prehistoric and pioneer cultures. HideAway Hollow, just recently renovated, is a giant oak tree where kids can play and discover.
Rocky River Reservation is located in Berea, Brook Park, Cleveland, Fairview Park, Lakewood, North Olmsted, Olmsted Township, and Rocky River. The first land purchased for Cleveland Metroparks — a 3.8 acre parcel purchased in April 1919 — can be seen from the Stinchcomb-Groth Memorial.
Tour Severance Hall. Regarded by many music-lovers as one of the world's most beautiful concert halls, Severance Hall is a true gem in the city of Cleveland. Incorporating some of the finest materials and most advanced features available at the time of its construction, there are hidden delights throughout the building.
The North Coast Harbor, East Ninth Street Pier and Voinovich Bicentennial Park areas are east and north of Erieside Avenue, three-quarter mile east of the Cuyahoga River mouth in downtown Cleveland. The majority of the park’s land is fill material artificially placed in Lake Erie.
One of Ohio’s top birding sites, Wendy Park’s 22 acres of green space on the edge of downtown Cleveland makes it a vital haven for wildlife. Boasting a remarkable 260 species of birds recorded on site, birders, photographers and nature lovers are drawn to this dynamic landscape.
West Creek Reservation invites the cyclist, hiker, picnicker and birdwatcher to a varied upland and wetland landscape. Nesting birds include red-tailed hawks, wood ducks and screech owls, and migratory species such as American redstart, indigo bunting, Lincoln’s sparrow and great crested flycatcher can be found there as well.
Whiskey Island hosts a full schedule of events, including the Burning River Fest, held each July, and regular summer concerts. The site is also a good place to view Cleveland's July 4th fireworks. Les Roberts' Whiskey Island. You know that a spot is a local hotspot when northeast Ohio's own crime writer, Les Roberts puts it into one of his novels.
Willard Park is a public park in downtown Cleveland, in the U.S. state of Ohio. The park sits at the northwest corner of East 9th Street and Lakeside Avenue, adjacent to Cleveland City Hall, and is within the boundaries of the Cleveland Mall historic district.