Cleveland, Ohio Travel
The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History
Maps, articles and images from Case Western Reserve University and The Western Reserve Historical Society.
PopCity: What Cleveland Has that Pittsburgh Wants
This October 28, 2009 article highlights things to visit in Cleveland that Pittsburgh doesn't yet have.
City of Cleveland
The official website for the city government offers some links and visitor information in Around Town.
A site created in conjunction with the Cleveland daily newspaper,
The Plain Dealer. Get the latest news, road construction information, entertainment calendar, search a database of 600 restaurants...
Gray and Company: Cleveland Books
Browse through lists of books about Cleveland from this publisher, including
Cleveland Ethnic Eats,
Cleveland Family Fun,
Cleveland Fishing Guide,
Cleveland On Foot, and
Beyond Cleveland On Foot .
This is the official website of the Convention & Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland.
Make online hotel and restaurant reservations, plan your own vacation itinerary, or send an E-postcard.
Cleveland's Scene Magazine
Northeast Ohio's Entertainment Weekly. Good for Rock and Roll...
Cleveland Botanical Garden
Includes the Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse, featuring exotic ecosystems of Madagascar and Costa Rica.
Cleveland Museum of Art
Holdings of Western art begin with ancient Near East, Egypt, Rome and Greece, and progress through medieval and Renaissance Europe, 18th- and 19th-century European and American art, Impressionism, and Modernism, concluding with works from our time. The museum's distinguished collection of Asian art includes works from China, Japan, Korea, India, the Himalayas, and Southeast Asia. The museum also holds smaller collections of art of the ancient Americas and African Art.
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Yes, Cleveland has a CMNH too! Check their admission rates, hours, and current exhibits online.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Located between Cleveland and Akron, it features a wide variety of natural, cultural, and historical resources. Visitors enjoy picnicking, hiking, bike trails, bridle trails, winter sports, golf, fishing, and ranger-guided programs.
Great Lakes Science Center
Visitors can enjoy more than 400 hands-on exhibits about science, technology, and the environment. Exhibits include the Space Shuttle Columbia Simulator, a construction backhoe, a weather station, the instant sensation Virtual Hoops, a Polymer Funhouse and a collection of outdoor exhibits.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
You can't miss this new landmark!
Food & Dining
West Side Market
110 vendors selling meats, produce, ethnic foods; open Mondays and Wednesdays, 7 am to 4 pm; Fridays and Saturdays 7 am to 6 pm. Located at the corner of West 25th Street and Lorain Avenue.