Things to See & Do

The land for life

Why are we part of The Land for Life? Because of the passionate people that make our city the best location in the nation. @ThisIsCleveland’s has an updated website that feaures Clevelanders who inspire us, as well as resources to plan your next visit. #thisiscle

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Cleveland Cavaliers

Cleveland Guardians

Cleveland Browns

Cleveland Gladiators

Lake Erie Monsters

Lake County Captains - Minor League Baseball

Cedar Point Amusement Park

Christmas Story House

Cleveland Botanical Gardens

Cleveland Metroparks

Cleveland Museum of Art

Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Cleveland Orchestra

Cleveland West Side Market

Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Scenic Railroad

FirstEnergy Stadium - Home of the Cleveland Browns 

Greater Cleveland Aquarium

Great Lakes Science Museum

Great Lakes Theater

Historic Gateway District - Featuring trendy pubs and restaurants 

House of Blues Cleveland - A great venue for live music

JACK Cleveland Casino

MGM Northfield Park

Ohio City Neighborhood - Home to the West Side Market and other beloved shops, restaurants and galleries.

Old Brooklyn Community/Neighborhood - Home to the Cleveland Zoo and the Steelyard Commons shopping plaza, this an historic neighborhood. 

PlayhouseSquare - The largest complex of live theater outside New York City 

Pro Football Hall of Fame

Progressive Field - (Home of the Cleveland Guardians) 

Quicken Loans Arena

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

The Cleveland Zoo - Featuring a tropical rain forest 

The Flats East Bank - Popular entertainment area that mixes trendy restaurants and bars in an old industrial area.

The Warehouse District - Eclectic restaurants, jazz clubs and specialty bars 

Tower City Center and The Galleria - Downtown shopping, dining and entertainment complexes 

Tremont Neighborhood - One of Cleveland's most eclectic neighborhoods, full or shops, galleries and great eats

University Circle - Cleveland's cultural arts center just 10 minutes east of downtown.

Western Reserve Historical Society