At more than 100 years old, the West Side Market is an institution, located in Cleveland’s historic Ohio City. With more than 100 vendors selling everything from homemade pasta to whole pigs, you’ll find whatever you’re hungry for at the West Side Market.Get Directions → | Visit Site →
University Circle is Cleveland’s cultural epicenter, boasting the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Western Reserve Historical Society, the Museum of Contemporary Art and CWRU’s Dittrick Medical History Center and Museum—among many others.
Discover a neighborhood (or three). From Ohio City to Shaker Square, Cleveland’s neighborhoods are a major part of what make it so special. Don’t miss nearby Little Italy, where you can enjoy the bistros, bakeries and shops that offer a taste of Italia in CLE.
Curtain’s up at PlayhouseSquare, the country’s largest performing arts center outside of New York City. Whether your theater tastes are front-row seats to the latest musicals or standing-room-only at a comedy show, you’ll find it on stage in the Square.Get Directions → | Visit Site →
Cleveland is home to some of the country’s most loyal sports fans. And fans of just about any sport can find a team to love in CLE, including Indians baseball, Browns football, Cavaliers basketball, Lake Erie Monsters hockey and Gladiators arena football. Game on!
The key to good nightlife is being diverse, and Cleveland has it all—from the brand-new Horseshoe Casino to live music venues such as Beachland Ballroom and Grog Shop. Plus, don’t miss the comedy clubs, breweries and other hidden gems that make CLE unique.
Discover why Cleveland rocks with a visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, located just six miles from Case Western Reserve. The 150,000-square-foot space features seven floors, five theaters, special events and always-changing exhibits.Get Directions → | Visit Site →
In the heart of the city, get to know the wild animals. Start at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, home to 3,000 animals representing 600-plus species. Next up: the newly opened Greater Cleveland Aquarium, where you can see everything from Ohio’s brook trout to sand tiger sharks.