The Cleveland Lakefront holds some exciting destinations.
Spend an afternoon exploring the Steamship Mather Museum
(open May–Oct.) to learn about Great Lakes shipping and life on this historic 618-foot ore boat.
- A fee applies for this seasonal Great Lakes Science Center
Great Lakes Science Center & Steamship Mather Museum
601 Erieside Ave., Cleveland, 44114
You also may have time to stroll next door to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
to celebrate our Rock & Roll heritage. Admission, free for children 8 and younger attending with adults, ranges from $13–$22 per person for the older sets. Changing exhibits provide a fresh experience every few months. Bring your wallet for souvenirs from the excellent gift shop!
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
1100 Rock and Roll Blvd., Cleveland, 44114
Hungry after all that exploring? Walk or Drive. Head south on East 9th Street to Euclid Avenue. Turn left and walk or drive a few blocks to East 4th Street, home of Lola
. This restaurant is owned and operated by world-renowned Iron Chef Michael Symon, whom you may know from his many appearances on the Food Network. When Michael’s in town he can be found walking around the restaurant visiting patrons and supervising the operation.
2058 East 4th St., Cleveland, 44114
A more casual dining experience, and a continuation of the Rock & Roll theme, can be found nearby, also on East 4th, at the House of Blues
. Catch a great music show after dinner if you have time!
House of Blues
308 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 44114
Or join the revelry at outdoor East Fourth Street
patio cafes in the summer months and enjoy the summer breezes on any given Cleveland night!