Steel Heritage Center

Steel Heritage Center

3275 Steelyard Dr.
Cleveland, Ohio, 44109

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The Steel Heritage Center was made possible through the cooperation of many organizations, including ArcelorMittal, Cleveland Metroparks, Western Reserve Historical Society and First Interstate Properties. The structure is an old-time clock building and it was moved by First Interstate Properties and placed next to the Towpath Trail in Steelyard Commons Shopping Center in 2006. Inside the 600-square-foot building eight illuminated photographs frame the space. A special exhibit “How Steel is Made” is currently on loan to the center from ArcelorMittal and includes a video presentation. Refreshments and visitor information will also be available at the Center, which will be staffed by volunteers, and open Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. throughout the summer.

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