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  • Ohio and Erie Canalway Listing
  • Ohio and Erie Canalway Listing

    A Quest for What Moves You, Version 2 (For those with limited mobility)

    4524 East 49th Street Cleveland, Ohio, 44125
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    Enjoy word play on this moderate trek from the CanalWay Center, adapted for adventurers with mobility impairments. This quest is adapted for those with mobility impairments. It can be done without assistance by people using a fully charged scooter or power wheelchair. Others may contact the CanalWay Center several days in advance to arrange transportation for questers and their manual wheelchairs up and down a steep hill. You can download a PDF of the Quest here .

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  • Bacci Park Aqueduct

    7201 Canal Rd. Cuyahoga Hts., Ohio, 44125
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    Only six miles outside of downtown Cleveland, Bacci park offers pavilions, a playground, a fishing pond, ballfields and walking trails.

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  • Bedford Reservation

    18799 Egbert Rd. Bedford, OH, 44146
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    Located in Bedford, Bedford Heights, Oakwood, Valley View and Walton Hills, Bedford Reservation gives the appearance of a continuous forest of large trees and challenging terrain, which apparently discouraged early logging operations. The reservation offers trails and picnic areas, and includes Shawnee Hills Golf Course as one of its attractions. Flowing through Bedford Reservation is Tinker's Creek, which drops 220 feet over a course of two miles and has cut a steep, walled gorge. The gorge, declared a ...

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  • Brecksville Reservation - Cleveland Metroparks

    9000 Chippewa Creek Drive Brecksville, OH, 44141
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    From the oak-hickory forests on the ridge tops to the cottonwoods, willows and sycamores of Chippewa Creek's flat floodplain, Brecksville Reservation is a study of contrasts. The reservation is deeply cut by seven distinct gorges, which have a wide variety of soil and sunlight conditions, fostering the growth of rare, unusual and endangered plants. Chippewa Creek, in the northern section of the reservation, flows through a remarkable gorge that was left behind by the glaciers that once covered this area....

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    Brecksville Station

    13512 Station Rd. Brecksville, OH, 44141
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    At this boarding station of the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, you can flag down the train (with both arms, please!) and load up your bike for a smooth return.

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  • Brookside Reservation - Cleveland Metroparks

    3900 John Nagy Blvd Cleveland, OH, 44144
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    Brookside Reservation was one of the city of Cleveland's oldest neighborhood parks before its acquisition by Cleveland Metroparks in 1993. Still a recreation hub, the area now boasts baseball and football fields. The 135-acre reservation serves as arefuge for diverse wildlife in an urban setting. It is also an attractive spot for area picnickers and a resting site for walkers, cyclists and others who use the all-purpose trail, which connects the Reservation to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

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  • Ohio and Erie Canalway Listing

    Canal Exploration Center

    7104 Canal Road Valley View, Ohio, 44125
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    Brighten your visit to Cuyahoga Valley National Park with a stop at the Canal Exploration Center, which opened in 2014 along the America's Byway. Welcoming rangers and volunteers will help you dive into our canal-era past and explore life on the historic Ohio & Erie Canal. Exhibits illustrate canal life in the valley. The canal-era building once served canal boat passengers waiting to pass through Canal Lock 38. Lock demonstrations are conducted seasonally on weekends. A bookstore provides in-depth bo...

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  • Cleveland Botanical Garden

    11030 East Blvd. Cleveland, Ohio, 44106
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    20 lush gardens including a glasshouse with desert and rainforest biomes, a shaded woody boardwalk, and a children’s garden.

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  • Cleveland Chop

    824 W. St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, OH, 44113
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    Experience the casual elegance of the 1940s. The Chophouse specializes in delicious steaks, chops and veal, hand-crafted beers and white-cheddar mashed potatoes. $15-30.

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  • Cleveland Hostel

    2090 West 25th Street Cleveland, Ohio, 44113
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    The Cleveland Hostel offers private and shared rooms with free parking, free wifi, kitchen, bicycle storage, lounges, laundry, and a roof deck with great views of the city.

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    Cleveland Lakefront State Park

    8701 Lakeshore Blvd. Cleveland, OH, 44108
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    Escape from the metropolitan skyline and enjoy sand beaches, tree-lined picnic areas and a beautiful view of Lake Erie. Edgewater Park offers access to boating, fishing and swimming.

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  • Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

    3900 Wildlife Way Cleveland, OH, 44109
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    Northeast Ohio's most-visited year-round attraction, the zoo is home to 3,000 animals representing 600 species. In the past year, it also has become home to lions and tigers and bears of a different nature, via its Circle of Wildlife CarouselFor 19 years running, more than a million visitors a year have explored the Zoo's top attractions including African Elephant Crossing, The RainForest, Northern Trek, Australian Adventure, African Savanna, Waterfowl Lake and the Primate, Cat & Aquatics Building. The Zoo also is a leader in research and conservation both on-grounds and abroad helping to ensure a better future for wildlife and their natural habitats. Discover the wildlife, mystery and the excitement of the Zoo's adventures.

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  • Cleveland Museum of Art

    11150 East Blvd. Cleveland, OH, 44106
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    See internationally recognized works of art in this stellar collection, including a special Egyptian room, an armor court, and Impressionist masterpieces. At five stories high, the Ames Family Atrium features two gardens, performance space and a bridge between old and new. In the Atrium, the entire facade of the historic Museum building is visible, providing an outdoor feel to that entrance. Free. Charge for special exhibitions.

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  • Cleveland Museum of Natural History

    1 Wade Oval Dr. Cleveland, Ohio, 44106
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    Learn in a fun environment with dinosaur bones, gems, anthropology exhibits, a planetarium and more. Admission: $4-7; Planetarium Show: $3.

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  • Crowne Plaza Cleveland at Playhouse Square

    1260 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio, 44115
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    Just a few blocks from the Crowne Plaza Cleveland at Playhouse Square hotel you can catch the latest shows at Playhouse Square, get in tune with your favorite music at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum, and explore the Great Lakes Science Center.

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  • Cuyahoga Valley National Park

    1550 Boston Mills Road Peninsula, OH, 44264
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    The only national park in Ohio, Cuyahoga Valley National Park encompasses 33,000 acres along the Cuyahoga River between Cleveland and Akron. Managed by the National Park Service, the park combines nature, history, scenery and recreation in one setting. In 2014, the national park received more than 2 million visitors, making it the 11th most visited national park in the country. The Towpath Trail is open 24-hours-a-day here. Visitors are invited to begin their journeys at the main visitor center - the Bos...

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    Dunham Tavern Museum

    6709 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH, 44103
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    Once a stagecoach stop on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit Post Road, today the museum is the oldest building still standing on its original site in the city of Cleveland. The museum and its gardens offer insight into the lives of early Ohio settlers and travelers.

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  • Fat Cat's

    2061 W. 10th St. Cleveland, OH, 44113
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    Enjoy one of America's favorite neighborhood restaurants while appreciating a skyline view of downtown Cleveland. $15-30.

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  • Frazee House

    7733 Canal Rd. Valley View, OH, 44125
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    The Frazee House was constructed in 1825 and 1826, the same years the northern section of the Ohio & Erie Canal was built. It is a fine example of an early, Federal-style Western Reserve home and features exhibits relating to architectural styles, construction techniques and the Frazee family.

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    Garfield Park Reservation

    11350 Broadway Ave Garfield Heights, OH, 44125
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    Opened in 1987, Garfield Park Nature Center hosts a variety of natural and historical exhibits, including a live honeybee display. A fully accessible wildlife garden, adjacent to the nature center, contains a variety of flowering plants, shrubs and evergreens that attract wildlife year-round. More than two miles of all-purpose trails circle the reservation, highlighting many diverse habitats for the enjoyment of park visitors. Points of interest such as the old springand natural features can be found thr...

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  • Goodtime III

    825 E. Ninth St. Pier Cleveland, Ohio, 44114
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    Ticket price range for public cruises is $10-60. Narrated sightseeing tours are the most budget-friendly: Adults $20.00 • Seniors $17.00 • Children $10.00 (ages 5-12), 4 & under are FREE

     

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  • Great Lakes Brewing Company

    2516 Market Ave. Cleveland, OH, 44113
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    Great Lakes Brewing company was founded in 1988 as the first microbrewery in Ohio and remains Ohio's most celebrated and award-winning brewer of lagers and ales. Lunch and dinner. $15-25.

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  • Great Lakes Science Center

    601 Erieside Ave Cleveland, Ohio, 44114
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    This hands-on science museum is home to the NASA Glenn Visitor Center and features hundreds of interactive exhibits, giant-screen films in a six-story domed theater, daily demonstrations and educational programs.

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    10777 Northfield Road Northfield, OH, 44067
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    Down-home American cuisine and the world's largest collection of Rock and Roll memorabilia. $15-30.

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  • Ohio and Erie Canalway Listing

    Hell's Half Acre Quest

    7104 Canal Road Valley View, Ohio, 44125
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    Take a short, easy stroll around Canal Visitor Center, learning canal history through haiku. Go here to download a PDF of the Quest - we hope you have fun!  

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  • Historic Tremont Neighborhood

    W. 14th St. and Kenilworth Ave. Cleveland, Ohio, 44113
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    Visit this rejuvenated historic Cleveland neighborhood, high on a bluff over the Cuyahoga River. Tremont is the site of the first University in Cleveland, the first public art gallery, and numerous historic churches, all surrounding a New England-style town square with trendy shops, restaurants, bars and art galleries.

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  • House of Blues

    308 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, Ohio, 44114
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    Features Southern-inspired cuisine such as slow-smoked ribs, Creole jambalaya and more. Under $15.

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  • Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse (Cleveland)

    123 W. Prospect Ave. Cleveland, OH, 44114
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    Award-winning Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse is a New York-style steakhouse specializing in buttery, succulent prime aged beef and fresh seafood. $15-30.

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    International Women's Air & Space Museum

    1501 N Marginal Rd Cleveland, Ohio, 44114
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    The mission of the International Women's Air & Space Museum is to collect, preserve, and showcase the history and culture of women in all areas of aviation & aerospace; educate people of the world about their contributions; and inspire future generations by bringing the history to life.

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  • Kimpton Schofield Hotel

    2000 East 9th Street Cleveland, Ohio, 44115
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    Set inside a much-loved landmark building in downtown Cleveland, Kimpton Schofield Hotel honors the past — we’ve restored the gorgeous facade of our brick building to its circa-1902 look — while celebrating the here and now.

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  • Lake View Cemetery

    12316 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, Ohio, 44106
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    This historic cemetery is the burial place of 20th U.S. President James A. Garfield, Elliot Ness and John D. Rockefeller. Lakeview also houses many rare plant species, including the Japanese thread-leaf maple. Free.

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  • Leonard Krieger Canalway Center

    4524 East 49th St. Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio, 44125
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    At this Visitor Center, you will find interpretive exhibits about the complex relationships between people, nature, and industry in the Cuyahoga Valley. It also offers the starting point to a Quest, wonderful opportunities for birdwatching and easy access to the Towpath Trail.

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    Lock 39

    8000 Rockside Rd. Independence, OH, 44131
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  • Lockkeeper's

    8001 Rockside Rd. Valley View, Ohio, 44125
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    Modern American cuisine served overlooking the Cuyahoga River. $30+.

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  • Lola Bistro

    2058 East 4th Street Downtown Cleveland, OH, 44115
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    Food Network’s Michael Simon’s American bistro with midwestern twists. Lola Bistro uses only locally grown and raised organic meats and produce. $30+

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  • Lorenzo Carter Cabin

    1283 Riverbed St. Cleveland, Ohio, 44113
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    Lorenzo Carter was Cleveland's first permanent settler. This building served as both the city jail and an inn. It periodically opens for tours but is not typically open to the public.

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  • Metropolitan at The 9

    2017 E 9th Street cleveland, Ohio, 44115
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    Set in a converted 1906 bank, this upscale hotel is an 8-minute walk from Playhouse Square, a 10-minute walk from Tower City-Public Square subway station and 3/4 of a mile from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

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  • Mill Creek Falls - Garfield Park Reservation

    Garfield Park Blvd. Cleveland , Ohio, 44105
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    Mill Creek Falls is an awesome 48-foot waterfall, the tallest in Cuyahoga County. Surrounded by industry and housing, it was virtually unknown, until the area was acquired by Cleveland Metroparks, improved and opened to the public in 2002. Mill Creek Falls powered the first grist mills in Northeast Ohio (built in 1799) enabling the early settlements and growth of the village of Newburgh. It wasn't until the Ohio & Erie Canal opened in 1827 that the population of Cleveland outpaced Newburgh. Later thi...

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  • Nautica Queen

    1153 Main Ave Cleveland, Ohio, 44113
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    The Nautica Queen offers the best of dining and sightseeing in Cleveland. Experience the city in a whole new way as you cruise under historic bridges and take in sights of Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River.

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  • Nighttown

    12387 Cedar Rd. Cleveland Heights, OH, 44106
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    Since 1965, white-tablecloth restaurant with an eclectic American menu. $15-30.

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  • Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation

    4524 E. 49th St. Cuyahoga Heights, OH, 44125
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    Located on 325 acres in Cleveland's industrial heart, through the villages of Cuyahoga Heights and Valley View,  the Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation offers unique opportunities for discovery. Tucked amid the Shortline railroad trestle, pipelines and steel mills are the lush fields and forests of the river valley. The reservation follows a portion of its namesake, the historic 309-mile Ohio & Erie Canal. Together with the Cuyahoga River, the northernmost remaining 4.4 miles of watered canal pro...

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  • Pickwick & Frolic

    2035 E. Fourth St. Cleveland, OH, 44115
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    A unique dining and entertainment venue featuring American cuisine. $15-$30.

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  • Playhouse Square

    1501 Euclid Ave., Suite 200 Cleveland, Ohio, 44115
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    The largest performing arts center in the country outside of New York, the not-for-profit Playhouse Square is Northeast Ohio’s destination for Broadway and more great entertainment.

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  • Quaker Steak & Lube

    5935 Canal Road Valley View, Ohio, 44125
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    Founded in 1974, Quaker Steak & Lube is a family friendly restaurant with a motorsports-themed atmosphere. Commonly referred to as "The Lube" the restaurant features a unique blend of great service, award-winning food, supercharged events and eye-popping decor. Today, with over 45 locations, The Lube serves over 80 million wings annually, sells its bottled sauces around the world, has won the title of "Best Wings USA," and has over hundreds of local, national and international awards for its wing...

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  • Red Roof Inn Independence

    6020 Quarry Lane Independence, Ohio, 44131
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    Red Roof Inn is just 5 minutes from Ohio & Erie Canalway; Cuyahoga National Park and Railroad. Brand new rooms and 100% Smoke-Free.

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  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

    1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard Cleveland, OH, 44114
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    The world's only museum celebrating the music, this impressive building features new exhibits, new programs, live performances and the world's largest single collection of rock and roll memorabilia. $11-20.

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    Rockefeller Park Greenhouse

    750 E. 88th St. Cleveland, OH, 44108
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    Visitors can see more than 20 gardens representing the diverse cultures of the Cleveland area. Free.

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  • Rockside Station - Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad

    7900 Old Rockside Rd. Independence, OH, 44131
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    Take a ride on this scenic railway through the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, along the Cuyahoga River and the canalway. Choose from a variety of different excursions and special events. Child $6-$17, Adult $9-$25, Senior $8-$23.

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  • Sans Souci

    24 Public Sq. Cleveland, OH, 44113
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    Exceptional cuisine reflecting the coast of Italy, Spain and Monaco, featuring specialties from Provence. Renaissance Cleveland Hotel. $15-$30.

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  • Sausalito CLE

    1360 E 9th St. Cleveland, OH, 44114
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    Mediterranean and coastal cuisine served in a sophisticated decor. The Galleria at Erieview. Under $15.

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  • Severance Hall

    11001 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, Ohio, 44106
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    Regarded by many music-lovers as one of the world's most beautiful concert halls, Severance Hall opened in 1931 as the home of The Cleveland Orchestra. The building’s architectural significance has been recognized by local and national preservation societies, including the Cleveland Landmarks Commission and the National Register of Historic Places, and Severance Hall is a recipient of the Honor Award... 

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  • Shooters on the Water

    1148 Main Ave. Cleveland, OH, 44113
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    Offers waterfront dining, summer entertainment and a wide selection of American cuisine. $15-$30.

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    Station Road Bridge

    13513 Station Rd. Brecksville, OH, 44141
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    The Station Road Bridge, near Brecksville, Ohio, was built in 1882. It spans the Cuyahoga River between Cuyahoga County and Summit County, Ohio. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

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  • Steamship William G. Mather Museum

    301 Erieside Ave. Cleveland, OH, 44114
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    Discover what life onboard a working Great Lakes freighter was like as you tour this restored 618 ft. flagship.  Explore the 1925-built Mather from stem-to-stern and see its huge cargo holds, brass and oak pilot house, elegant guest quarters and four-story engine room Walk the decks and marvel at the "engineering firsts" that helped transform Northeast Ohio into a great industrial center.  Experience the golden era of steamboats on one of the best.

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    Stearns Homestead and Parma Historic Farm

    6975 Ridge Rd. Parma, OH, 44129
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    Stearns Homestead is a 48-acre site located in the heart of Parma. It was the last remaining working farm in Parma when purchased by the City of Parma in 1980. The farm with buildings and two houses was leased to the Parma Area Historical Society, which operates it as an educational and historic farm. The Stearns House (1855) and the Gibbs House (1920) are operated as museums. A Country Store, gardens, farm animals and the Yankee-style barn offer a memorable visit to Parma's past. In addition, annually&n...

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  • The 1890 at the Arcade

    420 Superior Ave. Cleveland, OH, 44114
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    Located in the historic Hyatt Regency in Cleveland, 1890 at the Arcade is a treat.

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  • The Cleveland Orchestra

    11001 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH, 44106
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    The Cleveland Orchestra is one of the most acclaimed performing ensembles in the world. In concerts at home, in residencies from Miami to Vienna, and on tour around the world, The Cleveland Orchestra sets standards of artistic excellence, concert programming, and community engagement.  Two acclaimed concert venues serve as the ensemble's home, Cleveland's Severance Hall during each schoolyear and Blossom Music Center each summer, from July Fourth to Labor Day. Severance Hall is located on...

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  • The Flying Monkey Pub

    819 Jefferson Ave. Cleveland, OH, 44113
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    The Flying Monkey Pub is a handcrafted pub in historic Tremont featuring 10 drafts and 25 other beers, plus a wine list. The craftsmanship that went into building the bar has won accolades from Plain Dealer Sunday Magazine, and Scene magazine.

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  • The Old Angle

    1848 W. 25th St. Cleveland, OH, 44113
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    A full-service tavern located in Cleveland's historic Ohio City Neighborhood. Under $15.

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  • The Old Stone Church

    91 Public Square Cleveland, OH, 44113
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    The Old Stone Church, long a downtown Cleveland landmark, has a congregation dating back to 1820. Officially known as The First Presbyterian Society, it was founded at a time when Cleveland was just a village of a few hundred people. The first church building was dedicated on February 26, 1834, on the northwest corner of Public Square, the historical center of downtown Cleveland. The building, of Tuscan-style architecture, was built of gray sandstone. It was the first stone church in Cleveland and was kn...

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  • Tower City Center

    230 W Huron Rd. Cleveland, Ohio, 44113
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    More than 100 stores, many restaurants and the 11-screen Tower City Cinema are centered in the heart of downtown. Free.

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  • University Circle

    11330 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio, 44106
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    Each year, over 2.5 million people find themselves in the Circle - named one of America's 10 Prettiest Neighborhoods by Forbes Magazine. Located four miles from downtown Cleveland, University Circle is the most concentrated square mile of arts and culture in the nation. It is home to 20+ venues - including the Western Reserve Historical Society, Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Institute of Music, CIA, and Severance Hall - Cleveland Orchestra's winter...

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  • West Side Market

    1979 W. 25th St. Cleveland, OH, 44113
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    The world-famous West Side Market, built in 1912, is the country's largest indoor/outdoor market. A place where turn-of-the-century immigrants found native foods and spices and now features 180 booths with an amazing selection of fresh & baked foods and international delicacies. Cleveland is gearing up for the centennial celebration of the historic market - which draws an estimated one million visitors each year as a top foodie destination! The West Side Market is the largest indoor/ outdoor...

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  • Western Reserve Historical Society

    10825 East Blvd. Cleveland, OH, 44106
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    The Western Reserve Historical Society (WRHS) is located in University Circle, Cleveland's renowned arts and cultural district. The Society's headquarters houses an extraordinary group of distinguished collections including The Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, nearly 200 vintage and antique automobiles and airplanes; The Halle Costume Wing, which houses more than 30,000 garments from the late 1700s to the present; The Hay-McKinney Mansion, a 1911 masterpiece where visitors can tour luxurious turn-of-the-ce...

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