Cleveland Community & Travel Guide

If you are a visitor traveling to Cleveland, Ohio, or someone who is just looking for ideas of new things to do in Cleveland, Cleveland Visitors Guide is where you will find the insider scoop on what is happening this week in Cleveland and northeast Ohio.  We will explore the city together with all of its amazing diversity, history, and culture.

Shaker Square Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland

Cleveland Neighborhoods of Shaker Square

Shaker Square Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland The Neighborhoods of Shaker Square are rich in diversity- racially, economic, and socially. This diversity makes the area special. With a well-established reputation as…

Old Brooklyn Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland

Cleveland’s Old Brooklyn Neighborhood

Old Brooklyn Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland Old Brooklyn and Brooklyn Centre offer accessibility to highways, shopping, quality education, excellent housing and recreation. Getting to and from these two neighborhoods is…

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North Shores Collinwood Neighborhood

North Shores Collinwood Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland North Shores Collinwood is a diverse community located on the shores of Lake Erie. The neighborhood boasts fabulous restaurants, shopping and entertainment. The…

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Cleveland’s Historic Hough Neighborhood

Hough Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland The Hough neighborhood has undergone many changes since its settlement in 1799. In the late 19th century two electric streetcar routes ran along Hough and…

Glenville Wade Park Cleveland Neighborhood

Glenville Wade Park/Heritage Lane Neighborhood

Glenville Wade Park Neighborhood – Cleveland This Greater University Circle Neighborhood features shopping, dining, culture and natural areas close to home, which make it a walkable, pedestrian-friendly area. It has…

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Cleveland’s Fairfax Neighborhood

Fairfax Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland The Fairfax neighborhood is one with a rich history and an eye toward the future. The area is known for its diverse housing stock —…

Cleveland Downtown

Living in Downtown Cleveland

Downtown Cleveland Neighborhood Guide Downtown Cleveland is a collection of five unique neighborhoods that collectively create one large community with all the amenities at your doorstep. The Downtown neighborhood has…

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Detroit Shoreway Community Cleveland

Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland Detroit Shoreway is a lakefront community and one of the few places in Northeast Ohio where you can walk to the beach. New residents…

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Cleveland’s Cudell/Edgewater Neighborhood

Cudell/Edgewater Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland Situated on the shores of Lake Erie, the Cudell/Edgewater Neighborhood brings together history, art and recreation with an easy drive into downtown Cleveland. “We’re steeped…

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Cleveland Central Kinsman Neighborhoods

Central Kinsman Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland Kinsman is in the midst of an infusion of investment that will surpass $100 million, including a new Anton Grdina K-8, community recreation center,…

Cleveland’s Buckeye District

Cleveland’s Buckeye District – Little Hungary

Buckeye-Shaker/Woodland Hills Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland Once known as “LITTLE HUNGARY,” Cleveland’s Buckeye district had the largest Hungarian population outside of Hungary. Today, a new MetroHealth Buckeye Health Center serves…

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Broadway Slavic Village

Slavic Village Neighborhood Guide – Cleveland Broadway Slavic Village is reinventing itself. With a rich history, residents who value close connections to family and church and a number of attractive…

Cleveland Theaters & Orchestra

The history of Rock and Roll is rooted deep in Cleveland’s history, but this doesn’t mean other forms of live entertainment should be overlooked. Positivelycleveland.com suggests you “catch a show…

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Cleveland Music Scene

Music Venues & Clubs in Cleveland Know what Dean Martin, Doris Day, The Isley Brothers, Marilyn Manson, and Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders all have in common? All are popular…

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Cleveland Outdoor Activities

Recreation in Cleveland Clevelanders love being outdoors (especially during the warmer months), and have no shortage of activities due to the area’s natural assets. The greater Cleveland area is part…

Cleveland Kids Attractions

Top Cleveland Attractions for Kids

Got kids? Cleveland is a great place to raise children and below is a list of destinations that will create memories you and your kids will never forget. Cleveland welcomes…

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Best Cleveland Museums

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Located on the shores of Lake Erie, the greatest stories and biggest names in rock and roll shine on at the Rock and Roll…

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Cleveland Annual Festivals & Events

Cleveland Annual Events & Festivals Some of us never leave Cleveland and with all the festivals that Cleveland offers, we don’t have to. “From now through Labor Day, dozens of…

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Ohio Wine Destinations

Ohio Wineries and Wine Trails Ohio’s wine history began in the Ohio River valley near Cincinnati, when Catawba grapes were planted in large numbers in the 1830s. When disease and…

Cleveland Attractions

The northern Ohio city of Cleveland has more interesting and exciting attractions than many cities twice its size. Museums, science centers, sports stadiums – you name it, Cleveland’s got it. It’s no wonder a local saying is “Cleveland Rocks!”

One of the first stops for any newcomer is University Circle, home to many museums and performing arts centers. These include the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, which recently opened a new planetarium; the Cleveland Museum of Art, whose collection features works by Monet, Renoir, and Van Gogh; and Severance Hall, home of the Cleveland Orchestra.

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Attractions featuring science and technology are found throughout the city, including the New Center for Art & Technology and the popular NASA Glenn Research Center, which teaches visitors about NASA’s aerospace programs through interactive exhibits and artifacts. The Great Lakes Science Center shows kids and adults the importance of science and the local environment. The Center also features a six-story OMNIMAX Theater.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum receives a great deal of international attention – and it’s no wonder! The Hall houses the largest single collection of rock and roll artifacts in the world, including musical instruments, handwritten lyrics, stage props, childhood memorabilia, and rare recordings. The annual induction ceremony honors legendary figures of contemporary music, including Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, and many more. However, if rock and roll isn’t your musical flavor, Cleveland is also home of the Polka Hall of Fame.

There’s something for sports fans as well – the Pro Football Hall of Fame, just over an hour away in Canton, OH. To see the players in action, head down to Cleveland Browns Stadium. If baseball’s more your style, watch the Cleveland Indians play at Jacobs Field, or NBA fans can see the Cleveland Cavaliers at Gund Arena.

Adventurous travelers will be thrilled to learn the area features not just one, but two theme parks less than an hour and a half away. Six Flags Worlds of Adventure is located in Aurora OH, and Cedar Point lies on the Lake Erie coastline in Sandusky, OH. Another popular family attraction is the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Rainforest, with over 3,000 animals and a two-story atrium, which simulates tropical rainforest conditions.

Cleveland Crib

Owing to its prime location at the head of numerous canals and railroad lines, Cleveland city in the U.S. State of Ohio has for long been referred to as a world-class city and is thus toured by millions of annual visitors the world over.

Numerous recreational options, cultural diversities, events and attractions and established downtown hotel chains like Cleveland Marriott Downtown or the Embassy Suites Cleveland Downtown Hotels, take you to a completely different paradigm. The best time to visit Cleveland is Autumn when the autumn foliage coupled with a plethora of attractions like Cleveland Museum of Art, Great Lakes Science Center, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Garfield Monument, etc, make the city seem more colorful.

Though, there is a complete array of attractions that the city of Cleveland offers for visitors, one of the major fascinations remains to be the Cleveland festivals throughout the year. Some of the popular and most visited festivals include the annual Feast of the Assumption, the Hellenic Heritage Festival and the Harvest Festival. Each of these festivals is marked with several ethnic food vendors.

For any holiday to seem complete, you need to ensure three basic things – food, stay and transportation. In order to get the best out of your Cleveland holiday, you need to plan well in advance to ensure that you get all of these. We help you plan your holidays by offering some of the best luxury and cheap hotel deals, discounts and packages and a guaranteed online hotel reservation with the least of efforts.