Cleveland Arts & Ohio Museums

Cleveland was named a Top 25 Arts Destination by in 2003. In addition to its museums of art, the city boasts a vibrant art community with galleries scattered throughout its trendiest neighborhoods.

Cincinnati Museums

Cincinnati’s Eclectic Museums

Fine Art, Ancient Jewish Artifacts, Fire Engines, Fossils and More Taft Museum of Art, Hebrew Union College Museum, Sharon Woods Village, College Football Hall of Fame, and Vent(triloquism) Haven Museum…

North Ohio Art Museums Free

North Ohio’s Free Art Museums

Northern Ohio — Cleveland, Toledo, and more — offer a wonderful collection of important art museums. What’s more: these museums offer free admission. Ohio’s industrial history and generous benefactors have…

Warther Museum Dover OH

Warther Museum of Model Trains – Dover OH

A Tour of the Warther’s Collections of Carvings, Buttons, and Arrowheads This priceless collection of hand-carved trains is located in Dover, Ohio, 100 miles west of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and 120…

Cleveland Museum of Art

Cleveland Museum of Art

Overview of a Northeastern Ohio Premium Art Museum The Cleveland Museum of Art in Northeastern Ohio is one of Cleveland’s finest museums. Free to the public, the institution holds 46,000…

A Christmas Story House and Museum

Are you a fan of the holiday movie A Christmas Story? Did you know that it was filmed in Cleveland, Ohio? The Christmas Story House and Museum (Tremont) that A…

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

On the east side of Cleveland, in the suburb of Beachwood, OH, you can find a very unique local attraction, The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage.  Cleveland has had a…

Children’s Museum of Cleveland

If you have children 8 years old and under, one of the best places to take them in Cleveland is The Children’s Museum of Cleveland in University Circle. The Children’s…

Arts Districts & Art Walks

For Clevelanders that love art and those that may not, art walks are something more than just going to look at art. These are a unique arts and culture experience. Many do display art, but also give the chance for residents and visitors to explore a different part of the city and experience some new food or local retail. Cleveland boasts many different arts districts and neighborhood that each have their own unique focus. Check out some below.

The Waterloo Arts District located on the City’s Northeast Side in the North Collinwood Neighborhood describes itself as the “basement rec room” in the Rock & Roll City. The neighborhood hosts art walk on the first Friday every month where visitors can stroll galleries, view murals, grab a bite to eat or check out a concert at the Beachland Ballroom.

The Gordon Square Arts District located in the Detroit-Shoreway Neighborhood on the City’s West Side contains many art studios & galleries, live theatre venues, movie theatre and unique shops and eateries. On the Third Friday of every month, the district hosts the aptly named Third Friday. This event began with a monthly open house at the 78th Street Studios and has spread through the entire district.

The Tremont Art Walk on the second Friday of every month occurs on the Near West Side in the Tremont Neighborhood. More than twenty venues participate in this event which brings many visitors to the neighborhood to enjoy art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants.

The Murray Hill | Little Italy Art Walk located in the Little Italy Neighborhood on the East Side began over 30 years ago. The art walks take place annually, in June, October and December and include exhibits from artists from all over the world. Visitors to the art walk can enjoy alfresco dining and traditional music performances. Art walk attendees can also enjoy dinner at one of the many Italian restaurants in the neighborhood while enjoying a piece of Italian American history.