All of the Cleveland sports stuff is downtown.   We have it all -- baseball,
football, basketball, soccer.....    This is a big sports town, for sure.   All of the
sports venues are in walking distance from any of the downtown hotels.

Families need to visit the Great Lakes Science Center.    
http://www.glsc.usgs.gov/    http://www.greatscience.com/

Adults and teenagers need to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.   

If you love the symphony, go to Severance Hall for a concert   
http://www.clevelandorch.com/html/index.asp or go to Blossom Music Center
near Akron for an outdoor concert under the stars  

If you love casual music, go to Cain Park and listen to folk, jazz, blues, or
whatever in the outdoor amphitheater.    http://www.cainpark.com/     They also
have a skateboard area there.

If you love theater, Cleveland has the third largest theater district in the US.    
There is something going on all the time.  (Check the Friday paper for details.)

If you love art, visit our world class art museum.   http://www.clemusart.com/

Shoppers need to visit the Tower City Center  http://www.towercitycenter.com/ ,
Legacy Village http://www.legacy-village.com/, Beachwood Mall
http://www.beachwoodplace.com/, and Rainblue Handcrafts at  2499 Lee Road.

History lovers, take a ride on Lolly the Trolley and get a tour of downtown and
the surrounding areas.   http://www.lollytrolley.com/

Don't miss Little Italy!  Shops and fine restaurants abound!

Sports lovers, take in a game, any time of the year.

There is so much to do that I can't list it all!

Best way to find out what's going on is to buy the Friday version of the Plain
Dealer (the local newspaper).  There's an insert in there that will tell you
everything fun to do for the next week!

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