Cleveland is the second-largest city in Ohio and represents modernization with a rustic flair. The city has a strong cultural side, with theaters, museums, and a thriving social scene in the Flats East Bank, where the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie converge. Tourists will find no shortage of things to do.
In the 1800s, Cleveland was one of the most important canal ports in the eastern United States and an industrial center where some of the richest American entrepreneurs made their fortunes. The luxury residences on Euclid Avenue, known as Millionaires’ Row, are a testament to their wealth.
Among those who lived here around the turn of the 19th century were John D. Rockefeller, founder of the Standard Oil Company, and Samuel Mather, who made his fortune in steel production and transport.
Today, the remnants of Cleveland’s historical railway and canal notoriety serve as an eclectic backdrop for a vibrant city that is turning warehouses into boutique hotels and is a prominent destination for world-class sporting events and concerts near the waterfront.
Take a stroll along with Cleveland’s popular Historic Warehouse District, spend an evening enjoying some of the city’s major sports complexes in the Historic Gateway District, or explore some of Cleveland’s spectacular museums and attractions. For more ideas, see our list of things to do in Cleveland.
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Airports In Cleveland
Cleveland Burke Lakefront
Cleveland Hopkins International.