With so much to see and do, you’ll be hard-pressed to decide which attractions to see first on your trip to Cleveland. Perhaps the most famous site is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, where anyone with an interest in music can see stage-wear and rare artefacts from some of the biggest names in music history. Right next door you’ll find the Great Lakes Science Center, an amazingly interactive attraction that is educational, entertaining and perfect for the whole family.
If there are sports fans in your ranks, then a trip to the First Energy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns, is a must. Here, you can watch the glamour, glitz and armoured acrobatics of American Football and even take a backstage tour. In nearby Canton, you’ll find the Pro Football Hall of Fame, where you can immerse yourself in the history of the game through exhibits and items from luminaries of this great sport. Other local sports teams include the Cavaliers of the NBA and the Indians of Major League Baseball.
Cedar Point Amusement Park is ideal for families travelling to Cleveland with children. With sky-scraping roller-coaster rides, the USA’s largest indoor water park and a wave pool where you can jump on a board and get surfing, this makes for an exciting and memorable day out. From there, you can catch a catamaran to South Bass Island, which has plenty of cafés and adventure playgrounds for children.