Rock On in Cleveland on an OH Bus Charter
A Cleveland Bus Rental Scores for Music Fans & Sports Lovers
Sitting on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland quite literally rocks. Like Ohio’s other cities, it boomed thanks to the explosion of manufacturing in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, only to wither from economic decline.
With a renaissance well underway, the city once derided as the “Mistake by the Lake,” happily flaunts its music legacy from cool concert clubs to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum as well as offering hip eateries and other top-notch attractions like the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, the Metroparks Zoo and the Playhouse Square Theater District.
And of course, Cleveland also has its professional sports teams – the Indians, the Cavaliers and the Browns.
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Sports, Food & Rock and Roll
Cleveland is proud of its place in rock ‘n’ roll history, as well as its professional sports teams. Still there’s more to do than cheer on the World Series-winning Cleveland Indians, the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers and the NFL’s Cleveland Browns. Below are just some of the museums, landmarks and other points of interest worth a visit when you are in the Cleveland area.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — The addition of the Horseshow Casino in 2012 added to an already impressive entertainment scene in downtown Cleveland. From dance clubs and hip bars to supper clubs, live music and elegant cocktails, there is night time entertainment to rival any city. Take in a concert at the FirstEnergy Stadium or Quicken Loans Arena. Adrenaline junkies can drive one hour to the west to Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky considered the “rollercoaster capital of the world.”
- Arts & Cultural — While Cleveland is perhaps best known for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the city’s industrial forefathers bestowed their fortunes to build world-renowned museums and cultural institutions, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Severance Hall, home to the Cleveland Orchestra. Don’t miss MOCA --what the locals call the Museum of Contemporary Art -- or the Great Lakes Science Center, where visitors can try on a space suit or explore the inside of a stomach.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Cleveland is filled with unique and colorful neighborhoods that offer something for shoppers and foodies alike, ranging from the boutiques in the Warehouse District, the shops along the Cuyahoga River and Asiatown with it authentic Far East cuisine. The Travel Channel has gushed about the food finds at the West Side Market. Meanwhile, historic Millersburg is a great destination for shopping with merchandise hand-crafted by local artisans.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Even with its harsh winters, Cleveland’s warmer seasons make it an ideal place for golf enthusiasts. Visitors can choose from several dozen public courses, including the Big Met located in Fairview Park. Still, Cleveland remains a sports town, proud of its professional teams. The Cleveland Browns is one of the NFL’s oldest franchises. The World-Series Champion Cleveland Indians call Progressive Field home base. The NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers pack fans into the 20,500-seat Quicken Loans Arena.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — President William McKinley was born an hour outside Cleveland in the town of Nile, where a museum sits today. There’s plenty to see in Cleveland, from the USS Cod Submarine Memorial and the Hope Memorial Bridge to the Sarah Benedict House. The Upper Prospect Avenue Historic District reminds visitors of a bygone era when "Millionaires' Row" was dubbed "the most beautiful street in America." Yet some say Cleveland’s colorful history is best viewed by a visit to Lake View Cemetery. Considered Cleveland's "outdoor museum," it is the final resting place of the 20th president of the United States, James Garfield.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Sitting on the southern shore of Lake Erie and at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River, Cleveland is an entry way to life on the water. Charter a boat, drive west and explore the Lake Erie shoreline or take a ferry to the famed Lake Erie Islands. If you prefer to stay on dry land, explore any of the 18 parks that make up the Cleveland MetroParks system, visit the Cleveland Botanical Garden and explore the 33,000 acre Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
- Zoos & Aquariums — More than 3,000 animals live in the 183-acre Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, including one of North America’s largest primate collections. A 19th-century power plant was renovated and turned into the Cleveland Aquarium, where glow-in-the-dark jelly fish live in parts of the old smokestacks.
- Other Points of Interest — Fans of the film “A Christmas Story” should plan a visit to the actual house from the movie. Though set in 1940s Indiana, many of the film’s scenes were shot in Cleveland, including exterior views of the house in Tremont and the crotchety Santa scenes at Higbee’s Department Store, now a casino.
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