What's New? Cleveland Script Signs
Snap a group pic at one of these picturesque locations
By Eric Embacher
You may have seen these in your friends' or family's Instagram pics, or even on national TV. The Cleveland script signs were installed just before the Republican National Convention and now serve as a permanent tribute to the city.
Destination Cleveland originally installed three Cleveland script signs in picturesque locations with the intention that both locals and visitors would seek them out for signature photos they might share with friends and family on social media.
In the fall of 2016, the Cleveland script signs were put in the national spotlight, being featured in footage of Cleveland before and after commercials during the Indian’s playoff and World Series run. Lines began forming on weekends where locals, visitors, wedding parties, couples, groups, and photographers were gathering to capture their Cleveland moment.
A small corp of volunteers now go out to the signs for a few hours on weekends to offer assistance in taking photos or even answering questions about Cleveland. Groups don't have to leave an odd man or woman out, as a volunteer can perfectly frame your excellent new profile picture.
But wait, there's more!
Recently, a fourth Cleveland script sign was installed at Euclid Beach Park, giving a new, unique view of the Cleveland skyline from the east side. A fifth sign was also installed in the baggage claim area of the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
If you would like to check out the signs on your next trip to Cleveland, they are located at the North Coast Harbor adjacent to the E. 9th St. Pier and behind the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (1001 E. 9th St.); the Tremont Abbey Ave. Overlook (1430 Abbey Ave.); at Edgewater Park; at CLE Airport; and at Euclid Beach Park.