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In Cleveland, we’ve got world-class experiences without the world-class ego. And for that, you’re welcome.
World-class experiences without the world-class ego.
Here in Cleveland, we’ve got beef cheek in our pierogi, truffles on our hot dogs and beer in our donuts. Balance.
Whether you’re into the thread count of your linens or just a place to crash for the night, we’ve got a hotel room with your name all over it.
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Located between Key Tower and the Drury Plaza Hotel, this fountain features a 35-foot-tall bronze statue depicting a man reaching to the sky from a fury of flames. Unveiled in 1964, the monument is a creation of Cleveland Institute of Art grad Marshall Fredericks to honor local veterans of the Korean War and World War II.
Make your way to the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge (pass Progressive Field heading west) to see one of the most iconic pieces of public art in Cleveland – eight individual 43-foot-tall “Guardians of Transportation.” These Art Deco stone sculptures tower above the bridge and depict the “spirit of progress in transportation” through the different modes each holds in their hands.
The Ohio City neighborhood is filled with street art, including this popular spot for photos. The "Greetings from Cleveland" mural was created in 2015 by the Greetings Tour with support from Graffiti HeArt, Ohio City Incorporated and SOLO Block Club. It captures everything CLE in one painting – from our beloved sports teams to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
This former bank building in the Waterloo Arts District is covered in a vibrant geometric design created by London-based artist Camille Walala. The colorful building contains an art gallery, yoga and meditation studios, and a juice bar and café.
This glimmering neighborhood centerpiece is designed in the same style as the grand chandeliers that adorn the lobbies of Playhouse Square's theaters. This stunning spectacle is suspended from a 44-foot-high steel structure, is 20 feet tall and shimmers with more than 4,200 shining crystals, making it the world's largest outdoor chandelier.
The picturesque Wade Lagoon provides a natural backdrop to the powerhouse cultural institutions that surround it, including the Cleveland Museum of Art and Severance Hall. In addition to stately trees and gardens, the path around the lagoon features sculptures that are part of the art museum’s permanent collection.
Head to the Metropark’s Garfield Park Reservation to take in Cuyahoga County’s tallest waterfall, which stands at 48 feet. In addition to a viewing platform for the falls, the park also features picnic areas, a wetland and trails.