What’s Out There® Weekend (WOTW) Cleveland will bring to light the local character of the city as reflected by its publicly accessible parks, gardens, plazas, cemeteries, memorials, and neighborhoods. The region boasts more than 24,000 acres of publicly accessible green space, including a National Park, several scenic reservations, seminal landscapes designed by the Olmsted Brothers firm, A.D. Taylor, Ernest Bowditch, Ellen Shipman, and others, and exciting contemporary projects enlivening the city’s center. In addition to significant works of landscape architecture, the area possesses a rich diversity of cultural landscapes, including several sites included in the National Park Service’s Underground Railroad Network to Freedom, such as Lake View and Erie Street Cemeteries. Working in collaboration with myriad local partners, The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) will make visible and instill value in the places that make the region unique, and engage the public to promote their sustained stewardship and interpretation. WOTW Cleveland will engage a large and diverse audience (typically 1,000+), offering two days of free, expert-led tours, encouraging participants to discover the little-known design history of places they may pass every day. Please join Chris Lynn (AECOM) for a tour of the Bingham-Hanna Garden at the Cleveland History Center followed by a look at the original archival materials for the gardens with Ann Sindelar (WRHS) through WOTW on Saturday, September 9th from 10:00-11:00. Advance registration is free and required; only 30 slots are available so make sure to register early!