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Features exhibits on Eliot Ness, police motorcycles, firearms and true crime. Souvenirs, books and apparel are sold in the Cop Shop.
The recently expanded Cowan Pottery Museum is located primarily on the first floor of the Rocky River Public Library. It features over 1,200 pieces of a distinctive form of American art pottery...
Closed for renovation. Reopening in Jan of 2020.
Explore the medical past, both familiar and strange, in our museum galleries, including new exhibits on the history of contraception and diagnostic...
Just call the Dunham Tavern Museum — which offers glimpses into the lives of early Ohio settlers and explorers — the last building standing. The 1824-built structure is the oldest in Cleveland to...
Located in Euclid, Ohio, the Greater Cleveland Slow Pitch Softball Hall of Fame and Museum serves as a lasting tribute to all the people, teams, ballparks, and many others that have made the game of...
Giving children, families and students hands-on science discovery. Visitors enjoy live wildlife exhibits, star shows in the planetarium, family-friendly programs and natural history displays.
The Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of polka music, the happiest sound around.
First Ladies National Historic Site commemorates First Ladies. The Site features the home of Ida Saxton McKinley and the Education Center, which houses small exhibits.
The Ukrainian Museum-Archives in Cleveland was founded in 1952 by displaced scholars who took on the mission of collecting and preserving items from Ukrainian history and culture during an era when...