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CLEVELAND (June 30, 2021) – Visitors to Cleveland can enjoy a variety of new experiences and offerings, including expanded lakefront trails, engaging exhibits, numerous restaurant and brewery openings and an international mural festival that will bring to life the streets of a growing neighborhood.
NEW ATTRACTIONS, EXHIBITS AND EVENTS
SPORTS AND RECREATION
2021 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival
Fans of the gridiron can descend upon Canton for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 2021 Enshrinement Festival, taking place August 5-9. They can see and interact with their idols as more than 100 Gold Jackets (living Hall of Famers) return each year to be a part of Enshrinement Week. This year’s event also includes a rescheduled ceremony for the Class of 2020.
Cedar Point’s 150th Anniversary Season
The “Roller Coaster Capital of the World” welcomes guests to a special 150th anniversary season that features a daily festival in the park’s Frontier Land with live music, interactive games, street entertainers, and a multi-sensory parade each night. The park’s new Snake River Expedition immerses riders in a river boat journey that has them performing secret tasks, encountering surprises and avoiding “danger” around every bend.
Tennis in the Land – WTA 250
The top women’s tennis athletes will compete in the inaugural Tennis in the Land, a Women’s Tennis Association 250 event and part of the U.S. Open Series. From August 22-28, players will compete in 54 matches, vying for a $300,000 prize. A temporary stadium court and five additional courts will be constructed in view of the Downtown Cleveland skyline at the riverfront Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica and surrounding area.
New Trails & Lakefront Connections
Red Line Greenway
Scenic city views dominate the new Cleveland Metroparks Red Line Greenway. Starting near the historic West Side Market, the nearly two-mile all-purpose trail runs through eight neighborhoods and connects two public transit stops on RTA’s Red Line, providing new connections to shopping, restaurants, and parks.
Wendy Park Bridge & Whiskey Island Trail
Downtown Cleveland and two lakefront parks are now connected with the completion of the Wendy Park Bridge and Whiskey Island Trail. More than four miles of bike and pedestrian trails provide a direct path between beaches, parks and a marina. Visitors can enjoy expansive views as well as interpretive spaces that share the area’s rich history.
Cleveland Metroparks Mountain Bike Trail and Pump Track
A new pump track for mountain bike and BMX riders will open this fall in the Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation, located south of the city in the Cuyahoga River valley. Additionally, an extension of the existing mountain bike trail will open next summer and feature areas for beginner, intermediate and advance riders as well as a flow trail with jumps. The reservation also connects to the extensive Towpath Trail that runs from Cleveland and continues through the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.