Ever heard the story about how we lost the “a” in the original spelling of “Cleaveland?” Or, how about the tales of Parma resident Ettore Boiardi — you know him as Chef Boyardee (yes, that one) — selling spaghetti sauce out of milk bottles?
Who says history has to be boring?
Whether you’re scoping a time-traveling DeLorean at the Cleveland History Center or uncovering The Land’s crucial role in the Underground Railroad at the Cozad-Bates House, when you’re in a world-class city, expect a rich and textured history.
Important museums. Stunning architecture. Renowned monuments. Iconic public art and even historical cemeteries. Cleveland is living proof that history is exploration.