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Museum
“Here’s a fact: When you visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, you and your companions aren’t going to agree on everything. It happens all the time — you enter as friends, you leave as … friends who can’t decide if Pearl Jam is more or less worthy of inclusion than, say, Journey. No Rock Hall visitor leaves without weighing in on who should and shouldn’t be included in the hall of fame. Elvis? The Beatles? Those are no-brainers. Madonna and Run DMC? Talk amongst yourselves. WHY CLEVELAND? In 2017 alone, more than a half million visitors, each with their own favorites and memories (and opinions), visited the iconic I.M. Pei-designed Rock Hall, which opened in 1995. At first, music fans were left scratching their heads: Why Cleveland? But our city has a checklist of serious rock bona fides: • Cleveland DJ Alan Freed is credited with coining the term “rock ‘n’ roll” on his integrated radio show in 1951. • We are credited with holding the country’s first official rock ‘n’ roll concert, a 1952 throw down that would ultimately be shut down for overcrowding and rioting. • Fourteen years later, the same thing would happen at a legendary Beatles show at Cleveland’s famed Public Hall. That’s just how we roll, here. • Our legendary radio station WMMS-FM is credited with helping to launch the careers of some of rock’s biggest names, including David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen and Fleetwood Mac. WHAT YOU'LL SEE: • Visitors can expect to see one of the most impressive collections of memorabilia ever assembled — from John Lennon’s guitar to hip-hop pioneer Jam Master Jay’s gold chains. • The Rock Hall also showcases a number of temporary, traveling installations throughout the year. Recent exhibits included a history of women in rock, "Girls to the Front," and a Paul Simon retrospective. WHAT ELSE TO DO? • It’s not all history. The Rock Hall offers special concert events like the annual Catch Meaning Music Fest in May, as well as a very popular summertime outdoor concert series. • Don’t forget the induction ceremony and concert: Every two years, the biggest stars in rock history get enshrined into the Hall of Fame on its home turf in Cleveland. ”
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Kunstmuseum
“The permanent home to more than 60,000 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, artifacts and other objects. With an endowment of more than $750,000,000 it is one of the wealthiest museums in the United States. Closed on Mondays. (Admission is Free)”
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History Museum
“Both of these are in the general vicinity of the Art Museum, an up-and-coming district called University Circle that includes the Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Institute of Music, and Severance Hall (home of Cleveland Orchestra.) MOCA is free, NHM charges a fee for admission.”
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Garten
“Beautiful place to spend the day for families and dates. Two story butterfly gardens. Well worth a visit!”
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Museum
“Invent, design, tinker and create! Great Lakes Science Center, home of the NASA Glenn Visitor Center, makes science come alive through hundreds of hands-on exhibits, special temporary exhibitions, the six-story Cleveland Clinic DOME Theater, and the historic Steamship William G. Mather. Featuring daily science demonstrations, camps, and workshops, the Science Center encourages guests to stay curious. The Polymer Funhouse, for guests age 7 and younger, has plenty of room to climb and play, and guests of all ages can become makers in the Cleveland Creates Zone. Onsite amenities include café, Science Store and attached parking garage. From corporate events and social gatherings to wedding receptions and ceremonies, Great Lakes Science Center can engineer the perfect event for your guests. The Science Center is a unique venue complete with interactive exhibits, team building activities, science demonstrations, a six-story atrium with dramatic Lake Erie views, scenic outdoor decks, and menu options ranging from casual to formal by the in-house caterer. Custom packages are available from one space to the whole museum and can include a tour of the historic Steamship William G. Mather or a screening in the six-story Cleveland Clinic DOME Theater. The Science Center can accommodate groups up to 4,000, and the attached 500 car parking garage makes parking convenient.”
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Museum
“If you are a fan of the movie this is a must! Tour the restored home where the film was made. And don't shoot your eye out! ”
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Kunstgalerie
“Special exhibit space affiliated with Cleveland Museum of Art. Admission is free and it's in a fun neighborhood!”
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Kunstmuseum
“Unlike the Cleveland Museum of Art, MOCA has no permanent collections. The entire space is dedicated to current artists and exhibits rotate frequently. Daily admission is now free. The museum anchors the Uptown district of University Circle with many fast casual dining options catering to visitors, employees and students in the neighborhood. ”
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Library
“Family-Friendly museum showcasing exhibits on regional industrial, social and sports history. Excellent!!!”
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Museum
“A family friendly interactive museum. Free parking, gift shop and small cafe. ”
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Kunstgalerie
“This is a huge collection of stores that sell all hand made items. It is an old warehouse, four stories tall, now filled with more than 40 art galleries and other incredible shops. On the third Saturday of every month, they have a huge pop up grouping of more than 150 hand made vendors. Each shop is unique, so nailing down the open hours is difficult, but it is worth driving over just to look through the art. Blank Canvas Theatre is also here, and they often have wedding receptions here on weekends. ”
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Kunstgalerie
“Amazing art gallery featuring local and international artists on relevant and intriguing topics. Hosts regular events and workshops too! ”
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Museum
“The Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum of the Western Reserve Historical Society depicts the automobile at various stages of development, both on a national and regional level. Its automobiles and artifacts are the centerpieces of two major exhibits at the Cleveland History Center in University Circle: Setting the World in Motion and REVolution: The Automobile in America. Few people know that Northeast Ohio was a crucial hub of development in the transportation industry. The Crawford Auto-Aviation Collection brings the history of transportation alive through the over 170 antique automobiles, 21 non-car transportation artifacts (motorcycles, bicycles, and boats), 12 aircraft, and 3 carriages and sleighs. The Collection is enhanced further by the WRHS Automotive Marque Files, which include automobile brochures, owner’s manuals, advertisements, and more. The Crawford Auto-Aviation Collection was initially formed in 1963, with the donation of Thompson Products Auto Album from Frederick C. Crawford and TRW.”
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Book Store
“The Museum of Contemporary Art: Admission is free every Thursday from 5p-8p, otherwise $15.”
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Museum
“The Dittrick Museum of Medical History is part of the Dittrick Medical History Center of the College of Arts and Sciences of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. The Dittrick Medical History Center is dedicated to the study of the history of medicine through a collection of rare books, museum artifacts, archives, and images. The museum was established in 1898 by the Cleveland Medical Library Association[1] and today functions as an interdisciplinary study center. It is housed in the Allen Memorial Medical Library on the campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio's University Circle.”
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