Cleveland Holiday Guide

Cleveland Travel Information

On a holiday to Cleveland today you might be surprised to find out that the city was originally built as an industrial powerhouse. However, after a major facelift this modern city in Ohio is one of the most visited cities in the state. With some of the best amusement parks in the world, stunning museums and many lovely parks and gardens, Cleveland is now a popular metropolis and an ideal holiday destination.

With several museums in the city, those into arts and history will have to plan their time well in order to fit everything into their agenda. The Cleveland Museum of Art boasts wonderful collections of modern arts while the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, featuring a selection of geological specimens and fossils, will make you feel like you are in a lab in Jurassic Park.

Cleveland Tourist Attractions

For science freaks, do not miss a trip to the Great Lakes Science Centre where you can experience an OMNIMAX 360-degree movie theatre. Those travelling with children will also find many venues to keep their little ones excited. The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo boasts not only different species of animals but also a virtual rainstorm. Cedar Point, one of the best amusement parks in the world, is packed with all kinds of heart-stopping rides and roller coasters.

If you have time, take a drive outside Cleveland to visit the magnificent one of the hippest and smallest towns in the country, located to the southeast of the city. Nature fans should pack a picnic basket and make a beeline to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park while the historic village of Peninsula features quaint little shops and eateries.


As the 'Rock and Roll Capital of the World', Cleveland holds a host of entertainment at great venues rivalling those in big cities like Las Vegas. If you are after a more subdued, relaxing evening, enjoy a cruise on the Nautica Queen, an exquisite ship that serves lunch, brunch and dinner.