We might be biased, but Cleveland has some of the greatest hot spots no matter your favorite pastime. Whether you want to take in a live theater performance, rock out with your favorite musician, or stick strictly to sports, it’s all here in The Land.
Want to set up your game plan of attractions? Head over to our Attractions page.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
The only way you earn the Women’s Final Four logo in the shape of the guitar pick is to be the rock ‘n’ roll capital of the world. And we’re proud to call this iconic museum ours. Just a short walk from the center of Downtown, you won’t want to miss the most impressive collection of music memorabilia ever assembled.
Great Lakes Science Center
Northeast Ohio is home of the NASA Glenn Visitor Center, so you know we love to nerd out about science! Our favorite destination to do just that is located right on the shore of Lake Erie and allows you to invent, design, tinker and create in the name of science.
Greater Cleveland Aquarium
Cleveland is strategically positioned on Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River. As water lovers, you better believe we have freshwater and saltwater aquatic life galore. Where else can you see sharks being fed in a converted 19th-century power plant?
Cleveland Museum of Art
We don’t mean to brag, but we have one of the best comprehensive art museums in the nation. And the best part? It’s free, so you can save your cash for courtside nachos.
The day after the 2024 NCAA Women’s Final Four champion is crowned, Cleveland’s bright afternoon sky will fade to black during a total solar eclipse. On April 8 at approximately 3 p.m., the moon will completely block out the sun for nearly four minutes in The Land of Going All Out! With unobstructed views along the shore of Lake Erie or in the acres of greenspace throughout the area, there’s nowhere better to experience the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse. Plan now to spend an extra day in The Land. For more on the big event, visit thisiscleveland.com/2024-solar-eclipse.
Interested in taking in a Broadway show after the game? Our world-renowned theater district is the second-largest in the nation, complete with the world’s largest outdoor chandelier. When we say light the marquee, we mean it.
Want more options for things to do in The Land? Check out our Food and Drink page.