Join us on May 2 as we celebrate the lighting of the world's largest chandelier, right here in Cleveland! Free and open to the public, Dazzle the District will feature a special lighting ceremony and celebration with live entertainment, including a performance by national sensations Hot Chelle Rae!
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Whether looking for the perfect gift for a special someone or just something to take home from your travels, Don Drumm Studios & Gallery is a cross-continent adventure in color, style, beauty, and creativity. We are assured that you will have a shopping experience like no other while in Akron.
Hingetown is an up-and-coming area of the Ohio City neighborhood featuring unique businesses, galleries and boutiques. If you are looking for a great place to enjoy coffee, organic tea, fresh-squeezed juice or buy specialty items be sure to make a stop here. The area is very easily accessible from downtown and western suburbs. W. 29th sits just off of Route 2 by Detroit Avenue.
Founded in 1968, the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, a leading force in the cultural life of Northeast Ohio, is recognized nationally and internationally for its vital and creative exhibitions and public programs. MOCA consistently hosts a variety of eclectic and unique events year-round. Be sure to stop by to see their stunning new building right in the heart of University Circle.
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens is Akron’s only National Historic Landmark and Save America’s Treasures project. It is accredited by the American Association of Museums. The estate consists of beautiful gardens, a conservatory/glasshouse, the main home of the Seiberling's and many places to meander. There are many events held at Stan Hywet throughout the year including a Father's Day car show, festivals, outdoor theater, wine tastings and more.
One of the most amazing aspects of NEO are the beautiful parks that are interspersed throughout most of our cities and suburbs. We are not only home to a national park, but also the oldest park system in all of Ohio, the Cleveland Metroparks. We will take you on a journey of how best to take advantage of year round activities, hiking trails and educational events throughout the area while visiting.
There is so much to do and see in Northeast Ohio, but if you are a lover of the arts, you may not realize that we have some of the best musuems and arts institutions in the nation. I'd like to focus on University Circle located on the east side of Cleveland. Here you will find an unending amount of museums, parks, restaurants and things to do. A true cultural mecca.
Ohio City is located just outside of downtown and features a vast array of eateries and one of Cleveland's best-known treasures, the West Side Market. If you love beer, this is the place for you! Featuring 4 breweries and several other restaurants, including Cleveland's oldest wine bar, there is something for everyone. This neighborhood is a favorite among locals, and is bussling with activity on the weekends. Parking can be a challenge, but several restaurants offer valet service and there is a paid lot as well as a large free lot located behind the West Side Market.