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Visiting Cleveland & Northeast Ohio
Ohio can easily be described as a vibrant, eclectic, and welcoming state – and few cities within embody that definition as strongly as Cleveland. With its blend of impressive and historic attractions, charming neighborhoods, and pleasant locals, Cleveland, and the surrounding northeast Ohio region, should be an ideal destination for your fall or winter trip into the Buckeye State.
Weather you plan on staying in downtown Cleveland or any of the nearby suburbs like North Canton, Mentor, or Akron, you’ll no doubt want to explore as many of the premier area attractions as you can. The fall in Cleveland will provide a picturesque backdrop for your tour – don’t miss the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum, and the Christmas Story House is a must for those visiting during the holidays.
Along with must-see attractions, Cleveland will also boast an impressive slate of events, festivals, and concerts this fall and winter. On November 3rd you can see a live performance by Lisa Loeb at the Music Box venue staring at 8 p.m. Just south of downtown you can find Oberlin, and on November 4th and 5th the Oberlin Opera Theater will be presenting Viva La Mamma, an opera by Donizetti & Les Mamelles de Tiresias by Poulenc.
There’ll be plenty more live performances in Cleveland. On November 26th make your way to the Beachland Ballroom & Tavern to see Reverend Horton Heat perform live starting at 8 p.m. On December 11th, the a cappella group Straight No Chaser will be wowing the crowd at the State Theatre at the Playhouse Square Center.
To the east of Cleveland, Youngstown can be found, and it should certainly be a destination during your exploration of northeast Ohio. During the fall in Youngstown, local football fans make it a point to visit Stambaugh Stadium to watch the Youngstown State University Penguins play football. This year, the YSU Penguins play some marquee matchups – Indiana State will be in town on October 29th, and on November 12th, Southern Illinois will be the competition.
Cleveland is still buzzing with excitement after their hometown Cavaliers took home the 2015-16 NBA Championship over the summer. This fall or winter, you can catch a Cavs game at the Quicken Loans Arena in downtown Cleveland. On January 2nd, the Cavs host the New Orleans Pelicans, January 19th has them facing the Phoenix Suns, and on February 1st they’ll play host to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
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