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Head to Cleveland & Take in the Sights
Living by its motto of “Progress & Prosperity,” you and the family will progress through the city and the memories you make will prove prosperous.
From the local sports teams, to arts and culture – Cleveland proves to be a sterling destination at any time of year.
Traveling with an NFL fan? Not a problem – head to the FirstEngery Stadium during late summer and into the fall for all the exciting hits and touchdowns of Cleveland Browns football.
The shores of Lake Erie glisten in the sunlight, and you’ll be able to fish the central basin, just minutes from downtown Cleveland.
One of the most popular attractions in Cleveland is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Set down the street from the FirstEnergy Stadium, and just next to the Great Lakes Science Center (another great family destination), the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is 150,000 square feet of displays, exhibits and collections – all honoring the very best the world of Rock and Roll has ever seen.
Make the scenic drive in from Fostoria or Wauseon and explore the campus of Cleveland State University. During the winter and into the spring, take refuge from the chilly temperatures at the Wolstein Center, home of the men’s and women’s basketball teams at the Cleveland State University.
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