Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Cleveland is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Cleveland a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Cleveland.
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11150 East Boulevard, Cleveland, OH 44106, United States
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
One of the wealthiest museums in the Nation, Cleveland Museum of Art is famous for its collection of Asian and Egyptian art and is home to over 43000 works of art from around the World.
In line with the vision of its founders – “For the benefit of all people, forever”, General admission at the museum is free since it was made open...
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11030 East Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44106, United States
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Founded in 1930, it was originally known as Garden Centre of Greater Cleveland and was a centre where the workshops were being held for gardeners and to take up the task of adorning the City with beautiful flowers and lush green plants/ trees.
The garden was renamed in 1994 and was called “Cleveland Botanical Garden”. Botanical garden g...
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91 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44113, United States
11:00 am - 03:00 pm
This Victorian Romanesque building by design, Presbyterian Church in Cleveland is one of the oldest buildings in Public Square. Added to the national Register of Historic Places in 1973, this Church has stood quite a fire incidents but was restored soon enough each time.
This historic Church is a favorite wedding destination among the residents and...
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11400 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106, United States
11:00 am - 05:00 pm
Founded in 1968 by Marjorie Talalay, Agnes Gund, and Nina Castelli Sundell, it was given its present name “Museum of Contemporary Art” or as it is better known as MOCA, in 1984. The museum was originally known as “The New Gallery”.
The museum works to promote the works of art by local artists and the collection is ever chang...