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     "Cleveland, OH"
     Cleveland, Ohio
     Cleveland is rich in color and in history. In 1827 the port on Lake Erie was developed at the time of the Ohio and Erie Canal development. Cleveland is the largest city in Ohio and boats of numerous attractions and annual events, and diverse neighborhoods that reflect the city's ancestral heritage and contemporary ethnicity. Each neighborhood prides itself on its unique character and old-world charm. In addition, the city is home to several major sports teams and three universities.

     Allen Memorial Art Museum
     87 N. Main Street
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (440) 775-8665
     An outstanding college art museum presents a new art CD-ROM on its world-class collection.

     Art at the Powerhouse
     2000 Sycamore Street
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 696-1942
     Art at the Powerhouse is an art gallery and store, in Cleveland, Ohio, on the west bank of the Cleveland Flats, featuring Russian Lacquer art, Native American art, jwelery and paintings.

     Art Attack & Design
     1830 W. 25th Street
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 622-0355
     The art gallery offers a variety of works from local to national artists.

     Blossom Music Center
     1145 W. Steels Corner
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (330) 920-8040
     The music center offers special attractions and Universal concerts.

     Cabaret Dada
     1210 W. 6th Street
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 696-4242
     Cabaret Dada Improvisational Theater is the Home of Something Dada Improv. Comedy Co. Dada Provides hilarious interactive entertainment creating sketches and games based on audience suggestions. Cabaret Dada is located in Cleveland's Warehoues District. In addition to their weekend performances Dada is available for private parties, corporate celebrations and educational classes and workshops.

     Cedar Point Amusement Park
     One Causeway Drive
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (419) 627-2350
     Rated "the best amusement park in the world," Cedar Point offers up to 14 roller coasters, being the most in the world too.

     Children's Museum of Cleveland
     10730 Euclid Ave., University Circle
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 791-5437
     The museum offers the children an educational environment for learning and fun through playing.

     Cleveland Botanical Garden
     11030 East Blvd.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 721-1600
     The botanical garden grounds have 7.5 acres of landscaped grounds, including five distinct gardens.

     Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art
     8501 Carnegie Avenue
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 421-8671
     The Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art features new exhibitions every season and is North East Ohio's largest museum of contemporary art.

     Cleveland Film Society
     11141 East Boulevard
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 421-7450
     The film society is dedicated to promoting film.

     Cleveland Metroparks
     4101 Fulton Parkway
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 351-6300 or (216) 351-0808
     The metropark contains more than 19,000 acres, 12 reservations, and the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo has more than 100 miles of connecting parkways.

     Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
     3900 Wildlife Way
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 661-6500
     The zoo has over 3,100 animals, living on 165 acres of wooded land and 2 acres of tropics.

     Cleveland Museum of Art
     11150 East Blvd.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 421-7340
     The museum contains a collection of over 30,000 works of art which represent the art of many cultures and periods.

     Cleveland Museum of Natural History
     1 Wade Oval Drive
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 231-4600
     The museum offers a display of gemstones, bones, mounted birds and mammals, and Upper Devonian fossil fish.

     Cleveland Opera
     1422 Euclid Ave.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 575-0903
     Cleveland Opera offers innovative programming and outstanding performances.

     Cleveland Orchestra
     11001 Euclid Ave.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 231-7300
     One of the nation's best orchestras.

     Cleveland Public Theatre
     6415 Detroit Avenue
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 631-2727
     Cleveland Public Theatre is Clevelands premier Alternative Theater. CPTs programming seeks to engage many communities (audience and artists) that have been otherwise excluded from performance venues.

     Cleveland Shakespeare Festival
     1731 Coventry Road
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 732-3311
     The area presents free preformances for the public in an outdoor, summer shakesperean theatre.

     Cleveland State University
     2000 Prospect Avenue
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 687-5460
     Cleveland State University is a comprehensive urban university committed to providing an education of high quality to students primarily from the metropolitan area, with diverse backgrounds, experiences, interests and educational needs.

     Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum
     10825 East Blvd.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 721-5722
     The museum has antique, vintage, and classical vehicles that hightlight the development of the automobile.

     Cultural Garden Federation of Cleveland
     750 East 88th Street
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (440) 892-6588
     Within Rockefeller Park is a series of 23 historic gardens celebrating cultural diversity and world peace.

     Dance Cleveland
     1148 Euclid Ave.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 861-2213
     The Playhouse Square Center presents world great dance companies.

     Dancing Wheels
     3615 Euclid Ave.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (215) 432-0306
     Based in Cleveland, Ohio, Dancing Wheels is a professional, integrated, modern dance company comprised of dancers with (using a wheelchair for movement) and without disabilities. The company, which was established in 1980 by Founding Director and Principal Dancer, Mary Verdi-Fletcher, is recognized as a pioneer in the art of integrated (mixed abilities )dance. Dancing Wheels is under the umbrella of Professional Flair, a not-for -profit organization dedicated to making the arts accessible for all people of all abilities. Dancing Wheels and Professional Flair conduct dance classes and present programs throughout Cleveland as part of their annual Arts Access program as well as tour throughout North America. Proudly represented by G.G. Greg Entertainment Agency.

     Dead Horse Gallery
     14900 Detroit Ave.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 228-7214
     The art gallery offersoriginal crafts and fine art from national and regional artists.

     Dittrick Museum of Medical History
     11000 Euclid Ave.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 368-3648
     The museum deals with the history of medical technology.

     Gallery Nine
     700 Euclid Avenue
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 241-4560
     The facility offers a custom frame studio and a gallery offering full member service.

     Garfield Monument
     Lakeview Cemetery
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 421-2665
     This monument and tomb is dedicated to the President James A. Garfield.

     Great Lakes Science Center
     601 Erieside Ave.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 694-2000
     The center includes hands-on exhibits, programming for a better understanding of the sciences, and a six-story domed OMNIMAX theater.

     Gund Arena
     100 Gateway Plaza
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 420-2000
     The arena offers concerts, family shows, sporting events, and more.

     Health Museum, The
     8911 Euclid Ave.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 231-5010
     The museum shows the workings of the human body and has over 200 permanent exhibits.

     Hey City Theater
     2067 East 14th Street
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (330) 453-6086
     Hey City Theater presents the interactive comedy Tony n' Tina's Wedding in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Cleveland, Ohio; and Portland, Oregon. Also find a guide to Minneapolis' Hennepin Theatre District, including the latest theater news.

     International Women's Air & Space Museum, Inc.
     1501 N. marginal Road
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 623-1111
     The museum shows highlights of women's achievements in space and aviation.

     Jerry Bruno Productions
     29601 Lorain Avenue
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 771-1664
     Jerry Bruno Productions featuring The Jerry Bruno Orchestra represents area bands, classical and jazz ensembles and soloists to provide professional live music entertainment for weddings, corporate and social events and personal parties in Ohio and neighboring states.

     Kent State University Museum
     P.O. Box 5190
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (330) 672-3450
     The museum holds a collection of unique fashions from international renowned designers.

     Lake Metroparks
     8800 Chardon Rd.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (800) 254-7275 or (440) 256-2138
     Lake Metroparks offers convenient fun and recreation which is affordable.

     Lyric Opera Cleveland
     11021 East Boulevard
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 231-2910
     The musical theatre offers innovative opera and music in English.

     between Lake and Wolf Rds., suburban Bay Village
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 871-2900
     The nature center has a bathhouse, picnic areas, swimming, fishing, and hiking trails. There is also a Lake Erie Nature and Science Center.

     NASA John H. Glenn Research Center
     21000 Brookpark Road
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 433-4000
     NASA's leading center for research for aircraft and space development.

     National Inventors Hall of Fame
     221 S. Broadway
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (330) 849-6969 or (800) 968-IDEA
     The center presents an innovative and interactive experience.

     National Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes
     21281 Chardon Rd.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 481-8232
     The shrine is a grotto in the hillside resembling the oringinal one in France.

     Playhouse Square Center
     1501 Euclid Ave.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 241-5490
     A classical theather company offering acclaimed adult and student programs.

     Pro Football Hall of Fame
     2121 George Halas Drive
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (330) 456-8207
     The facility presents a football's history faviorte sports heroes.

     Rainforest, The
     3900 Wildlife Way
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 661-6500 or 661-7511
     The rainforest has 600 species of animals, and 10,000 varieties of plants, trees and shrubs in a 2-story glass atrium.

     Riley Hawk Gallery
     2026 Murray Hill Road
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 421-1445
     Represent masterwork, contemporary glass and mixed media sculpture. Located in Columbus, Cleveland and Seattle (Kirkland).

     Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
     1 Key Plaza
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 781-ROCK or (800) 349-ROCK
     The complex and museum is dedicated to the living heritage of rock and roll.

     Shaker Historical Society
     16740 South Park Blvd.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 921-1201
     The society is housed in a 1910 "garden city" mansion with North Union Shaker furniture.

     Six Flags World of Adventure
     1060 N. Aurora Road
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (800) THE-WAVE or (330) 562-8303
     The amusement park offer more than 100 rides and entertainment from water slides to roller coasters.

     Something Different
     1899 WEST 25TH STREET
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 696-5226
     The gallery features international and Cleveland art.

     Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens
     714 North Portage Path
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (330) 836-5533
     Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens is a National Historic Landmark. The former home of industrialist F.A. Seiberling, co-founder of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. and his family, this 65-room Tudor Revival mansion sits on 70 acres of landscaped gardens and grounds.

     Steamship William G. Mather Museum
     1001 E. Ninth St. Pier
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 574-6262
     The museum is contained in a floating maritime, a 1925 Great Lakes freighter. Visitors can come and explore the historic, 618-foot ship.

     The Bonfoey Company
     1710 Euclid Avenue
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 621-0178
     The gallery contains a large collection of traditional and contemporary fine art.

     The Cleveland Institute of Music
     11021 East Blvd.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 791-5000
     The institute presents muscial education to students and varieties of concerts.

     The Holden Arboretum
     9500 Sperry Road
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (440) 946-4400
     The arboretum is the largest in the U.S., and is composed of 3,100 acres of gardens and horticultural collections.

     The National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame
     291 E. 222nd St.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 261-FAME or (216) 261-3263
     The National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame is a broadly-based organization founded to promote and preserve Cleveland-Style polkas and the rich Slovenian cultural heritage from which they evolved.

     USS COD
     1089 N. Marginal Dr.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 566-8770
     The World War II fleet submarine is unaltered since wartime and the vessel must be boarded by the crew hatchways. Sometimes the tour guides will be navy submarine veterans.

     Western Reserve Historical Society
     10825 East Blvd.
     Cleveland, Ohio
     (216) 721-5722
     The society is housed in two early 20th-century mansions that were built in the Italian Renaissance style.

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