Destination Cleveland

Destination Cleveland

Cleveland is The Land that’s down for living it up. This is The Land of blazing trails in 50,000+ acres of parks. The Land of music legends at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and legendary performances at Playhouse Square. The Land of unmatched views—along Lake Erie and inside?art museums. The Land where the local brews flow just as easy at chef-owned eateries as they do at the pre-game tailgate. We can’t wait to meet you there! 

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Things to Do 


Rock & Roll Hall of Fame - A Special Offer from our Partners at Destination Cleveland! 

Get $10 Off Your Visit to the Legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame! 

A trip to Cleveland will not be complete without visiting the museum that celebrates the history and cultural significance of rock music and honors the contributions of those who have played an important role in the music's creation and dissemination. 

ASAE Annual Meeting attendees are invited to enjoy the museum for $10 off using discount code ASAE2024. 

This code is only active from August 9-13, 2024. During the active window, simply enter the code upon check-out from the Rock Hall’s website.

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Edgewater Park 

Run, bike, swim or enjoy a beautiful sunset at Edgewater Beach, located on Lake Erie in Cleveland, just minutes from downtown. Grab a bite to eat at the new Beach House with gorgeous lakefront and downtown skyline views. The 2,400-foot Edgewater Beach and surrounding Lakefront Reservation were recently acquired by CLE's acclaimed park system, The Cleveland Metroparks. Make no mistake, Clevelanders love lakeside living and take advantage of it any chance they get. Having a beach like Edgewater, along with all the amazing things that go with it, sure helps. 

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Cleveland Museum of Art 

The Cleveland Museum of Art consistently ranks as one of the best comprehensive art museums in the United States and one of the most-visited in the world. But what does that actually mean? 

This isn’t the kind of museum where you show up, look at a couple of Picassos, then find the nearest bar. It's home to more than 61,000 works of art spanning 6,000 years—including soothing lily pad oils by Monet, ancient hot bod Grecian statues and 100 very vivid images of Marilyn Monroe courtesy of Andy Warhol. Oh, and after more than 100 years, the museum’s founders would be pleased to know that their bedrock belief that admission should be free to the general public is still adhered to today. 

During your visit to Cleveland, the museum is open on Tuesday, Saturday, and Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Wednesday 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. 

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West Side Market 

You could carve an entire trip out of Cleveland’s rich culinary history. Or you could cram much of it into one simple stop at the historic West Side Market. The indoor, European-style market has been around for more than a century and still looks like it did when it catered to the immigrant community all those years ago. Today it’s surrounded by the city’s hottest restaurants and breweries, turning the area on and near the corner of West 25th Street and Lorain Ave. into arguably the most happening blocks in Cleveland. 

During your visit to Cleveland, the market is open on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 

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