Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame In Cleveland

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. If you haven't been to Cleveland in the past 10 years, You're missing out on a lot.

I've lived in the Cleveland, Ohio area most of my life, and I still haven't seen and done everything that there is here in N.E.Ohio. Here I've listed some of the attractions that are the best in the area, and maybe even the world!

The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad The railroad runs through the heart of Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area. The train consists of vintage coaches built between 1939 and 1940. The coaches were originally used for passenger service on the New York Central and Santa Fe Railroads. Some of the places you'll visit on the train ride are, Peninsula, Hale Farm & Village, Quaker Square, Inventure Place, Canal Visitor Center and many other historic places around N.E.Ohio including nature trails.

The Goodtime III Cruise ship It's the largest triple-deck 1,000 passenger luxury ship on the Great Lakes. The sight seeing trips are perfect for individuals, families and large or small groups. You'll always find something new and exciting while on this cruise. The ship also goes down the Cuyahoga River to give you a historic tour of "The Flats" The Cleveland areas hottest party spot. This cruise is worth taking the time to see.

The Cleveland Metropark Zoo and Rainforest The Cleveland Metropark Zoo is the seventh oldest zoo in the United States. It consists of many different exhibits and buildings. and is open year round except Christmas and New Years day. The RainForest, opened in 1992,and encloses over two acres in a steel and glass building. The RainForest is an amazing exhibit. You can easily spend the whole day touring this building alone. Walking through it will make you feel as if you really are in an actual rainforest. When in Cleveland, this is a must see!

Other attractions Other attractions in and around the area are: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, The Health Museum of Cleveland, The Great Lakes Science Center and Omnimax theater, Geauga Lake, Sea World, Cedar Point(Sandusky Ohio), Severance Hall(Home of the world famous Cleveland Orchestra), Steamer William G. Mather Museum(Northeastern Ohio's only floating maritime museum) And the NASA Lewis research center museum. For more travel info there's a phone number to call and receive not only info, but coupons to save on all the attractions. That number is 1-800-BUCKEYE.

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