Cleveland abounds with a rich history just waiting to be discovered. Music lovers will make a beeline for the famous Rock And Roll Hall of Fame to learn more about the greats, featured in over 50 exhibits. Those who especially crave operatic selections will love the lineups at the sophisticated Severance Hall’s Cleveland Orchestra. The Cleveland History Center, two 1900s mansions combined into one, is another remarkable museum filled with the city’s earliest inventions, from elaborate costumes to classic cars and airplanes.
Besides Cleveland’s preciously preserved past are opportunities to cheer on your favorite sports teams. Grab a seat at the Quicken Loans Arena to see the Championship-winning Cleveland Cavaliers take on competitive rivals. Football fans can head over to the 73,000-seat FirstEnergy Stadium and join the sea of energetic orange and brown-clad natives rooting for the Cleveland Browns.
Groups will also love the multitude of picturesque attractions that the booming city has to offer. The Cleveland Botanical Garden is specially built so that visitors can roam the well-groomed gardens during warmer climates and check out two climate-controlled glasshouses during the winter. Observe a grand variety of land and water animals at the impressive Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Cleveland Aquarium. Exhibitions comprising an estimated 45,000 masterpieces can be found at the 100-year-old Cleveland Museum of Art.
Last but not least, groups will want to book trips in time to taste the best of Cleveland—think hot dogs, pierogi and smorgasbord—at food festivals held throughout the year.