This beautiful town of Cleveland has a lot to offer. It has great schools and other educational programs, a lot of families come here to build there lives. But no matter how long are you planning to stay, there are a few spectacular places where you can have fun, meet people, and just experience Cleveland form another perspective.
This public market is the oldest one in town, and it has more than a hundred vendors, artisans, and producers. All the fresh food you will ever imagine can be found right here, so if you are a cook or just fancy a good bite, this place needs to be on your list to visit. The market is built in 1912 and is the last one of its kind.
There are twenty-nine gardens that are designed in the way so they can reveal all the stories of conflict that shaped the twentieth century. The other name these gardens have are “peace garden.”They are created by scholars and students from Cleveland State University. Here, amongst others, you can find Czech, Slovenian, Polish, and Armenian gardens.
This area that is amazingly rich in culture is established by Carrabelle Joseph, a sculptor of Italian descent from the 1880 – he sculpted marble and granite work in this area because it was populated by Italian. That is why now here we have a place called Little Italy that is still celebrating this heritage. Here you can find a vast number of delis, cafes, and restaurants, and this place becomes glorious during festivals.
Spread over 70 thousand square feet, this establishment is featuring a various number of exhibitions. Their goals are to inspire, educate and encourage people to explore and take an interest.
This Zoo was founded more than 125 years ago, and it is a big home – over 183 acres big. Visitors can explore this magnificent place by riding the zoo trams or on foot, and here they are in a position to explore one of the largest collection of cats and aquatics in North America.