What to do in Cleveland – with or without your kids


This town has a lot to offer. It’s not just the museums, the bars, playgrounds, and its people. It’s so much more. Some may say – a way of life. It may be overwhelming so here is a list of quite a few things you can do alone, with a friend, or with your family. Whichever suits you best.

Rockefeller Park Greenhouse

Near University Circle there is an amazing collection of various native and exotic plants. This fascinating and peaceful place has the most interesting and beautiful details of nature.

The Children’s Museum

It is located at University Circle, and it is a great opportunity for the children to learn not just by standing by, but also through interaction and experience in the environments that are created for them to get the deeper understanding of science. There are various exhibits where kids can take part trough fun in learning and exploring the world of science.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Hiking trails are 125 miles long and are for every skill level. The park is 33 thousand acres big and has a ranger program for juniors where they are teaching all about animals, trees, and plants.

The Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum

Here you will find dozens of perfect racing cars, airplanes, trucks, and antique cars – everything car lovers dream about.

Edgewater State Park

Imagine, nine hundred foot of swimming beaches, hiking and biking trails, picnic facilities, playgrounds, and the best view in town – Cleveland skyline.


Police Museum

This historical place in downtown has a display of artifacts related to the police and crime history. It is not the best place for the children who are very young, but it will be very interesting for older ones and adults.

Drive-in Movie Theater

This one of the firsts of its kind theaters in this country is just outside the town, and if you never been to a drive-in theater, you need to experience that. If you were, then – you know, and you will want to experience that magnificent atmosphere again.