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Weekend Breaks to Cleveland

Planning a short break to Cleveland? Check out Travel Library's recommended Top 10 Things To Do in Cleveland. It's a perfect companion for weekend city breaks to Cleveland. Once you've been you can add your own tips and suggestions to help other visitors.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum

Located in downtown Cleveland at 1 Key Plaza, the fantastic glass and porcelain pyramid that is the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, has contributed extensively to Cleveland’s re-emergence and sloughing off of the doldrums.

With its recent addition of the Jimi Hendrix Surround Sound Theatre and Exhibit, and its multimedia collection of films and displays, the story of rock is brilliantly documented.

For more information go to www.rockhall.com/museum/visitor.asp

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Located at 3900 Wildlife Way, off 1-71, between W. 25th St. and Fulton Rd, this zoo is a good place to take the children for a few hours of entertainment. Recently the zoo added a $30-million multilevel Rainforest to its list of exhibits, which has animals and insects from all seven continents. Admission is $9 adults, $4 children.

For more information phone 2-11216/661-6500 or go to www.clemetzoo.com

Slavic Village Harvest Festival

Celebrated since 1978, this festival is held from the 4th Saturday in August yearly, and is a tribute the city’s Slavic heritage in southeast Cleveland’s historic "Warszawa" neighbourhood. Polka dancing, music, rides on Lolly the Trolley, and delicious traditional Slavic foods, are the order of the day.

For more information contact Slavic Village Development, 5620 Broadway, Cleveland OH, 44127, or phone (+) 1 216 429 1182, fax (+) 1 216 429 2632, or visit www.polorg.com/Org

Cedar Point Amusement Park

Located at 1 Cedar Point Dr. (U.S. 250), Sandusky. This amusement park is frequently named the best in the world, and with 68 rides and 15 roller coasters, it is a strong possibility. When in Cleveland take a ride on the Wicked Twister, the first double-twisting impulse coaster with 450-degree corkscrews, and all the other amazing instruments of fun-filled self-inflicted torture.

For more information phone 419/627-2350 or go to www.cedarpoint.com

Six Flags Worlds of Adventure

Located at 1060 N. Aurora Rd, Aurora, phone 30/562-8303, previously the Geauga Lake Amusement Park, Six Flags recently implemented an $80-million expansion and acquired the neighbouring Sea World Cleveland, which makes the park unique. There are some truly amazing experiences to be had at the park, with the Superman Ultimate Escape, which is a vertical spiral impulse coaster, with two free-fall vertical drops, and X-Flight, the flying roller coaster, with loops spins and spirals down a 115 ft hill at 50 miles an hour.

For more information, visit www.sixflags.com

Cleveland Botanical Garden

located in University Circle, 11030 East Boulevard, visitors can explore 10-acres of award-winning gardens at their leisure. Then spend time in the Glasshouse, with its two distinct ecosystems and wonderful display of plants. The glasshouse has a waterfall that flows in the misty cloud forest of Costa Rica, and butterflies flit amongst the exotic blooming orchids. Admission is Adult $7, Children (3-12) $3, Children under 3 Free, Groups (15 or more) $5.50.

Contact Cleveland Botanical Garden in University Circle, 11030 East Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio 44106. Tel 216.721.1600 or 888.853.7091, Fax 216.721.2056, Email info@cbgarden.org or visit www.cbgarden.org

Gravity Games

Held from the 2nd Wed of every September, this action sports, music, and lifestyle happening includes such exciting events as Freestyle BMX, Freestyle Motorcross, Street Luge, Skateboarding and Wakeboarding. At night there is music, interactive games, and a general feel good, party atmosphere.

For more information visit website www.cleveland.com/gravitygames/

Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Located at 1 Wade Oval Dr, University Circle, this fine museum recently opened the $6.9-million, sphere-shaped Shafran Planetarium, adding a new dimension to the already excellent amenities. Admission $6.50 adults, $4.50 seniors, college students, and children 7-18, $3.50 children 3-6. Planetarium admission $3.

For more information, and to ensure fees have not changed, phone 800/317-9155, 216/231-4600 or go www.cmnh.org

Slavic Village Harvest Festival

Celebrated since 1978, this festival is held from the 4th Saturday in August yearly, and is a tribute the city’s Slavic heritage in southeast Cleveland’s historic "Warszawa" neighbourhood. Polka dancing, music, rides on Lolly the Trolley, and delicious traditional Slavic foods, are the order of the day.

For more information contact Slavic Village Development, 5620 Broadway, Cleveland OH, 44127, or phone (+) 1 216 429 1182, fax (+) 1 216 429 2632, or visit www.polorg.com/Org

The Nautica Queen

This very popular dining cruise leaves form the Nautica Entertainment Complex on the west bank of the Flats, and offers brunch, lunch and dinner, whilst taking in sights along the river and lake

For more information phone 800/837-0604 or 216/696-8888

go to www.nauticaqueen.com

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Tremont - Cultural Attraction

What really makes Cleveland great isn't the Rock Hall or any that stuff. We have a great culture that is a untapped resource. Places like Tremont, Lakewood, Coventry are where it's at. Just show up and you'll figure it out.

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