FUN in CLE!
What is there to do in Cleveland?
This is Cleveland is the official website of Destination Cleveland, a private non-profit convention and visitors bureau. Destination Cleveland’s mission is to drive economic impact and stimulate community vitality for Cleveland through memorable leisure, convention and business travel experiences.
Destination Cleveland has a great “Show Your Badge” Program which offers special discounts to meetings and convention attendees to make your experience in Cleveland all the more enjoyable. To participate, simply show your convention badge to any of the participating partners listed and receive their exclusive offer. All offers are valid within the 2018 calendar year and are subject to certain restrictions.
Let’s face it, everyone likes to eat and drink. Make the most of your meal times with these Cleveland area restaurants: Dining in Cleveland.
Coffee Shops near the Westin
- A.J. Rocco’s Café
- Au Bon Pain
- Dunkin’ Donuts
- Equal Exchange Coffee at Heinen’s supermarket
- Joe Maxx Coffee at Renaissance Hotel
- Phoenix Coffee
- Rising Star Coffee
- Starbucks Playhouse Square
- Starbucks Global Center for Health Innovation
- Adega Modern Mediterranean
- A.J. Rocco’s Café
- Brickstone Tavern
- Cibreo Italian Kitchen
- Clevelander Bar & Grill
- The Corner Alley
- Cowell & Hubbard (a Zack Bruell restaurant)
- Guy’s Pizza
- House of Blues
- Lola Bistro (a Michael Symon restaurant)
- Neuvo Modern Mexican & Tequila Bar
- Panini’s Bar & Grill
- Parker’s Downtown at Kimpton-Schofield Hotel
- Pho Thang Café
- Pickwick & Frolic
- Ristorante Chinato (a Zack Bruell restaurant)
- Sausalito on 9th
- Urban Farmer
- Winking Lizard
- Yours Truly
- Zanzibar Soul Fusion
- Zocalo Tequileria
The Cleveland Public Library is the place to check out Cleveland books, programs, classes and more. It is just two blocks from the Westin.
Public Square is the four-block central plaza of Downtown Cleveland. It is about 3 blocks from The Westin. The newly renovated park features a singular layout along with other great features like Rebol cafe, a water fountain, an ice rink, a lush lawn with a natural amphitheater, the KeyBank walking promenade, a speakers terrace, and much more.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame was designed by internationally renowned architect I.M. Pei and is one of Cleveland’s most striking (and recognizable) pieces of architecture. The 150,000-square-foot building has a glass-enclosed, double pyramid adjacent to a 162-foot tower, both of which soar above the shores of Lake Erie. The Rock Hall’s exhibition space stretches over 55,000 square feet and seven levels, and features plenty of nooks and crannies filled with multimedia goodies to explore. Check Destination Cleveland’s Show Your Badge Program information for directions on how to save on Rock Hall admission by purchasing advance tickets online!
Eventbrite Listings for Cleveland, Ohio. See what’s happening now on the world’s largest event technology platform.
Cleveland Arts Events connects you to Cuyahoga County’s vibrant arts and culture scene. This site helps you find events for today, tomorrow, this weekend or even this calendar year. You can search by organization name, venue, city, or by more than 15 categories, including FREE events. If you see something that interests you, the event listing will direct you to the event’s ticket sales site.
Cleveland Magazine is the place to go for daring and imaginative storytelling that takes readers beyond the daily news to see new sides of the city. Get the inside scoop on what’s happening around town with great arts and entertainment coverage, restaurant reviews and news, unique spots to shop, great homes and neighborhoods to live in and more each month.
Cleveland Gateway District offers free guided walking tours of the Downtown Cleveland neighborhoods. The Take a Hike Program will begin its extended season on Saturday, October 6. It features two Saturday, weekly walking tours: Historic Euclid Avenue and University Circle. The Historic Euclid Avenue tour starts in the Gateway District and ends in Playhouse Square, combining the summer Take a Hike info from both neighborhoods. The new University Circle tour, launched this spring, is part of the extended season line up as well. Each tour lasts approximately 90 minutes and features actors and actresses portraying historic figures from Cleveland’s past. The Historic Euclid Avenue tour meets Saturdays at 10am at the Euclid entrance of the Arcade (401 Euclid Avenue). The University Circle tour meets Saturdays 10am at Wade Oval Information Center (10820 East Blvd.)
CircleTrek University Circle Walking Tours explore the past, present, and future of Cleveland’s University Circle neighborhood, home to many of the city’s most iconic cultural institutions.
City Prowl is an audio walking tour for your iPod, MP3 player, computer or other audio device. Learn about Cleveland’s culture, community, history, architecture, people or any other thing that makes it unique. By the end, you will have a sense of the neighborhood’s character and how it helps define the city.
If you want to ride your bicycle. If you want to ride your bike. If you want to ride it where you like, then here are some options for you:
- UH Bikes are racks of bikes to rent, with bike racks scattered throughout the city.
- Cleveland Cycle Tours are the only 15-person bike tours on the road in Cleveland!!
- Cleveland Bike Tours do 2-2.5 hour bike tours around various areas of the city (4.5 miles).
Cleveland Historical App is a mobile application that provides an interpretive view of the region’s history. Find interesting people, places and events in Cleveland history, and take curated historical tours of the city. Each point on the interactive GPS-enabled map includes historical information about the site along with historic images from Cleveland’s top archival institutions. Many sites also include audio clips and short documentary videos based on oral history interviews from CSU’s Cleveland Regional Oral History collection.
The Cleveland Memory Project is a searchable database presented by Cleveland State University Libraries.
The Western Reserve Historical Society preserves and presents the history of Northeast Ohio.
The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History is a joint collaboration of Case Western Reserve University and the Western Reserve Historical Society.