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Crawford Auto Aviation Museum

Crawford Auto Aviation Museum

Crawford Auto Aviation Museum is located in the University Circle which is full of cultural icons like the Botanical Gardens, and Cleveland Museum of Art, and educational institutions like the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Cleveland institute of Music and Case Western Reserve. The Crawford Auto Aviation Museum was founded and opened in 1965 by industrialist Frederick C. Crawford. The Crawford Auto Aviation Museum has a heavy collection of cars which were built in Cleveland between 1898 to 1931.

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Great Lakes Science Center

Great Lakes Science Center

Cleveland Ohio is well known for great attractions for residents and tourists. There is West Side Market, Cleveland Zoo and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame which attracts the tourists. Great Lakes Science Center is a museum which is a great attraction center for the kids.

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Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum

Cleveland has been the hometown of many great singers, music artists and songwriters and this has made Cleveland, the home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. It is a unique place filled with videos, films, a collection of thousands of artifacts and archives of music and arts, from the days of legendary rock and roll singers to the present youth idols. Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame is a Mecca for rock and roll music fans all over the world.

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Playhouse Square Center

Playhouse Square Center

Cleveland’s Playhouse Square, a theatre district, is second largest theater centre in America! After Broadway, the Playhouse Square is the place, where most theatricals are produced every year. The beautiful and charming Theater District hosts a gamut of musicals, plays, children’s theater, dance and concerts.

Situated on Euclid Avenue, between the 14th and 17th East Streets, the Playhouse Square was established way back in the 1920’s. The Ohio and State were among the first theaters built in the Playhouse Square. The Hanna, Allen and Palace Theaters were built subsequently. For the next forty years, the theaters were hugely successful with movies, vaudeville shows and serious theater.

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