Sometimes sightseeing is more fun and more interesting with someone to tell you what you are seeing. Cleveland offers several sightseeing tours.
Nautica Queen Cruises
Offshore in Lake Erie offers a stunning view of downtown Cleveland and there is no better way to enjoy that view than from the Nautica Queen. Nautica Queen is a charming and romantic ship which hosts luncheon and dinner and Sunday brunch also. It is sleek ship which accommodates up to 400 passengers. The Nautica Queen departs on a luncheon cruise Monday through Saturday. The ship offers unlimited buffet, coffee or tea, musical entertainment and full bar. The ship features a weekly Sunday brunch. The stunning downtown view is included at no additional charge.
The Goodtime III is Cleveland’s largest sightseeing ship. The ship operated a regular schedule of Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie sightseeing cruises from June till the end of September. The two hour cruises are narrated by local broadcaster and travel along the downtown Lake Erie as well as the Oxbow and Flats areas of the Cuyahoga River before arrival to the East Ninth Street Pier. The Goodtime III has four decks, counting a spacious sun deck, an air conditioned lower deck and a semi enclosed deck. The ship can accommodate up to 1000 passengers and features three bars, two dance floors and a concession stand.
Lolly the Trolley
Lolly the Trolley offers a unique way to learn more about the city and see the Cleveland attractions. Their 38-passengers trolleys offer scheduled one and two- hour tours, which drive by the North Coast Harbor, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Great Lakes Science Center, downtown Cleveland, Ohio City, the West Side Market and Playhouse Square before driving along Lake Erie to the University Circle area, past the Cleveland Museum of Art. The tour ends at the Rockefeller Greenhouse on the way back downtown. A trolley driver tells riders all information about the sights and Cleveland’s history as trolley gets around town.
Haunted Cleveland Tours
Cleveland has a wealth of eerie and haunted sites, from Gothic houses to cemeteries to classic theaters. The city offers a variety of guided tours to share with you the stories of the sites and some of them include an overnight stay. Some of the interesting are as follows:
1. Psychic Sonya’s Haunted Cleveland Tours :
These tours include a visit to Cleveland’s haunted sites such as Franklin Castle, Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Grays Armory and also include an overnight stay.
2. Haunted Cleveland Tours:
This tour includes Ohio City, the Lake Shore, the Gold Coast, the sites of the Cleveland Torso Murders and Rock Bottom Ghost Tour.