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Cleveland, OH Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 40
Total Sleeping Rooms 7,930
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 600
Committable Meeting Rooms* 35
Convention Center Space 1,200,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 300,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 16,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $134
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $69
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $179
*Maximum for a single hotel

Cleveland, OH Things to Do and Attractions

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

A nationally acclaimed zoo, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals that represent more than 600 species from six continents. The 183-acre zoo is recognized for having the largest collection of primate species in North

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Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Located approximately twenty miles outside of downtown Cleveland sits one of the country’s most treasured slices of natural escapism: The Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Encompassing more than 32,000 acres, the park is a haven for those seeking

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Edgewater Park

Located three miles from downtown Cleveland is one of the region’s quintessential Lake Erie beaches, Edgewater Park. A gorgeous property owned by the Cleveland Metroparks, the park offers an unexpected white-sand swimming beach, a fishing pier,

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Ohio City

Foodies and fans of craft beer call Ohio City's Market District their urban oasis. Just across the Cuyahoga River, west of downtown, the city's yellow-bricked West Side Market has been home to haggle-friendly meat, seafood, and veggie vendors for

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East Fourth Street Entertainment District

With its strings of overhead light bulbs, patio seating, and ever-present street life, pedestrian-friendly East 4th Street exudes a come-hither draw that's hard to ignore. This concentrated chunk of commerce is the result of a tenacious developer's

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The Gateway District

A driving force in the revitalization of Downtown Cleveland, the Gateway District is the 28-acre home for the city's professional baseball and basketball teams. The NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers' home court is the Quicken Loans Arena, with seating for

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The Greater Cleveland Aquarium

If the thought of coming nose-to-nose with a giant shark seems less than appealing, think again. The Greater Cleveland Aquarium will help you to experience just that, but within the safety of a 175-foot underwater walk-through SeaTube.


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The Flats

The Flats have come back to life thanks to a multi-million-dollar makeover. This waterfront neighborhood now features restaurants, bars, shops, and a boardwalk with complementary green space. (The area's famous water taxis will even take you from

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Allen Theater

With a 3,000-seat capacity, the Allen Theatre at Playhouse Square opened in 1921 as a silent movie house. As years passed, however, it became clear the need to reconfigure the space for legitimate theater. In 2011, the historic theater was redesigned

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Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist

Completed in 1852, historic St. John's Cathedral in Downtown Cleveland is a magnificent example of the French or ornamental Gothic Style with imposing towers, lofty spires, and stained glass windows. Inside, black walnut furnishings enhance the

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Cleveland Museum of Art

Located in University Circle, Cleveland's cultural center, the Cleveland Museum of Art has a world-renowned collection of over 45,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years from ancient masterpieces to contemporary and modern works of art. Known for its

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Hanna Theater

Opened in 1921 as a venue for legitimate theater, the 1,400-seat performance hall featured a Pompeian-style décor. The renovated Hanna combines historic preservation with a unique, cutting-edge approach to create a completely different kind of

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Ohio Theater

Opened in 1921, the Ohio Theater was originally designed as a legitimate theater house with an 1,800-seat capacity. The theater is known for its breathtaking frescoed ceiling, stately Corinthian columns, and three original murals by a famous Italian

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Connor Palace Theatre

True to its name, the 1922 French Renaissance vaudeville theater is palatial in style and size. With a seating capacity of 2,867, the Connor Palace Theatre hosts a variety of performances, including musicals and concerts. Of all of Playhouse Square’s

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Playhouse Square

Cleveland's acclaimed theater district is home to Shakespeare, dramas, modern dance, opera, comedy, ballet, symphony, the latest Broadway shows, and more. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Playhouse Square is a remarkable triumph of

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

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A provocative landmark shape on the city skyline, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is one of Cleveland's most visited attractions. Located on Lake Erie's beautiful North Coast Harbor, this musical Mecca features a stunning pyramid and tower

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State Theatre

Theater goers marvel at the spectacle of the beautifully renovated State Theatre, the historic 1921 flagship of Loew's Ohio Theatres groups. Originally intended for vaudeville and movies, the dazzling Italian Renaissance-style theater is home to

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University Circle

Take a leisurely stroll through picturesque University Circle, home to dozens of the world’s most notable arts and cultural, educational, and medical institutions. This walkable one-square-mile district boasts the Cleveland Museum of Art, Western

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Cedar Point Amusement Park

Located on a sandy beach on Lake Erie, Cedar Point Amusement Park is the second oldest amusement park in the United States and is often referred to as the “Roller Coaster Capital of the World”. With eighteen roller coasters, the park proudly boasts

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Great Lakes Brewing Company

In the historic Ohio City neighborhood, Great Lakes Brewing Company has become Ohio's most celebrated and award-winning micro-brewer of all-natural craft beers. Located in 19th-century buildings, the acclaimed microbrewer's Brewpub is drenched in

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House of Blues

This popular music club came to downtown Cleveland in 2004 and books some the best musical acts around, from old favorites to up-and-coming artists. Multiple stages feature rock, alternative, rap, country, gospel, folk, and jazz. You can count on

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Pickwick and Frolic Restaurant and Club

In the heart of Cleveland's Historic Gateway Neighborhood, delightful Pickwick and Frolic consists of a critically acclaimed restaurant, a delightful cabaret, a stand-up comedy club, and a specialty martini bar. Praised by food critics and patrons,

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The Goodtime III

Cleveland's largest sightseeing vessel, the Goodtime III, is the biggest quadruple-deck, 1,000-passenger luxury ship on the Great Lakes. From quick lunch cruises and happy-hour cruises to five-hour Dinner/Dance Cruises, it's easy to select the

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Trolley Tours of Cleveland

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Hop aboard Lolly the Trolley for a fact- and fun-filled tour of Cleveland's favorite spots by City Sightseeing Tours. One-hour and two-hour narrated tours include Cleveland's North Coast Harbor featuring the world-famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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Warehouse District

Back in the mid-19th century, this neighborhood donned warehouses for hardware, marine, and garment businesses, as well as offices for the then-mighty iron, coal, railroad, and shipping industries. Nowadays, many of the Victorian-era buildings may

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Blue Pointe Grill

Voted Cleveland's "Best Seafood Restaurant" every year since it opened, the Blue Point Grill provides the freshest seafood in an elegant atmosphere of white tablecloths, stunning décor, glittering chandeliers and dark, rich woods. Situated in the

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Lola Bistro

Make reservations in advance for this sophisticated downtown eatery put on the map by Lola's chef extraordinaire and native son, Chef Michael Symon. Symon is also a co-host on the popular television show, The Chew. Food & Wine magazine voted Symon

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Cleveland Metroparks

Cleveland wears its very own “Emerald Necklace” – a 23,000-acre metropark system encircling the city. That means wherever you are in downtown Cleveland, you’re just minutes from protected greenspace, hiking paths, bikeways, brindle trails, tributary

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Cleveland Play House

Established in 1915, the Cleveland Play House was America's first professional theater company and the country's oldest regional theater. It now performs in its sparkling new three-venue complex in downtown's Playhouse Square. Every season, the

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Great Lakes Science Center

A stimulating family experience, The Great Lakes Science Center features 500 exhibits, an Omnimax Theater, and a museum store filled with great brain twisters for scientists of all ages. Located on Lake Erie, between the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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Cleveland Botanical Gardens

An Eden in the heart of University Circle, Cleveland Botanical Gardens has become a national leader in urban horticulture, therapy horticulture, and environmental education. Here, visitors can step into the Glass House, a stunning crystal-peaked

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The West Side Market

With its iconic clock tower, tile vaulted ceiling, and red quarry tile floors, it would be enough to label the West Side Market as an architecturally important and stunning building. But, ask any local, visitor, or chef and they will tell you the

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