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Best things to do in University Circle, Cleveland

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Art Museum
“Rain of shine spend the day in this world class museum. Modern and historic gems displayed with regular feature exhibits. A great place to meet for lunch too. The atrium is a stunning space to relax and reflect on it all!”
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History Museum
“A wonderful space for children to explore and learn all about the environment.”
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“Great place to go with a group to see what Cleveland’s art culture has to offer. ”
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“Free since its opening, beautiful and recently updated. My favorite spot in Cleveland, 2nd ranked Museum in the US and still underrated. ”
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“Great shopfront patios for people watching. Try to find parking on an adjacent residential street.”
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New American Restaurant
“Nighttown is the real deal. It’s a real joint where, if you were lucky enough to be there, you could have sat in front of the Count Basie Orchestra so close that the trombone would’ve bopped you in the nose. Or maybe you saw Freddy Cole, Jane Monheit, John Pizzarelli, Brian Auger, Ann Hampton Callaway, Tommy Tune, Basia, Cyrille Aimee, Esperanza Spaulding, Dick Cavett, Dick Gregory, Eliane Elias, Renee Rosnes, Stevie Wonder or John Legend look you right in the eye as they sang or spoke from just a few feet away. ”
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Concert Hall
“The Cleveland Orchestra is world-class. You will blown away if you go to hear them play. They tour other continents on a regular basis. Cleveland has some of the finest musicians in the entire world. (No, I am entirely serious!) If you can't catch a concert, still take the time to view this amazing building, inside and out. That trip, in itself, is worth your time. ”
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“Cleveland's cultural institutional hub: home to Cleveland Symphony Orchestra's Severance Hall, Cleveland Museum of Art, Contemporary Art Museum, Wade-Oval Botanical Gardens, etc.”
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“ Lake View Cemetery's mission is to own, operate and maintain an historic burial ground in an arboretum setting, open to all walks of life. Lake View is known as Cleveland's outdoor museum and arboretum. It's 285 acres are a treasure chest of architectural, geological ,sculptural, animal and horticultural gems. The cemetery's history and heritage is filled with names of those who made great contributions to this nation's industrial, civic, social and cultural development. Some of our notable residents include John D. Rockefeller, Jane Edna Hunter, Carl B. Stokes, Elliot Ness, J.B Robinson, Al Lerner and President James A. Garfield. As a tourist destination, The Lake View Cemetery offers a variety of walking, bus, and self-guided tours. Among the tour topics are geology, architecture, horticulture, nature, animals, and history. In addition, there are picnic sites and hiking trails. Some of the well-known points of interest include: The Garfield Monument Open April 1 - November 19, seven days a week, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Both buildings are staffed with interpretive guides during open hours. Dedicated in 1890 to honor James A. Garfield, 20th President of the United States 180' tall, 154 steps Architect — George Keller Caskets of the President and his wife, Lucretia, are displayed for viewing Listed on the National Register of Historic Places Wade Chapel Open April 1 - November 19, seven days a week, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Both buildings are staffed with interpretive guides during open hours. Built in honor of Jeptha Wade, founder of the Western Union Telegraph Company and first president of The Lake View Cemetery Association Made of granite from Barre, VT with an interior and window by Louis Comfort Tiffany studios Architect — Hubbell & Benes Listed on the National Register of Historic Places Founding date 1869”
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“Close in proximity to University Circle,* Little Itally , Art museums, shops Coffee and hospitals, Downtown 15 minutes during rush hour.”
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“L'Abatrose by Zack Bruell is a French themed restaurant. The bouillabaisse is amazing, and it comes ceremoniously in a tagine. Duck Confit and Cassoulet are rustic and indulgent enough to be shared by two. Sit outdoor or inside by the fireplace. It's in the University Circle, the cultural and intellectual area of Cleveland with the Cleveland Museum of the Arts, the Botanical Garden, several universities, and the University Hospital. The Cleveland Clinic main campus is not too far, and it has an impressive art collection open to public via a self guided tour.”
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“Under the leadership of Music Director Franz Welser-Möst, The Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall, has become one of the most sought-after performing ensembles in the world. In concerts at its winter home at Severance Hall and at each summer’s Blossom Festival, in residencies from Miami to Vienna, and on tour around the world, The Cleveland Orchestra sets standards of artistic excellence, creative programming, and community engagement.”
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“Presti's Bakery is great for treats, pizza slices, sandwiches. It's a really nice vibe there, big open windows, good people watching. It's right on the main drag so a little congested during the week, Sunday is a little easier. Parking is tight there.”
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“Grab a pitcher of Dortmunder and sit down and enjoy the live music. They have music every night!! It's also "BYOF" (bring your own food) so feel free to order pizza (our recommendation is pizza bogo in Cleveland Heights).”
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“Family-Friendly museum showcasing exhibits on regional industrial, social and sports history. Excellent!!!”
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