If you’re ever in Cleveland, you won’t be bored. Cleveland offers world class attractions that have been highlighted in the New York Times. When in Cleveland, you’ll have to plan out your time, so that you can take it all in. Any Cleveland itinerary should include these top destinations.

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

With 6 floors of rock and roll history in one building, this museum honors the history of the American music form. Located on the shore of Lake Erie, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is the place to go to soak in as much rock and roll vibe as you can. With its exhibits that showcase original song manuscripts, clothing, and other memorabilia. The museum offers a wide variety of thematic changing exhibits and permanent exhibits. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is more than worth the visit to honor the music that has influenced America.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History

If you want to see dinosaur skeletons or meet “Lucy”, a 3 million year old ancestor of the human race, then this is the museum to visit. With a collection of over 4 million specimens, you will spend all day gazing upon some of the finest collections known to anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, or zoology in the world. For example, it’s only at this museum that you can view the remains of Balto the Sled Dog, famous for his sled run that saved lives by bringing in diphtheria serum that stopped a deadly outbreak. Many of the displays are interactive to make the learning fun and interesting.

USS Cod Submarine Memorial

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