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Things to Do in Cleveland


Cleveland has plenty of things to do -- 365 days a year. From festivals to art shows to museums to sporting events, there's something to interest everyone.
  1. Fall Fun
  2. Looking to Spring
  3. Summer Outdoor Concerts
  4. Summer Festivals
  5. Family Fun
  6. Shopping
  1. Restaurants
  2. Nightlife
  3. Halloween Activities
  4. Planning for Winter
  5. Christmas and Holiday Activities

Fall Fun

Fall for the Circle, University Circle, Cleveland Ohio

Learn more about what"s going on in Cleveland during September, October, and November.

Looking to Spring

Spring officially starts on March 21. Get read for the season by learning about all of the fun spring events happening in and around Cleveland.

Summer Outdoor Concerts

Blossom Music Center

Cleveland has a variety of scenic and festive outdoor concert venues. Learn who's playing this summer at Blossom Music Center, in downtown Cleveland, and at Cain Park on Cleveland's east side, among others.

Summer Festivals

Crowds at the 2007 Great American Rib Cook-Off in Cleveland Ohio

From mid-May until mid-September, Cleveland and the surrounding area come alive with dozens of festivals, many of which celebrate Northeast Ohio's rich ethnic heritage. Below are your Guide's picks for the top festivals in the area. Make sure that your summer plans include a few of these favorites.

Family Fun

From amusement parks to playgrounds to family-friendly events, Northeast Ohio has lots of things to do that are fun for the whole family. Learn more about them here.


Arcade, Cleveland Ohio

Shopping in Northeast Ohio ranges from large shopping malls to interesting antique districts. Plus, don't forget the ethnic food stores, farmer's markets, and thrift stores. Read more about our region's unique shopping opportunities.


Patio at John Q's Steakhouse - Cleveland Ohio

From fine dining to sidewalk cafes to intriquing ethnic eateries, Cleveland has it all. In fact, eating in Cleveland is one of the best ways to sample the city's diverse mixture of cultures. Learn more about where to eat in Cleveland.


Pickwick and Frolic

What to do after dark in and around Cleveland? There's plenty to do--from comedy clubs to neighborhood bars to concerts, you'll find something for every taste.

Halloween Activities

Boo at the Zoo, Cleveland Ohio

From "Boo at the Zoo" to the scariest haunted houses, Northeast Ohio loves Halloween. Find out all the many eerie (Erie?) events happening this time of year.

Planning for Winter

Think there's nothing to do in Cleveland during the winter. Think again. Northeast Ohio offers a wealth of shows, festivals, and winter sports.

Christmas and Holiday Activities

Cleveland is beautiful and filled with tradition from late November until January 1. There are plays, concerts, festive lights, and lots of holiday cheer.

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