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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

The striking I. M. Pei design is a worthy testament to the subject matter: bold, modern and controversial. Once you enter the glass-encased shrine, however, the only issue is how to sample six floors and six decades of rock memorabilia in a single visit.

Cleveland Museum of Art

Known for its excellent Asian, medieval European and pre-Columbian holdings, this museum's collection of over 40,000 works of art also includes masterpieces by Monet, Picasso and van Gough.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History

This innovative museum carries out its mission to "help people discover and explore the natural world" through a series of displays involving everything from dinosaur bones to astrological equipment plus "Lucy," one of the oldest skeletons of humanity's earliest ancestors.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and The Rainforest

Don't miss this exciting metropolitan zoo best known for having the largest collection of primates in the United States and for its Rainforest exhibit, which features an thrilling simulated tropical rain storm.

Great Lakes Science Center

The Great Lakes Science Center has hundreds of hands-on experiments and cool activities - science has never been so much fun!

USS Cod World War II Submarine

Tour the submarine responsible for the sinking of nearly 30,000 tons of Japanese ships during WWII.

Jacobs Field

Cleveland Indians ballpark seats more than 43,000 people and features three levels of suites and a large-tiered stadium club.

Playhouse Square

Located in the middle of Cleveland's Theater District is the largest performing arts complex in the United States.

NASA Glenn Visitor Center

Center focuses on research and development of aero propulsion technologies, microgravity science and communications for the aerospace industry.

Steamship William G. Mather Museum

The 618-foot-long Mather, a restored 1925 Great Lakes bulk freighter, is a floating maritime museum.

Goodtime III

The largest leisure cruise ship on the Great Lakes winds its way along the "crooked river" and the Erie shore for 2-hour cruises, providing the best skyline views of the city.

West Side Market

Built in 1912, this thriving public market offers fresh produce, meat, dairy products and a delicious variety of prepared foods.

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January 11, 2011