Cleveland, Ohio, packs a punch with its buzzing nightlife, world-class restaurants, historic buildings, and exciting attractions. Resting on the shores of Lake Erie, the city also offers scenic views and serene locales. From the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to its public parks, you’ll want to see the local icons of art and culture.
Since the term “Rock and Roll” was coined in Cleveland in the 1950s, the genre has played an important role in the city’s identity. Celebrate the genre and the country’s best rock artists with a visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. The striking, angular building holds permanent and rotating exhibits celebrating the origins of rock and roll, as well as its influence on social, political, and cultural history. Artifacts and exhibits showcase artists like Janis Joplin, Mick Jagger, and Aretha Franklin. If you’re at all into music, you’ll want to check this out.