The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a Must-Visit Museum and more in Cleveland

Cleveland, Ohio has several attractions that should be on your visit list this summer.
Summer In The City: Jack Fords & The Commonwealth
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Cleveland may not be the ideal summer vacation to visit, but frequent everyday travelers should not dismiss Cleveland as a place to visit for one of the summer months. However, the city has a lot to offer whoever is looking for friendly, mild climate outdoor and indoor activities to do this summer.

The most important of traveling is choosing where to stay, and ROOST Apartment Hotel is a blend of comforts providing home amenities such as a full kitchen, washer, and dryer, the well-appointed ROOST apartments are ideal for all ages. Maybe the ROOST might not be the ideal place but there is Drury Plaza Hotel Cleveland Downtown and The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland offers a program for families with children.

Choosing on where to dine out and nightlife is a essential and be stressful for travelers and why Tabletop Board Game Cafe, Ohio Pie Co. to Melt Bar and Grilled are three places to go for food, drinks, and soak in the atmosphere of Cleveland's food/drinking scene.

Finding things to do in other locations can fuel the out-of-state nomad with a lot of anxiety, but The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a solid choice to add to the itinerary. The museum provides interactive exhibits, artifacts, and memorabilia that tell the story of rock and roll for rock music enthusiasts and all ages.

For outside activity, pay a visit to the Cedar Point amusement park, located just outside of Cleveland, which offers thrilling rides and attractions for all individuals. Also, there is the option of Edgewater Park whether to relax on the beach or enjoy a picnic with stunning views of Lake Erie.

Perhaps, a night out is to visit Playhouse Square, the second-largest theater complex in the United States offers features of Broadway shows, concerts, and other live performances suitable for the theater arts type.

Watching live performances may sound like an ideal nightlife activity before going to eat at one of the three places that were mentioned earlier. Besides, the music exhibit, there is the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Art, paying a visit to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, The Great Lakes Science Center, and the Metroparks Zoo.

Paying a visit to one or two of these museums in Cleveland will surely provide intel on the state plus a strolling through Cleveland's 10-acre Botanical Garden features various plants, flowers, and a butterfly exhibit in addition to a private tour or catch a baseball game of Cleveland Guardians at Progressive Field.

Does Cleveland sound like a summer vacation hotspot for a all guys/ or girls getway, or bachelor/or bachelorette parties?