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In 1796, a United States lawyer turned general named Moses Cleaveland founded the aptly named city of Cleveland, Ohio. A couple of centuries later, Cleveland has become one of America's most popular tourist destinations for many different reasons. If you're a sports fan, you'll probably be stoked to visit the home of the world-famous Cleveland Browns. If you're a music lover, you'll definitely have to visit Cleveland so you can stop by the Rock and Roll Hall of fame. Cleveland is also the cornerstone of the Metroparks Nature Preserve - one of the main reasons people call Cleveland "The Forest City."
Cleveland is the 2nd largest city in the entire state of Ohio. There is a lot to see, and even more to do in the Forest City - so you won't want to be bogged down by your baggage when you visit. Check your belongings in with Bounce, then get out there and explore.
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Whether you're the outdoorsy type, or you like keeping things low-key and indoors, Cleveland has all sorts of attractions for all kinds of visitors. Be sure to consider these Bounce-recommended suggestions.
Cleveland is a city that embraces both its storied past and its promising future - a claim reflected by the Forest City's museums and art exhibits. Here are three of our personal favorites.
● Cleveland History Center: When it comes to American streets, the longer their names - the more culturally significant they are. On 10825 East Blvd Western Reserve Historical Society, you'll find the legendary Cleveland History Center. This place has it all; ancient automobiles, curated carousels - the list goes on and on. Store your gear with Bounce before you travel to this massive, state-of-the-art museum.
● A Christmas Story House: Head over to 3159 W 11th St, and you'll be hit with a blast from the past - Ralphie's house from the classic film, "A Christmas Story." This set turned tourist attraction is open all throughout the year. After you check your bags in with Bounce, you should definitely check out this amazing piece of film history.
● Rock & Roll Hall of Fame: Another long-winded street address is coming your way. On 1100 Rock and Roll Blvd Main Terminal, you'll find THE Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. This place is like Mecca for musicians. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame typically gets packed fast. Book bag storage with Bounce so you can travel light and beat the crowds.
From quirky novelty shops to massive malls, Cleveland has no shortage of shopping centers that you have to visit - especially the following three.
● West Side Market: Cleveland's premier vintage supermarket is located on West 25th and Lorain. The West Side Market is sort of like a grocery store and a museum all in one. Leave your luggage with Bounce, then visit a store that's been serving its community since 1912.
● b.a. Sweetie Candy Company: Make your way to 6770 Brookpark Rd, and you'll find one of the largest candy stores in the United States. From delectable chocolates to specialty sodas, this place has everything you need to feed your sweet tooth. Bounce your bags away, then go on a sugar rush of epic proportions.
● Old Arcade: How many other cities in the world have a still-functioning 19th-century marketplace? Old Arcade is just another amazing venue that shows Cleveland's love for the old as well as the new. Let Bounce store your luggage while you experience a bit of U.S. history first hand.
The U.S.' Midwestern states all have a reputation for making amazing food. Cleveland, Ohio, is certainly no exception - especially when you consider the following three eateries.
● Blue Point Grille: The Blue Point Grille can be found at 700 W Saint Clair Ave. This restaurant specializes in crafting exquisite seafood dishes - namely, their critically acclaimed Halibut. Store your things with Bounce, then see what's on the Grille.
● Lola Bistro & Wine Bar: 2058 E 4th St is home to the Lola Bistro & Wine Bar - a popular restaurant that's earned the praise of Wine Enthusiast magazine. Leave your bag with Bounce, then stop by Lola's for dinner and a drink.
● Slyman's Deli: Whether you're in the mood for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Slyman's Deli has you covered. Stop by 3106 Saint Clair Ave NE, and grab one of Slyman's delicious sandwiches.
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Where is the best places to stay and eat while in Cleveland?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Cafe Sausolito, Urban Farmer, and Blue Pointe. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Cleveland are Holiday Inn Express, Hilton Cleveland Downtown, and Hyatt Regency Cleveland at The Arcade. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in Cleveland are Cleveland Hostel.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Cleveland?
Cleveland offers several scenic parks including Willard Park, The Mall, and Wade Park.
What public transportation exists within Cleveland?
When flying to Cleveland, you're likely to pass through Burke Lakefront Airport. You're likely to pass through Greyhound Lines, Maud Bus Station, or Cedar Rapid Station if arriving by bus and Cleveland Lakefront station, Tri-C–Campus District, or Amtrak Station-- if arriving by train. Popular metro stations like W 25th - Ohio City, W 117th - Madison, or E. 79th can be used for transit within Cleveland
Where can I store my luggage in Cleveland?
We've partnered with local Cleveland businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.
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