While attending NRF Supply Chain 360, make it a point to spend some time touring the city of Cleveland. Whether you’re looking for a solo outing, a night out with the team or you’ve brought the family for an extended stay, C-Town has something for everyone.
From outdoor recreations and sporting events to exciting nightlife and delicious dining spots, here’s your guide for what to do during your stay in Cleveland.
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Fun for the whole family
Cleveland has a lot to offer visitors no matter your age. Why not tack a day or two onto your trip and bring the family for some together time? Catch a game at Progressive Field and watch the Guardians run the bases. Spend the day outside at Cleveland Metroparks where you can visit the zoo, go on a scenic hike or take in a sunset on the shore of Lake Erie. Looking for more adventure? Plan a trip to nearby Cedar Point Amusement Park for thrilling rides, games and shows.
Night out on the town
After a day filled with sightseeing, it’s time for a night out in the city. Try your hand at poker, blackjack, roulette or the slot machines at JACK Cleveland Casino, located in the historic Higbee Building. Looking for a little culture? Playhouse Square, home to 10 performance spaces, hosts plays, concerts and performances throughout the year and is located near downtown. For fans of craft beers, Cleveland is a heavy hitter in the brewery game. Book a guided brewery tour or head out with a group to explore the city’s hoppy offerings.
Sights to see
Cleveland boasts a list of impressive museums and tours. While you’ll visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame during our closing party, you can also take a deeper dive into the music with a guided tour. For art enthusiasts, Cleveland is home to museums and galleries, such as the Cleveland Museum of Art and Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art, where you can see master works as well as the latest pieces from today’s emerging artists. For sports fans, the Pro Football Hall of Fame is a short distance down the road in Canton.
Become a foodie
No matter your dining preference, Cleveland offers a wide array of restaurants. For more formal dining, reserve a table at Marble Room Steaks and Raw Bar, featuring an unforgettable interior and menu. Looking to please a crowd? Take a culinary tour of Cleveland at the famous West Side Market, home to over 100 diverse vendors. Cleveland is the home of some of the world’s best known chefs and their restaurants, including Michael Symon’s Lola Bistro and Dante Boccuzzi’s Dante.