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Art lovers will want to head to the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, 8501 Carnegie Ave, 216-421-8671, where they will be treated to rotating exhibitions. Another good stop on your art tour is the Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd., 216-421-7340. They showcase a world famous collection of art that features all periods and cultures.
If history is more your hobby then you'll be glad to know about the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Western Reserve Historical Society, and the Great Lakes Historical Society Museum. At the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1 Wade Oval Dr, 216-231-4600, you'll be taken back through time as you explore their natural history exhibits.
A visit to the Great Lakes Historical Society Museum--Steamship William G. Mather, 1001 E 9th St. Pier, will give you a chance to tour a former iron ore hauler and learn about local history at the same time. The Western Reserve Historical Society, 10825 East Boulevard, University Circle, 216-721-5722, has model T's in their Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, log cabins, and all kinds of neat stuff to entertain and educate you within their History Museum.
Other interesting Cleveland Museums include the African American Museum, 1765 Crawford Road, 216-791-1700; the Cleveland Children's Museum, 10703 Euclid Ave, 216-791-7114; the Kent State University Museum, 330-672-3450; and the NASA Lewis Research Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, 216-433-4000. Another fun stop on your museum tour is HealthSpace Cleveland, 8911 Euclid Ave, 216-231-5010. Here you'll find 81,000 square feet of interactive exhibits like the Road to Good Health, Head First, and the Junior Medical Camp.
If the sound of rock and roll still makes you want to get up and dance then you need to head to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1 Key Plaza, 216-781-7625. This first ever rock and roll museum has interactive exhibits, performance spaces, and displays from the museum's large collection of rock's treasures. What kinds of things can you expect to see. How about John Lennon's uniform from "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," and Jim Morrison's first poem. Science lovers will want to head next door to the Great Lakes Science Center, 601 Erie Side Ave, 216-694-2000. Here you'll find a wide range of hands-on exhibits and an Omnimax Theater.
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