Things to do in Cleveland
As the second largest city in Ohio and bordering Lake Erie, Cleveland is known for a bustling downtown core featuring an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops, museums, sporting arenas and world-class hospitals. We've compiled a list of all the best things to do in Cleveland before unwinding with the heavenly touches at The Westin Cleveland Downtown.
From catching a Cleveland Browns or a Cleveland Indians game, to jamming out at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, or simply strolling through the downtown core, our front desk team will be excited to create a unique itinerary that is just right for you.
- Cleveland Browns (FirstEnergy Stadium)
- Cleveland Cavaliers (Quicken Loans Arena)
- Cleveland Clinic
- Cleveland Convention Center
- Cleveland Indians (Progressive Field)
- Playhouse Square
- Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
How To Get Here
Cleveland Browns (FirstEnergy Stadium)
Home to the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League, FirstEnergy Stadium opened its doors in 1999 and has been welcoming friends to the infamous Dawg Pound on the banks of Lake Erie ever since.
100 Alfred Lerner Way
Cleveland Cavaliers (Quicken Loans Arena)
Home to three professional sports team, Quick Loans Arena is the pre-eminent sports and entertainment complex in Northern Ohio. The arena is home to the Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA), Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) and Cleveland Gladiators (AFL).
1 Center Court Cleveland
Spread across over 40 different buildings, the Cleveland Clinic brings world-class healthcare to downtown Cleveland. The hospital is rated as #4 in the United States by U.S. World & News Report and has been consistently rated as one of the best cardiac centers in the world.
2049 E 100th Street
Cleveland Indians (Progressive Field)
Home to the Major League Baseball Cleveland Indians franchise, Progressive Field opened in 1994 and forms the Gateway Sports & Entertainment Complex with nearby Quicken Loans Arena. The Cleveland Indians compete the American League Central division.
2401 Ontario Street
Formed together by nine distinct and historic theaters, Playhouse Square welcomes live performances and events of all types throughout the year. Be sure to catch your favorite Broadway performance.
1501 Euclid Avenue
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Honorably Cleveland's post famous attraction, the Rock & Roll of Fame has welcomed over 8.5 million visitors since its opening in 1995. Each year new musicians and groups are inducted and you are invited to experience all that they have contributed to music.
1100 E 9th Street