Fun, Exciting Things to Do in Downtown Cleveland
Nestled on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland is Ohio's second-largest city, featuring a bustling downtown core with an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops, museums, sporting arenas, and world-class hospitals. There is no shortage of wonderful things to do here - and The Westin Cleveland Downtown puts them all within your reach.
From catching a Browns or Indians game to attending a performance at Playhouse Square or jamming out at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, there are activities in downtown Cleveland to suit every personality. Our hotel team will be excited to create a unique itinerary that is just right for you.
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)
Quicken Loans Arena is the pre-eminent sports and entertainment complex not just in downtown Cleveland, but in all of 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)
For over 20 years, Progressive Field has hosted Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians franchise; it forms the Gateway Sports & Entertainment Complex with nearby Quicken Loans Arena. The Cleveland Indians compete the American League Central division.
2401 Ontario Street
House of Blues Cleveland
Enjoy an unforgettable concert while staying downtown at House of Blues Cleveland. There is always an exciting show playing at HOB, from big-name artists to smaller local musicians.
308 Euclid Avenue
JACK Cleveland Casino
Roll the dice at JACK Cleveland Casino for a glitzy night on the town. There are slot machines, table games, poker, restaurants and more to keep your attention all night long.
100 Public Square
Formed together by nine distinct and historic theaters, Playhouse Square welcomes live performances and events of all types throughout the year. Catch your favorite Broadway performance during your hotel stay.
1501 Euclid Avenue
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Arguably Cleveland's most famous attraction, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has welcomed over 8.5 million visitors since opening in 1995. Each year new musicians and groups are inducted; you're invited to experience all that they have contributed to the industry. If you're a music fan, a visit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame should be at the top of your list of things to do.
1100 E 9th Street