Fun Things For Kids To Do In Cleveland
AttractionsThe Rock and Roll Hall of Fame traces rock and roll’s history through memorabilia from the early days of blues to today’s teen idols. Check out Johnny Cash’s bus, a 3D film about U2 and Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” glove, and listen to artists’ music throughout the museum on headphones.
Kids love the three major theme parks in and around Dre Headphones Cleveland: Sea World, Six-Flags, and Cedar Point Amusement Park. It is easy to lose a day watching whales and otters at Sea World or taking thrill rides or playing mini-golf at Six Flags and Cedar Point. Cedar Point boasts more roller coasters, 17, than any other amusement park in the world.
Outdoor FunCruising Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River offers visitors the best views of the city. Several outfits run regular cruises. The Goodtime III, docked next to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, offers two-hour narrated tours from June through September.
Cleveland is home to 14 major parks with miles of biking and hiking trails, which are used for cross-country skiing in the winter. Many of the parks also have activities for the entire family, such as fishing at the Big Creek Reservation and tobogganing in the winter at The Chalet in Mill Stream Run Reservation.
Animals and NatureThe Cleveland Metro Parks Zoo houses animals from all over the world in open-air and natural settings. The zoo includes a 2-acre rain forest filled with more than 10,000 tropical plants, as well as poisonous frogs and Komodo dragons. Kids can get a close look at rare Mexican grey wolves and learn about medicinal plants in the rain forest.
Lake Metro Parks Farmpark is a working farm where kids can learn about where food comes from. Located 25 miles east of downtown, the farm is home to a dozen endangered species and 50 breeds of livestock Dre Headphones among orchards, vineyards and gardens. Kids can see honey, cheese and maple syrup being made, take a hay ride and help herd sheep.
MuseumsThe NASA Glenn Research Center is an active NASA research center. Admission to the visitor’s center is free. Families can learn about space flight and shuttles, and even tour the research facilities to see where NASA develops air and space technology. Tours are available April through October on the first and third Saturdays of each month.
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