About Downtown Cleveland
Downtown Cleveland, Ohio has something for everyone, whether you enjoy shopping, music, or sports. The most well-known tourist attraction is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Located right on the shore of Lake Erie in the newly renovated North Coast Harbor area, the Museum celebrates the complete history of rock and roll. There is a special display that contains the signatures of every Hall of Fame inductee. Tower City Center has a massive shopping mall with a food court that overlooks the river. A walkway connects it to the Tower City Amphitheater, the basketball arena, and the baseball stadium. The centerpiece of downtown Cleveland is Public Square, which spans four city blocks. The Terminal Tower, BP Tower, and Key Tower, Cleveland's largest buildings, are all located in Public Square. From the Terminal Tower observation deck, tourists can get a great view of the entire area, from Lake Erie to the Cuyahoga River. The Old Stone Church, built in 1855, and Higbee's department store from "A Christmas Story" are some of downtown Cleveland's other famous landmarks. Sports fans have plenty to choose from, with the Cleveland Browns football team, Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team, and Cleveland Indians baseball team all playing their games in downtown stadiums.