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Cleveland Browns Stadium (36 miles) - One of the most popular things to do in Cleveland is to experience Sunday game day at FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns. Come early to take part in the Browns Backyard Bash, the only official tailgate party prior to each Browns home game. Featuring entertainment, games, food and great offers from the Browns corporate partners, the party starts two hours prior to kickoff. You'll also want to plan a visit to Brownstown, a unique entertainment complex offering a combination of shopping, entertainment and much more.
Cleveland Museum of Natural History (31.9 miles) - Spend a weekend visiting this innovative museum, which features a planetarium, live animal programs, a hands-on learning center and a dinosaur exhibit. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is also home to the approximately 3.2-million-year-old "Lucy," one of the oldest skeletons of humanity's earliest ancestors.
Cleveland Metropark Zoo and The RainForest (33 miles) - Visit thousands of animals, including 84 endangered species, as you roam the Cleveland Metropark Zoo's 168 rolling wooded acres. One of the city's most family-friendly things to do, the zoo is known for having the largest collection of primates in the United States and is home to a thrilling simulated tropical rain storm.
Cleveland Museum of Art (31.9 miles) - An essential thing to do for art buffs, the museum's collection includes 41,255 works of art, including masterpieces by Monet, Picasso and van Gough.
Great Lakes Science Center (36 miles) - The Great Lakes Science Center is one of America's largest interactive science museums. More than 400 exciting "hands-on" exhibits, breathtaking OMNIMAX® films, daily demonstrations and exciting educational programs show visitors the interdependency of science, environment and technology, particularly in the Great Lakes Region.
Progressive Field (36 miles) - Home to the MLB's Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field (formerly known as Jacobs Field) is an urban ballpark in the truest sense, both architecturally and aesthetically. Built within the physical boundaries of three main streets in downtown Cleveland (Ontario to the west, Carnegie to the south, and E. 9th Street to the east), Progressive Field offers a fan-friendly facility featuring an intimate environment.
Playhouse Square Center (36 miles) - In the early 1920s, five opulent theaters - the Allen, Ohio, State, Palace and Hannah - opened along a stretch of Euclid Avenue and tagged "Playhouse Square." Today, the playhouse continues to thrive as a performing arts center that hosts a wide variety of Broadway shows, plays, musicals, opera, ballet and contemporary performing arts.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (36 miles) - A stunning piece of daring architecture designed by internationally renowned architect I. M. Pei, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum contains remarkable interactive exhibits, films, videos and priceless and poignant artifacts, and serves as host of the permanent Hall of Fame exhibit.
Quicken Loans Arena (36 miles) - Visit the Q Arena, a premier sports and entertainment facility located in the heart of downtown. The Q offers Cleveland Cavaliers basketball action, the power of AHL Cleveland Barons hockey, the hottest concerts, the most spectacular family shows under one roof, and signature sporting events including the Mid-American Conference men's and women's basketball tournaments.