Holiday Walking Tour

Tours of Cleveland, LLC is offering the Holiday edition of our Downtown Highlights Walking Tour, an exciting and educational walking tour of beautiful and historic downtown Cleveland with an addition of Cleveland Christmas history and fun thrown into the mix. This walking tour hits all the highlights of downtown in one great, two hour tour. […]

Tall Ships Coming in 2019

It was announced that the tall ships will be making a stop in Cleveland July 11- 14, 2019 as part of the┬áTall Ships Challenge Great Lakes. They will be making several stops throughout the summer including Buffalo on Independence Day and Toronto, Canada on Canada Day. The festivities will include day sails and waterfront activities. […]

Georgia O’Keeffe Exhibit in Cleveland

The Cleveland Museum of Art has announced a special Georgia O’Keeffe exhibit coming to the museum on November 23, 2018 – March 3, 2019. The exhibit will not only feature Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings, but clothing and photographic portraits of her as the subject. Tickets will be required for the exhibit, titled “Living Modern” although the […]

Les Miserables at Playhouse Square

Cleveland has an amazing theater scene and today begins Les Miserables at Playhouse Square and the Connor Palace theater. The show will run through November 18. Tours of Cleveland would like to welcome the cast and crew and we are looking forward to seeing the show. The show is based on the novel of the […]

Cleveland Restaurant Week

Cleveland Restaurant Week sponsored by the Cleveland Independents Consortium is returning November 5 – 16. This two week promotion will allow diners to visit a sample of locally owned, independent restaurants through out the Cleveland area and will feature a three course prix fixe meal for $33. Some of this year’s participants include Der Braumeister […]

Cleveland LGBT History – Hingetown

The final installment for LGBT History Month deals with Cleveland’s Hingetown neighborhood in Ohio City. Located at W. 29th St and Detroit Ave, this was the center of gay culture in Cleveland for many years. The neighborhood was the home of many gay bars and nightclubs, the first Lesbian-Gay Community Center and groups like ACT […]