CSU Wellfest

Today we were very fortunate to participate in CSU Wellfest – Get Well Now Wellness Fair on the Cleveland State University campus. We had a table talking about our walking tours of downtown Cleveland. We had several giveaways and are happy to announce Tanner B. won our Instagram contest and Jordan B. won our Cleveland […]

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 […]

Cleveland Brewery Passport

If you like Craft Breweries, Cleveland is the place for you! Whether you are in Ohio City at Great Lakes Brewing Company or Saucy Brew Works, downtown at Masthead Brewing Co. or the Hofbrauhaus Cleveland or any of the over 30 breweries in the Cleveland metro area, try a pint and get your Cleveland Brewery […]

Corks in the Concourse

Tours of Cleveland, LLC would like to thank our friends at the International Women’s Air & Space Museum (IWASM) for their continued partnership. This past week members of their staff, board and volunteers joined us on a private walking tour of downtown Cleveland. We had a wonderful evening exploring and learning about Cleveland. On Friday, […]

Cleveland Churches Series – Trinity Cathedral

In the final of our Cleveland Churches series we look at Trinity Cathedral, the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio. Trinity Parish goes all the way back to 1816 in the town Brooklyn Ohio, outside of Cleveland. It moved into its current home in downtown Cleveland in 1907. The¬†English Perpendicular Gothic structure is made of Indiana limestone. […]

FRONT Art Exhibit at Cleveland Public Library

The FRONT art exhibit has artwork displayed all across Cleveland, Oberlin and Akron in all kinds of spaces, including the Cleveland Public Library downtown. The American Library by British artist, Yinka Shonibare displays over 6,000 books with the names of first and second generation immigrants to America who have contributed to the arts, sciences, culture […]

Cleveland Symphony on the Mall

Tonight, July 6, 2018 the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra will perform downtown on the mall in celebration of their 100 year anniversary as well as Independence Day. There will be food trucks prior to the show and fireworks after. The Cleveland Symphony Orchestra is considered one of the best in the world! The concert is free […]