Castle Noel Part 2 – Window Displays

As we continue our look at Castle Noel in Medina, OH this post will focus on their window displays from NYC. The owner, Mark Klaus, has traveled to New York to take possession of department store window displays after the Christmas is over and bring them back to be featured at Castle Noel. Castle Noel’s […]

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 […]

Cleveland Police Museum

Another one of Cleveland’s free museums in the Cleveland Police Museum. The Police Museum is located in Police Headquarters downtown. Their exhibits include several of the death masks from the Torso Murders, back when a serial killer roamed the streets of Cleveland, claiming 13 lives in the late 1930’s. They even have one of the […]

Cleveland Hungarian Museum

Another free museum in Cleveland is the Cleveland Hungarian Museum. It is located in the heart of downtown Cleveland. The mission of the Hungarian Museum is to “preserve Hungarian culture and the history of Hungarians in NE Ohio”. The museum includes a gallery that focuses on famous Hungarian Americans such as John Hertz (founder of […]

Cleveland Museum of Art – Cleveland Connections

As we continue to look at some of the local free museums in Cleveland, I’d like to continue our visit to the Cleveland Museum of Art and focus on some of the local Cleveland connections. The museum has several pieces by the Rose Iron Works, a Cleveland company for the early 1900’s. Rose Iron Works […]