Hands-on music and science for families.

April 11, 2013

Music lovers of all ages appreciate Cleveland’s connection to music history. It’s the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, plus family-friendly science centers, restaurants, and accommodations. Over the past few years, the city worked to shed its reputation as an industrial sort of town, and is, brilliantly, coming into its own—making now the perfect time to go.

Glidden House

Vintage-style rooms complemented with plasma TVs fill this hotel, an early 1900s mansion on the Case Western Reserve University campus.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

The museum takes visitors through the evolution of the genre and features dynamic music-history attractions, including a re-creation of Sun Studio—where Elvis recorded.

Great Lakes Science Center

The center has more than 400 hands-on exhibits, an Omnimax theater, and a virtual hang glider.

Mallorca

The cuisine blends Spanish, Portuguese, and Continental flavors; the paella Valenciana is a standout.

bd's Mongolian Grill

Put your chef’s hat on and make your own stir-fry at BD’s, where your bowl is bottomless.

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