Venues that Rock

December 6, 2012 dcanorthcoast

The district is home to world-class venues and local institutions punctuated with park space and waterfront vistas.

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There is nothing more Cleveland than football at FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns, where the best fans in the NFL take over the city with their passion and excitement. It’s a festivity you don’t want to miss!

FirstEnergy Stadium Website


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Get hands-on, minds-on family fun at Great Lakes Science Center! See and touch hundreds of hands-on exhibits, visit the NASA Glenn Visitor Center, immerse yourself in our six-story Cleveland Clinic OMNIMAX® Theater, and marvel at science demonstrations performed right before your eyes.

Great Lakes Science Center Website


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Experience a cruise on the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie aboard Cleveland’s largest sight-seeing vessel. This quadruple-deck 1,000 passenger luxury ship is the largest on the Great Lakes.

Goodtime III Website


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Located in the terminal of Burke Lakefront Airport, visitors to the Museum will discover how Women’s Air & Space History is more than Sally Ride and Amelia Earhart.

International Women’s Air & Space Museum Website


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Blazing Bistro at North Coast Harbor Patio

Located in the backyard of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The red flamed fence once enclosed a skate park, now the home to the Blazing Bistro, a shipping container turned culinary hot spot. The Blazing Bistro is a seasonal walk up amenity to North Coast Harbor featuring a tasty menu, outdoor seating and a great view of our harbor.  Like them on Facebook.

2015 menu coming soon!


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This grassy knoll between the Great Lakes Science Center and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame includes a walkway and stairs which lead from Erieside Ave down to the south promenade of North Coast Harbor waters. The space is perfect picnic spot and has been used from a verity of special events including a Lake Erie Monster’s Pep Rally and a fun family festival called Rock Your World with Steam.


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The 53-slip North Coast Harbor Transient Marina is located behind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in the North Coast Harbor basin. Boaters can stop by for a few hours or dock for the weekend. Sport enthusiasts can enjoy the Cleveland skyline from paddleboats, Jet Skis, or kayaks- daily rentals available courtesy of the marina operators, Rock & Dock. For more information contact Rock & Dock at 216-804-1152. 



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The greatest stories and biggest names in rock and roll shine on at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. The experience includes 4 theaters, multiple interactive stations and 7 floors of exhibits that tell the story of the world’s most powerful art form.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum Website


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Discover what life onboard a working Great Lakes freighter was like as you tour this restored 618-foot historic flagship. Explore the 1925-built Mather and marvel at the “engineering firsts” that helped transform Northeast Ohio into a great industrial center (part of the Great Lakes Science Center).

Steamship William G Mather Website


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The USS Cod is a retired World War II SS-224 submarine, moored at Cleveland’s North Coast Harbor. This National Historic Site is the only such vessel to be kept intact and visitors climb the vertical ladders through its hatches, just as the sailors did during active duty.

U.S.S. Cod Website


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Enjoy picturesque views of the downtown Cleveland skyline and Lake Erie at this 4.5-acre park, located at the north end of the 9th Street Pier. The park is centered around a large, artistically-terraced green space, and plays host to events and everyday activities alike.


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9th Street Pier is the very North end of E 9th Street, where the City physically meets the Lake. E 9th Street Pier is the access point for Voinovich Bicentennial Park & the Goodtime III cruise ship. The space hosts 90 parking spaces and is open to pedestrians 6AM-11PM daily. Fishing is welcome in the designated fishing zone at the North end of the pier.


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Located along the rolling shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport is the region’s premier business Airport. With its proximity to downtown Cleveland and complete aircraft support services, Burke is the preferred airport for our corporate customers and visitors to our region.

Operated by the City of Cleveland’s Department of Port Control, Burke is a FAR Part 139 Airport. As the official reliever airport for Cleveland Hopkins International, Burke is critical to the safety and efficiency of the local, regional, and national air transportation systems. However, the majority of Burke’s air traffic is made up of privately owned and charter aircraft used for business purposes—along with flight training, leisure flying, and military operations among others.

As a high-capacity, well-maintained, accessible airport, Burke has built a reputation for excellence and remains a vital part of the region’s current and future economic growth and vitality.

Burke Lakefront Airport Website