What to do in Cleveland

Cleveland is another sweet midwestern town to visit. It’s got it all-famous museum, great lake, big city vibes, etc. I’ve been here a couple times what with it being only 7 hours from Milwaukee. Here’s what I recommend doing while visiting this city:

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: This is a must when visiting Cleveland! There are multiple floors of all the history of rock and roll stored here. PRO TIP-take your time here, it may seem overwhelming at first because the building is so large but trust me you’ll have plenty of time to take it all in.

Rock and Roll!

Find the Cleveland Sign: There are few places to spot these around town, but the one we found was at the Tremont Overlook. Snap a pic for the ‘gram!

My gal pal and I in Cleveland

Visit the West Side Market: This place was awesome! They have rows and rows of vendors selling everything from delicacy cheeses, candies, and desserts, plus more.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park: This is about a half hour outside of Cleveland technically, but it’s such a pretty place it’s worth the trip.


Find the Free Stamp at Willard Park: This isn’t far from Lake Erie and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. There’s a big ole red stamp sculpture. It’s pretty cool.