Living in Cleveland, OH
Bridge on Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland Browns Stadium
Cleveland Seen from the Lakefront
Cleveland Harbor West Pier-head Lighthouse
Downtown Cleveland at Night
British rock singer Ian Hunter immortalized the city of Cleveland when he recorded his song “Cleveland Rocks.” The tune reached a new audience when it became the theme for The Drew Carey Show. The song's unbridled energy and catchy chorus does a surprisingly good job of capturing the spirit of this action-packed Ohio city. The record's frenzied catchiness appropriately underscores the fact that there never seems to be a shortage of things to do here.
Everything from excellent shopping venues, a vibrant arts and entertainment scene, plenty of fun family attractions, as well as the natural beauty of Lake Erie and the city's Edgewater Park are all equally impressive. But perhaps the most famous attraction here is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Whether you are a lifelong fan of rock music or just a casual admirer, you will most definitely want to check out this highly popular venue that features an unbelievable collection of memorabilia, multimedia exhibits and special performances. The Hall, like the rest of the many attractions and activities that you can find here, are proof positive that Cleveland rocks in every possible way!