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Destination: Cleveland

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Getting to know Cleveland

In our humble opinion, Cleveland definitely rocks. This city on the Cuyahoga River—once famous for catching fire due to pollution—has renovated its urban and green spaces, allowing the richness of its history and the promise of its people to shine through. Stroll the shoreline of Lake Erie or take in the variety of its Cultural Gardens. Soak up Cleveland’s unique architecture, built by millionaires and mobsters of the 20th century. Witness the rise and fall of this Midwestern capital of finance and industry, and get a taste of the bright future the city’s residents are helping to create.

Our All-inclusive Visit

In the morning, we’ll set out on one of Cleveland’s famous trolleys for a tour of the city’s history and most iconic architectural gems. View the Tiffany Windows at Wade Memorial Chapel and stop in at the famous West Side Market–Cleveland’s oldest publicly owned market–which opened to the public in 1912. Today the market is home to over 100 vendors and hosts a million visitors a year. In the afternoon, visit the I.M. Pei–designed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.

Destination: Cleveland

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Victory Sailing Dates Which Call Here:

Getting to know Cleveland

In our humble opinion, Cleveland definitely rocks. This city on the Cuyahoga River—once famous for catching fire due to pollution—has renovated its urban and green spaces, allowing the richness of its history and the promise of its people to shine through. Stroll the shoreline of Lake Erie or take in the variety of its Cultural Gardens. Soak up Cleveland’s unique architecture, built by millionaires and mobsters of the 20th century. Witness the rise and fall of this Midwestern capital of finance and industry, and get a taste of the bright future the city’s residents are helping to create.

Our All-inclusive Visit

In the morning, we’ll set out on one of Cleveland’s famous trolleys for a tour of the city’s history and most iconic architectural gems. View the Tiffany Windows at Wade Memorial Chapel and stop in at the famous West Side Market–Cleveland’s oldest publicly owned market–which opened to the public in 1912. Today the market is home to over 100 vendors and hosts a million visitors a year. In the afternoon, visit the I.M. Pei–designed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.

More about Cleveland…

Cleveland was an early innovator in industrial production, home to the Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Company and several steel and mill companies. Cleveland became the first city in the world to have electric streetlights, when Charles Brush installed arc lighting in 1879. John D. Rockefeller founded Standard Oil in Cleveland, drawn by the combination of raw materials and superior accessibility by railroads and ships, including via the new Ohio & Erie Canal.