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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
in Northeast Ohio

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
in Northeast Ohio

Blossom Music Center, 1145 W Steels Corner Road, Cuyahoga Falls / Photo by Roger Mastroianni


The Northeast Ohio region is teeming with attractions and activities that span the cultural spectrum, from The Cleveland Orchestra to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton; from art museums with free admission to an amusement park with 18 roller coasters; from historic theaters to conservation-minded zoos. And of course, there’s the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

In Cleveland, at University Circle alone, you’ll find seven museums, four concert halls, three performing arts centers and an alternative film house. Further downtown, Playhouse Square is home to ten different theaters. Show-goers on their way to a Broadway play often mingle with die-hard sports fans heading to a Cleveland Indians, Cavs or Browns game.

While Cleveland may be the region’s cultural epicenter, Akron takes pride in its growing arts community and thriving alternative music scene. (Rocker Chrissie Hind of the Pretenders, the hard-driving Black Keys, and alt-rock bands Devo and the Waitresses all hail from Akron.) And the college towns of Oberlin and Kent extend access to acclaimed museums and performing arts centers to residents throughout the region.



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