6 Fun Cleveland-Area Places to Visit During Your Memorial Day Staycation
The Memorial Day holiday gives you some extra time to spend with the family.
If traveling isn’t on your radar, a staycation may be the next best thing.
You won’t have any trouble finding something to do.
Check out some of these Cleveland hotspots for family fun.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
The roots of rock run deep in the city of Cleveland.
The rock hall has some of the coolest artifacts of the history of music on display anywhere.
Not only can you enjoy the museum, you also have the chance to take in the Catch Meaning Music Festival, taking place on May 27th.
Get more information.
Greater Cleveland Aquarium
This aquarium is housed in the historic FirstEnergy Powerhouse building on the Cuyahoga River.
Children and adults of all ages will enjoy petting stingrays, watching tortoises amble along, and encountering a shark.
You can find out more and get tickets here.
Cleveland Museum of Art
Located in the Wade Park District of University Circle, this art museum boasts works by contemporary and classic artists in every genre.
There are always new collections coming and going, so it’s best to check their website for the latest details about what’s currently on display.
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Want to see dinosaurs without leaving the Cleveland area?
This museum should be your first stop.
The Shafran Planetarium will give you a look at outer space like you’ve never seen before and there are ever-changing traveling exhibits to experience too.
There’s a whole lot more going on at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, too.
Make it a part of your staycation to give your fun an educational spin.
The U.S.S. Cod is a World War II submarine that’s docked in Cleveland.
It serves as a memorial that can be toured today.
The sub is a National Historic Site and is the only vessel of its kind that is intact and allows visitors to climb down the vertical ladder, just as the sailors used to do.
Find out more information here.
West Side Market
Offering fresh, local food and a whole lot more, the West Side Market is a landmark in and of itself.
There are over 100 vendors in this indoor/outdoor market space – the largest of its kind in Cleveland.
Whether you’re going to actually shop or just to look around, it’s worth the trip.
A memorable Cleveland staycation
You don’t have to travel far from home to make memories this Memorial Day weekend.
Check out some of the amazing places in your own backyard.
An extra day off work or a lighter-than-normal routine is a great time to bring your car into
Conrad’s for an auto “check-up.”