When you're through playing at the casino, Cleveland has lots for you to see, do, and taste.
RTA can connect you with many options. RTA offers four free trolley lines that can help you explore any part of downtown. All these lines stop in front of the casino's main Public Square entrance.
Stay downtown and visit:
- The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
- The Great Lakes Science Center and OMNIMAX Theater
- Browns Stadium
- Progressive Field, home of the AL East Cleveland Indians
- Quicken Loans Arena (call it "the Q", and people won't know you're just visiting)
- The Historic Warehouse District, full of fine architecture, fine dining, and great nightlife
- East Fourth Street, a part of Cleveland's Gateway District
- Playhouse Square, a live theater complex second in size only to New York's Lincoln Center
In University Circle, there's:
- Cleveland Museum of Natural History
- Cleveland Museum of Art
- Cleveland Botanical Garden
- Western Reserve Historical Society
- Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
- Cleveland Cultural Gardens
- The world-class Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall
- Children’s Museum of Cleveland
Along Euclid Avenue, served 24/7 by the HealthLine, you can get to:
- Two major educational institutions -- Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve University
- World-class ahealth-care facilities at the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals
Just across the river are:
- The West Side Market, in business since 1912
- The historic Ohio City neighborhood
And to the southeast of downtown, for a laid-back change of pace:
- Shaker Square, one of the oldest shopping centers in the nation
- Beautiful mansions in Shaker Heights, a world-famous suburb.
For more information about what to see and do during your stay here, visit Positively Cleveland.