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Reasons to Book Cheap Cleveland Flights

Cleveland is a lakeside city in the state of Ohio and the county seat of Cuyahoga County, US. Once a rapidly evolving manufacturing center, this city has now positioned itself at the dramatic confluence of profound artistic, musical and sports scene. Cleveland is home to the iconic Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland Museum of Art and the maximum number of golf courses per capita in the United States. On top of everything else is a stunning backdrop of shoreline and a network of parks called the Emerald Necklace.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is a superstructure of bold geometric forms and dynamic cantilevers in Cleveland. It was erected to demonstrate and archive the contributions of all major music artists. As Cleveland’s numero uno attraction, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has welcomed more than ten million visitors ever since its inception in 1995.

Cleveland Museum of Art

One of the wealthiest and most visited museums of the world, the Cleveland Museum of Art is an internationally renowned art museum in Cleveland. It has a superb collection of 45000 artworks of American Paintings, Greek and Roman Art, Medieval Art, Pre-Columbian and Native North American Art, Japanese and Korean Art and Southeast Asian Art. This museum is home to one of America’s biggest libraries- the Ingalls Library and it has more than 500000 volumes and 500000 digitized slides on different subjects.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History (established in 1920) is a natural history museum in Cleveland. It has a remarkable collection of more than four million specimens related to paleontology, zoology, archaeology, mineralogy, ornithology, and other distinctions. Star attractions here are a 3.2 million year old humanoid skeleton ‘Lucy’ and some specimens of Late Devonian Cleveland Shale fish, Nine hundred monkey and ape skeletons and world’s only specimen of the small tyrannosaur.