|Rock N Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Cleveland. Ohio. April 2012.|
Overview of Cleveland
Cleveland is one of the most populous city in the US state of Ohio. It is located in the northeast of Ohio. The city recorded a population of 396,815 in the 2010 census. This makes it the 45th largest city in the United States. Residents here are known as Clevelanders. In 2005, Cleveland was ranked as the most livable city in the United States in a study conducted by The Economist. It was also ranked as the best city to hold business meetings in the US. The city is also a tourist destination for there are various attraction sites in the city that interest tourists.
Top Attractions in Clevenland
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
It is located in the Big Creek valley. The zoo is widely known for its largest collection of primates in North America. It is a good place for those who are interested in primates or researching on primates.
If you want a taste of the Cleveland cuisine, then make an effort of visiting Westside Market. Ethnic foods are sold here by the market vendors.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
This is a beautifully built museum located on the shore of Lake Erie. It archives the history of some of the most influential people who have influenced the music industry.
How to get there
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is the most convenient airport that can get you to the city. There is also sea travel though it is mainly used by manufacturers to get their raw materials in the city. Greyhound station provides for intercity bus services.
"You get educated by traveling." -Solange Knowles