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g THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM 216-791-7114 10730 Euclid Avenue A multi-sensory creative learning environment designed for children 1-8 and their families. g THE `âáxâÅá g CLEVELAND g THE CLEVELAND BOTANICAL GARDEN 216-721-1600 11030 East Boulevard The Cleveland Botanical Garden offers visitors ten beautifully landscaped acres of formal gardens that include the Eleanor Armstrong Glass-House with 2 dis-tinct ecosystems and world-class display gardens, an outstanding library, classes for all ages, gift shop. g THE FIRE DEPARTMENT MUSEUM The Western Reserve Fire Museum & Education Center 216-664-6312 310 Carnegie Avenue The 1926 Cleveland Fire Station at the Hope Memorial Bridge has been turned into a repository for local fire-fighting lore & an outlet for teaching fire safety. CLEVELAND POLICE MUSEUM 216-791-7114 1300 Ontario Street The Police Museum, located in downtown Cleveland in the Justice Center, features great artifacts and interesting displays for all ages. g DITTRICK CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART (CMA) 216-421-7340 11150 East Boulevard CMA is one of the world’s most distinguished compre-hensive art museums and one of Northeast Ohio’s prin-cipal civic and cultural institutions. Recent expansion includes three new wings of stunning gallery space, a soaring 39,000 square foot glass enclosed atrium, and the state of the art Gallery One which blends art and interpretation with cutting-edge technology. Enjoy Provenance , a 76-seat fine dining experience for Sun-day Brunch: 11am-3pm; Lunch: Tuesday thru Saturday 11am-3pm and Dinner on: Wednesdays and Fridays 5pm-9pm. Provenance Cafe, is a 67-seat casual din-ing with 144 additional seats extending into the ad-jacent Atrium. CMA has a extensive gift shop with fine books, collectibles and treasures. Admission is free. g CLEVELAND MEDICAL HISTORY MUSEUM 216-368-3648 11000 Euclid Avenue Dittrick Medical History Center explores the history of medicine through museum artifacts, archives, rare books collections, and images. It’s an interdisciplinary study center in the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. It is open to the gen-eral public with no admission charge and home to curious, comprehensive collections: surgical instru-ments and medical equipment, microscopes, nursing uniforms, historical contraceptive devices, turn of the century x-ray equipment, midwifery manikins and more. g DUNHAM MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 216-231-4600 One Wade Oval Meet dinosaurs, visit the Planetarium and Ralph Perkins Wildlife Center at the oldest and the most impressive museum of natural history in Ohio. Established in 1920 to perform research, education and development in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, geology, wildlife biology, zoology and more. TAVERN 216-431-1060 6709 Euclid Avenue Once a stagecoach stop on the Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit post road, today Dunham Tavern Museum is the oldest building still standing on its original site in the city of Cleveland. The 1824 home of Rufus and Jane Pratt Dunham in MidTown Cleveland is now a designated Cleveland Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A notable Antique Show, held annually, always attracts discerning visitors and collectors. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Museum of Art Armor Court 20

Museums

THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

10730 Euclid Avenue 216-791-7114

A multi-sensory creative learning environment designed for children 1-8 and their families.

THE CLEVELAND BOTANICAL GARDEN

11030 East Boulevard 216-721-1600

The Cleveland Botanical Garden offers visit ors ten beautifully landscaped acres of formal gardens that include the Eleanor Armstrong Glass-House with 2 distinct ecosystems and world-class display gardens, an outstanding library, classes for all ages, gift shop.

THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART (CMA)

11150 East Boulevard 216-421-7340

CMA is one of the world’s most distinguished comprehensive art museums and one of Northeast Ohio’s principal civic and cultural institutions. Recent expansion includes three new wings of stunning gallery space, a soaring 39,000 square foot glass enclosed atrium, and the state of the art Gallery One which blends art and interpretation with cutting-edge technology. Enjoy Provenance, a 76-seat fine dining experience for Sunday Brunch: 11am-3pm; Lunch: Tuesday thru Saturday 11am-3pm and Dinner on: Wednesdays and Fridays 5pm-9pm. Provenance Cafe, is a 67-seat casual dining with 144 additional seats extending into the adjacent Atrium. CMA has a extensive gift shop with fine books, collectibles and treasures. Admission is free

CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

One Wade Oval 216-231-4600

Meet dinosaurs, visit the Planetarium and Ralph Perkins Wildlife Center at the oldest and the most impressive museum of natural history in Ohio. Established in 1920 to per form research, education and development in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, geology, wildlife biology, zoology and more.

CLEVELAND FIRE DEPARTMENT MUSEUM

The Western Reserve Fire Museum & Education Center 310 Carnegie Avenue 216-664-6312

The 1926 Cleveland Fire Station at the Hope Memorial Bridge has been turned into a repository for local firefighting lore & an outlet for teaching fire safety.

THE CLEVELAND POLICE MUSEUM

1300 Ontario Street 216-791-7114

The Police Museum, located in downtown Cleveland in the Justice Center, features great artifacts and interesting displays for all ages.

DITTRICK MEDICAL HISTORY MUSEUM

11000 Euclid Avenue 216-368-3648

Dittrick Medical History Center explores the history of medicine through museum artifacts, archives, rare books collections, and images. It’s an interdisciplinary study center in t he College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. It is open to the genera l public with no admission charge and home to curious, comprehensive collections: surgical instruments and medical equipment, microscopes, nursing uniforms, historical contraceptive devices, turn of the century x-ray equipment, midwifery manikins and more.

DUNHAM TAVERN

6709 Euclid Avenue 216-431-1060

Once a stagecoach stop on the Buffalo- Cleveland- Detroit post road, today Dunham Tavern Museum is the oldest building still standing on its original site in the city of Cleveland. The 1824 home of Rufus and Jane Pratt Dunham in MidTown Cleveland is now a designated Cleveland Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A notable Antique Show, held annually, always attracts discerning visitors and collectors.

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