Cleveland, an ethnically diverse mid-sized city located on Lake Erie, features a host of cultural and recreational attractions. Cleveland Clinic is located near the University Circle area, which is the major cultural center in Cleveland. This area also features the Cleveland Orchestra, the Cleveland Museum of Art, several other museums, and Case Western Reserve University. Downtown Cleveland is approximately 2 miles from the Cleveland Clinic campus.
Downtown Cleveland has seen dramatic changes over the past decade. Foremost are the additions of Progressive Field - home of the Cleveland Indians baseball team, Quicken Loans Arena - home of the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball team, and Cleveland Browns Stadium - the home of the Browns football team. Other notable downtown attractions include the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the Great Lakes Science Center, which houses the Cleveland Clinic OMNIMAX Theater. Cultural attractions in the downtown area include Playhouse Square, the second largest theater district in the United States. In addition, the downtown area and surrounding suburbs are home to a diverse and excellent array of restaurants.
Many activities are also available for outdoor enthusiasts. The natural woodland Cleveland Metroparks form an “Emerald Necklace” which surrounds the city and contains picnic areas as well as miles of bicycle, hiking, jogging, and horseback riding trails. Cleveland also offers sailing enthusiasts, boaters, swimmers, and fishermen abundant lakeshore to enjoy. Cedar Point Amusement Park and Cleveland Metroparks Zoo are among the attractions that offer a day of fun for the whole family.
Cleveland has nearly 90 residential communities with many convenient suburbs located just outside the city center. Housing is very affordable throughout the greater Cleveland area.
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