Cleveland, OH

Take part in the guided walking tour of Cleveland

Angela Kervorkian-Wattle
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CLEVELAND, OH - Looking for a new activity to do in Cleveland? You can join in the guided walking tour of Cleveland! The tour covers all highlights of downtown Cleveland in one two-hour tour. The tour discusses a brief history of Cleveland, the buildings on Public Square and along the Mall, the Cleveland Public Library, the Cleveland Federal Reserve, Playhouse Square, with a visit inside the Arcade and the Cleveland Trust Company Building (Heinen’s). It also covers tales of Cleveland’s most famous residents.

The walking tour is approximately 2 hours long. Some steps of the tour will offer participants to sit. This walking tour with a knowledgeable guide is one of the best ways to experience Cleveland.

The tour is one of the ways to know the history of the city, as well as the landmarks around it.

The duration of the tour is 2 hours. A mobile ticket is accepted and you can have a cancellation policy for a full refund, at least within 24 hours: 91 Public Square, Cleveland OH, Playhouse Square, 1501 Euclid Ave #200, Cleveland, OH 44115, USA.

The tour ends at Playhouse Square, a simple walk down Euclid Ave to the starting point.

You will receive confirmation at the time of booking. The tour is wheelchair accessible and stroller accessible. Service animals are allowed and the location of the tour is near public transportation. The surfaces of the tour are wheelchair accessible and most travelers can participate.

To make your travel safe during Covid-19, hand sanitizer will be available with the staff. Use contactless payment for gratuities and add-ons.

A refund is available if you cancel within 24 hours before the tour started.

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