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Join The Private Walking Tour of Cleveland

Angela Kervorkian-Wattle
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CLEVELAND, OH - Join the private walking tour of Cleveland: available any day, with the cost of $250 for a group of up to five people. You can save your spot and pay later. Simply visit this site and you can reserve your spot and buy your ticket.

Do not forget to travel safely during Covid-19. There will be regular temperature checks with the staff, highly crowded areas will be sanitized, and guides are required to regularly wash hands.

You’re going to see the University Circle, Cleveland’s second downtown, a one-square-mile of more than 75 cultural, educational, health care, social, religious, and other institutions of Cleveland. It’s a 2 ½ mile walking tour highlighting the history of the area, and how it blends the old with the new Cleveland.

Some of the sights include Uptown Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland Institute of Music; Cleveland History Center; Museum of Natural History; Botanical Garden Cleveland; Museum of Art; Chinese Cultural Garden; Wade Lagoon Severance Hall; Church of the Covenant; Little Italy; etc.

You can stop at unique coffee shops, bakeries, neighborhood groceries along the way, and see what is great about Cleveland. The guides will provide you with history and information of other sights in Cleveland outside University Circle for you to visit during your stay. Including, some of the well-known restaurants.

The tour will be a 3 hours tour and a mobile ticket is accepted. For a refund, please cancel within 24 hours.

The ticket includes all fees and taxes but excludes snacks and entry admission, especially to the Cleveland Museums. You will need to confirm before you book.

The tour is not wheelchair accessible, the stroller is available and a service animal is allowed. It’s near public transportation, not recommended for pregnant travelers, travelers with back problems, etc.

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