Cleveland, OH

These four Cleveland attractions just got bigger and better

Paul Krasinic
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Cleveland, OH - New attractions and restaurants are popping up on a regular basis in Cleveland. In fact, even the most legendary institutions in the ever-evolving city are getting it on the act, enhancing and reinventing themselves in some quite extraordinary ways.

Here’s how just several of our CLE favorites are improving and growing.

  • Cleveland Museum of Natural History

The museum has launched the first upgrades of a $150 million expansion, which include a behind-the-scenes Current Science area and a completely redesigned auditorium and courtyard, since celebrating its hundredth anniversary in 2020. A sweeping white façade that evokes the region's Ice Age glaciers in a new display wing will be the culmination of the renovations.

  • Cedar Point

Your hectic schedule may feel like it’s gone off the rails at times, but Cedar Point thankfully is still on track. The historic amusement park which celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2020, has extended the celebration of their milestone into 2021 with a special Gold Pass for $129 which includes unlimited visits and free parking. New attractions include a family-friendly river expedition and a breathtaking evening celebration that will illuminate the Main Midway.

  • Great Lakes Science Center

Great Lakes Science Center is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its establishment. While the institution hasn’t yet revealed its plans for commemorating the milestone, festivities will certainly feature technological and natural marvels. furthermore, you can interact with STEM exhibits, gaze at the IMAX dome giant screen, and explore the NASA Glenn Visitors Center.

  • Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

In 2020, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame turned 25 but it isn’t gathering any moss. A $100 million expansion is planned, which will include a guitar pick-shaped addition with 50,000 square feet of expanded exhibition and event space. In addition, a new bandshell facing Lake Erie will raise the volume for concerts and shows.

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