The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is a downtown landmark next to the lake (1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard). Allow at least two days to visit the hall and museum’s seven floors of exhibits, which pay homage to the past, present, and future of music and performers. Displays and exhibits put visitors in touch with their favorites through exhibits that utilize a number of media.
Originally built in the 1920s and part of Cleveland’s renovation since the 1970s, PlayhouseSquare® (1501 Euclid Avenue) offers drama, comedy, and music on its nine performance venues. A not-for-profit center, it’s a leader in arts education, annually transporting thousands of students to performances. PlayhouseSquare is the largest performance arts center in the United States outside New York City’s Lincoln Center.