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  • Top 10 FREE things to do in Cleveland!

     

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    Ever feel like you haven't explored all your city has to offer? I know I have. Take a look at these Top 10 things to do in Cleveland that are free!

    Go To The Zoo
    Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Cuyahoga County residents can see them and more for free each Monday at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Residents should bring a driver's license, state ID, or utility bill with their address. Offer applies to the zoo only, not the Rain Forest, but there's plenty to see at the zoo, including the "Australian Adventure" and the "Wolf Wilderness" exhibits. Parking is always free at the zoo.
    Lake Erie Sunset
    The view of the sunset from Cleveland's Edgewater State Park, on the city's near west side, is one of the loveliest in town. Bring a picnic dinner and dine as you watch the sun sink unobstructed into the horizon. Or, walk along the beach and enjoy the view.

    The Old Arcade

    The Cleveland Arcade is an architectural gem. Built in 1890 to resemble the shopping arcades of Milan Italy, the arcade is just off of Public Square, between Euclid and Superior Avenues. The structure has a tower at both ends with a five-story sky-lighted atrium between them. The arcade boasts elaborate metalwork and intricate brass gargoyles look down from the top level. Chairs are offered on the balconies for passersby to rest and marvel at the view.

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