Did a rainy day in Cleveland, OH, stop you in your tracks? Don’t despair. You can still enjoy a fun day in the city even if the weather turns sour. To help you out, our team at City Auto Rental
has pulled together this list of fun, indoor things to do. Check them out!
1. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Many people don’t realize that Cleveland is home to the national Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
. You can see exhibits featuring some of the best musical artists of all time, including John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, and more. Plus, you can catch a bite to eat and do some shopping at the Hall of Fame store.
2. Cleveland Museum of Art
Are you an art enthusiast, or at least someone who can appreciate a beautiful painting or striking photograph? Then check out the Cleveland Museum of Art
. From diverse art exhibits, performances, lectures, films, and more, you can always find an easy way to enjoy your time in Cleveland.
3. Jack Cleveland Casino
Feeling a little lucky? Check out local gaming at the Jack Cleveland Casino
. From slots to high-stakes poker, you can find a little something for every adult in your group.
4. Greater Cleveland Aquarium
Check out marine life from all over the world in one place. From sharks to channel catfish, you can see thousands of magnificent water creatures up close at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium
5. The Arcade Cleveland
One of Cleveland’s most iconic buildings, The Arcade Cleveland
can easily entertain you for the day. It has a wide range of shopping and dining experiences. Plus, the architecture is something to just marvel at and enjoy. Be sure to check it out.
For all your Cleveland travels, count on City Auto Rental to help you find the right car to meet your needs. We have everything from economy
to full-size rental cars
, to fit your needs and budget. We also offer cash car rentals
, in case you operate only in cash or you have poor credit. Don’t walk around in the rain. Contact City Auto Rental
at (216) 688-0208
, and book a car rental
By Erik Drost (Flickr: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame) [CC BY 2.0
], via Wikimedia Commons