Beautiful Lake Erie is the perfect setting for the Cleveland Rocks student experience. Everyone has heard about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, but there’s so much more in Cleveland for student groups to see!
PlayhouseSquare is the second largest performing arts center in the nation, University Circle encompasses a square mile of arts and culture, and the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Rainforest is home to more than 3,000 animals.
There are so many choices, including sporting events, entertainment, and museums. Student Adventures will review options with you and create the perfect itinerary based on your group's interests.
Cleveland Attractions and Educational Resources
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has seven levels featuring many permanent and temporary exhibits documenting the history of rock and roll. The third level is the actual Hall of Fame and includes signatures of all of the inductees. A new induction ceremony is held every three years. Educator Resources
Great Lakes Science Center contains exhibits that focus on helping visitors to understand science and technology and their interdependence with the environment. Many of the exhibits document the features of the natural environment in the Great Lakes region of the United States. Educator Resources
Cleveland Museum of Natural History has exhibits that focus on anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, botany, geology, paleontology, wildlife biology, and zoology. It also features the Fannye Shafran Planetarium which contains displays on the planets in the Solar System and historical instruments of exploration, such as compasses and astrolabes. Educator Resources
Cleveland Zoo is divided into six different areas: the Rain Forest, the African Savanna, Northern Trek, the Australian Adventure, Waterfowl Lake, and the Primates, Cats, and Aquatics House. The zoo has one of the largest collections of primates in North America and features Monkey Island, a concrete island where large populations of Colobus Monkeys are kept in free-range conditions (no cages or walls).