The city is also home to the famously known Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, an incredible Science Museum, and a fabulous Metro Zoo. They have more metro parks than most major cities, with over 24,000 acres across Northeast Ohio.
Cleveland is also densely populated and estimated to have over 5,000 people per square mile, vastly different from Columbus’s less populated capital city. In fact, back in 1950, Cleveland saw a record population of 914,000 people.
There is signature street food, like the Polish Boy, and horse-drawn carriages that will give you a tour of some of the oldest places in the historical district of Cleveland, including the area known as The Flats.