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Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Opened in 2005, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage introduces visitors to the beauty and diversity of that heritage in the context of the American experience, promotes an understanding of Jewish history, religion and culture and builds bridges of tolerance and understanding with people of all religions, races, cultures and ethnic backgrounds. It includes An American Story, tracing Ohio’s immigrant history and heritage, and The Temple-Tifereth Israel Gallery, an internationally-recognized collection of Judaica.
Come Out & Play at Cleveland Metroparks
Cleveland Metroparks offers nearly 23,000 acres of preserved land for your recreational activities. Choose golf at one of eight courses, canoeing at Hinckley Lake, swimming at Edgewater Park or Huntington Beach, mountain bike riding at Royalview or a family play day at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Create unforgettable memories with your family at the Zoo – feed a giraffe, ride a camel and see elephants closer than ever before!* Plan your visit today at clevelandmetroparks.com/play or call 216-635-3200. * Some activities seasonal/weather dependant.
Rock and Roll Hall
of Fame + Museum
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is alive with the energy, passion and the spirit of the music you love! The 150,000 square-foot museum features seven floors of ever-changing exhibits, four theaters and multiple interactive stations – telling the greatest stories and highlighting the biggest names in music.
This spectacular $3 million, 60,000 square foot one-of-a-kind outdoor play environment encourages children that use special equipment, such as crutches, wheelchairs, etc. to play alongside other children—with or without disabilities. Located on the eastern portion of the Mandel JCC’s property, near the outdoor tennis and basketball courts, Preston’s H.O.P.E. is the first fully accessible playground park in Northeast Ohio for all children. Full of adventure and new experiences, it can be enjoyed year-round by children of all ages. Restrooms are closed in the winter months.
David Berger National Memorial
The National Memorial is a sculpture that was created to honor the memory of David Berger, an American/Israeli citizen who was one of the 11 Israeli athletes murdered at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany. The David Berger National Memorial is the only memorial in the United States commemorating the 1972 Olympic terrorism.