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in Cleveland, Ohio

Tour Guide to Fun started their trip at none other than our History Starts Here® exhibit! Immerse yourself in Cleveland’s stories, from the 1790s to today, and explore Cleveland and Northeast Ohio’s incredibly rich history through rarely seen documents and artifacts.

Tour Guide to Fun couldn’t resist taking a seat at the congressional desk of Louis Stokes! Stokes was a prominent Cleveland attorney and the first African-American congressman from Ohio when he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1968, a position he held for 15 consecutive terms!

The Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum is a MUST for any tourist making their way to Cleveland! Historic cars, planes, boats; we’ve got a little bit of everything for everyone!

What kind of trip would it be if Tour Guide to Fun didn’t make a stop in at the incredible Research Library found at the Cleveland History Center? Find diverse collections that have a little something for everyone, including: scholars, students, genealogists, historians, hobbyists, government, media, and so many others!

Tour Guide to fun wanted to have a taste of the finer things in life, and what better place to take him than the dining room of our historic Hay-McKinney Mansion! This 20,000 square foot, Italian Renaissance Revival home is filled with 18th and early 19th century artifacts that capture what it must have been like to be the influential family that lived there. Needless to say, Tour Guide to Fun fit right in!

Talk about quite the trip around! Tour Guide to Fun finished their visit to the Cleveland History Center with a ride on the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel!  In 2014, nearly 45 years after the park closed, the carousel was restored and brought to its now permanent home at the Cleveland History Center!

Learn more about the places and photos above at
Cleveland History Center


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