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Romantic Tour in Cleveland

Romantic Tour in Cleveland

Love is in the air! With Valentine’s Day approaching Cleveland has all kinds of romantic things to do for people of all ages! All of these activities encourage getting outdoors, even though it is cold, and enjoying all of the  beautiful places the city has to offer. 

To start, people can take a walking tour along the lakeshore to  enjoy the stunning views of Lake Erie.  Get off of Route 77 heading toward Cleveland and exit on East ninth street.  Follow it until it dead ends and park to explore historic landmarks, such as the old Coast Guard Station, the Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame, the Science Center, and Browns Stadium. 

Cleveland has so much to offer with many places to visit not only during Valentine’s Day, but year-round. 

Wade Park in University Circle has an abundance of places to visit, including the breathtaking botanical garden. The garden entrance fee is $20. There are so many beautiful flowers and plants you see as you walk through the greenhouse. The butterflies are unforgettable. 

 There is also the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, where people can go on self-guided tours learning about the fascinating history of the world. It is a very popular place to visit in Cleveland. The entrance fee is $7. 

These are perfect activities to spend time together, talk, reminisce, and take photos to capture a memory.  It is a perfect surprise gift and can make a day extra special.  While in this area, be sure to follow-up the museums/garden tours by visiting the restaurants of Little Italy.

Also located in Wade Park is the Cleveland Art Museum. The entrance is free and the paintings, sculptures, and art are breathtaking.

If museums sound boring, try something a little different like Loveanji, a business that makes paper flowers.   These flowers never die and stay fresh forever. People can build their own paper flower bouquets, so they come from the heart. Visit and select each flower in your bouquet.  

People can also take a stroll through anyone of  the Metroparks in their own backyards.  This lets them spend time in nature and it’s free.

The options are endless, from going out to staying in and doing something both people enjoy. Whatever the decision, whether it is with someone loved, a friend, or family member, go out and enjoy Valentine’s Day because love is always in the air! 

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Teagan Markovic, Staff Writer
Teagan is a senoir at BBHHS. This is her first year as a Hybreeze staff member. Teagan is part of Huddle, S.A.D.D, Key Club, and Track and Field. Teagan is excited to write for the Hybreeze!

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