Downtown Cleveland Alliance



2nd Annual Hidden Cleveland Tours

hiddencleveland-blogOn Sunday, April 11th and Sunday, April 18th come out and experience hidden Cleveland! Cleveland is full of hidden history and architecture and for the 2nd year in a row the neighborhoods of Down & Aroundtown Cleveland are offering two tours that will give Clevelanders a chance to explore these hidden spaces. Guests will be told stories and backgrounds about each location and Lolly the Trolley will be transporting guests. Each tour ends at a local restaurant and includes light appetizers and drink specials.

Tour locations for each date are as follows:

Sunday, April 11th
Cleveland Public Library-Special Collections (325 Superior Avenue)
Hanna Theatre (2067 E. 14th Street)
Slovenian National Home (6409 Saint Clair Ave)
The Ukrainian Labor Temple (West 11th Street & Auburn Ave)

Sunday, April 18th
Intermuseum Conservation Association (2915 Detroit Avenue)
Asia Town Center (3820 Superior Avenue)
Kies-Murfey House (4208 Prospect Avenue)
Terminal Tower Observation Deck (50 Public Square)

Tickets for each tour are $25 and can be purchased online at

Down & Aroundtown Cleveland is a collaboration between Cleveland’s most central and metropolitan neighborhoods. Together, these districts offer the most dynamic mix of city life in our region. The 11 partnering organizations of Down & Aroundtown work together in order to market and promote the heart of the city. Whether it’s markets, art galleries, independent restaurants, Broadway shows or professional sports, down here you have it all!

Down & Aroundtown includes: Downtown Cleveland Alliance, Historic Warehouse District and Gateway Neighborhood, PlayhouseSquare, Ohio City, Tremont, Campus District, St. Clair Superior, Flats Oxbow, MidTown and AsiaTown

One Comment

  1. Posted April 7, 2010 at 2:13 pm | Permalink

    Looks great. I’ve got it on my calendar.
    Karen Schindler

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