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Earlier known as South Side Park and renamed in 1896, Lincoln Park serves as a gathering spot for the residents of Tremont. A bird's eye view shows a rectangular park divided diagonally and horizontally by paved pathways that are lined by trees. You will find families and groups lounging on the soft grass as they enjoy the greenery and cool breeze. The large, open space also serves as a great spot for kids to play games, as well as a venue for public events.
Founded in 1938, Cain Park is a park, a concert venue and an event space. Housing an amphitheater, an outdoor theater and an art gallery, the park is the hub of artistic and cultural activity. Enjoy cabarets, art, dance and music festival, concerts, exhibitions and a lot more. The park also has some great recreational facilities. Walking paths, skate park, playgrounds for children and numerous picnic tables make Cain Park a great place for exercising or simply soaking up the sun during summer. If you decide to visit, definitely remember to keep a look out for their great events.
West Side Market brings together a group of more than 100 vendors selling their wares to locals and tourists alike. The heritage building housing the stalls was constructed in 1912 as an indoor marketplace and has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The market itself began operations in 1840 and is Cleveland's oldest public market. People come here as much for admiring the building's marvelous architecture as buying fresh produce and local specialties. Aromatic herbs, spices, oils, nuts, poultry, seafood and meat are just a few of the food categories found here. You can also shop for processed foods, baked items, fresh vegetables and fruits, dairy products and flowers. Groups can arrange a planned tour of the market in cooperation with the Market Office.
In the heart of Ohio, you'll find Little Italy, Cleveland's Italian oasis. This neighborhood prides itself on its history, values, customs and traditions. The Italian influences are evident in the restaurants and boutiques lining the street, as well as in the warm hospitality of the people who reside there. A must visit while touring the city, this place is also popular for hosting local events.
This is the nation's oldest civic garden, dating back to 1930. It is divided into herb, wildflower, rose, perennial and Japanese gardens. More than 3000 species of trees and shrubs fill the garden. This non-profit community resource center offers information on landscaping and horticulture. The garden library has a section for youngsters, and visitors can choose from several programs such as preschoolers' storytimes, crafts and gardening classes.
Progressive Field (formerly known as Jacobs Field) is a fantastic facility created explicitly for baseball. It has become one of the well known landmarks of the city. With 122 suites and a seating capacity of 43,545, it is a great home for all of Clevelend's baseball heroes. Progressive Field is a very unique venue for holding events such as a meeting or a large-scale celebration. Gourmet catering is also offered and the meeting rooms are very well-equipped, as are the banquet facilities.