Cleveland’s renovated Public Square now a thriving hub for the city’s downtown
Of all the changes that have taken place in downtown Cleveland, one of the most significant and obvious is Public Square. Nestled in-between some of the city’s tallest buildings, the six acre epicenter was largely ignored for years. In 2014, corporations and foundations joined forces to support a full-scale renovation, resulting in a transformation that has become the face of Cleveland’s renaissance.
Visitors get up close and personal with wildlife at new Perkins Wildlife Center
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is one of the cultural gems in Northeast Ohio. Its programming is critical in helping visitors connect with, understand, and learn about protecting natural resources. The museum recently unveiled its dynamic new outdoor wildlife center. The Ralph Perkins II Wildlife Center & Woods Garden – Presented by KeyBank is an innovative 2-acre outdoor gallery showcasing live native Ohio animals and plants.