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A historic garden cemetery founded in 1869, featuring the Garfield Monument, Wade Chapel, and the Rockefeller Obelisk.
Lolly the Trolley is a great way to get to know the lay of the land. Excellent one- and two-hour narrated tours take place aboard a fleet of replica trolley cars. The one-hour version concentrates on downtown Cleveland, skipping University Circle and the Lake Erie shoreline. Tours, which leave from the Powerhouse on the west bank of the Flats, are offered daily from May to October, but on Friday and Saturday only the rest of the year. The fare is $10 or $15 for adults, $9 or $14 for seniors, and $7 or $10 for kids from 2 to 17 years old. Reservations are required.
The lighthouse has become the symbol of the city. It served for years as a beacon for ships on Lake Erie. What tales it could tell of storms and shipwrecks, of dutiful serving and patient waiting! It was the steady beam on which captains depended as they sailed the lake.
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