15 Fun Tours in Cleveland Actually Worth Going On

Whether you're discovering all that Cleveland has to offer for yourself for the first time, getting to know the city a little better, or showing an out-of-towner around, there are plenty of fun options for tours that you'll actually enjoy going on. From music to food to history to local landmarks, the experts are ready to show you what you've been missing.

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Asiatown Food Tour
A tour of Asiatown’s food spots? Sign us up. Presented by Night Market Cleveland and CleFoodies, eat your way through the midwest’s second largest Asiatown, sampling all of the different cuisines it has to offer.
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Asiatown Food Tour


A tour of Asiatown’s food spots? Sign us up. Presented by Night Market Cleveland and CleFoodies, eat your way through the midwest’s second largest Asiatown, sampling all of the different cuisines it has to offer.

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 Relish Cleveland
Relish Cleveland is offering unique food tours around Cleveland. They currently offer an Ohio City tour, which explores the West Side Market, Ohio City Farm and other hot spots around Ohio City. They also offer private tours and a Hingetown tour is coming soon.
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Relish Cleveland


Relish Cleveland is offering unique food tours around Cleveland. They currently offer an Ohio City tour, which explores the West Side Market, Ohio City Farm and other hot spots around Ohio City. They also offer private tours and a Hingetown tour is coming soon.

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 Cleveland’s Underground Railroad Tour
Curated by Cleveland State University’s Center for Public History, this tour takes visitors to six different locations on the Underground Railroad around Northeast Ohio, including sites in East Cleveland, Cleveland, Old Brooklyn and Shaker Heights.
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Cleveland’s Underground Railroad Tour


Curated by Cleveland State University’s Center for Public History, this tour takes visitors to six different locations on the Underground Railroad around Northeast Ohio, including sites in East Cleveland, Cleveland, Old Brooklyn and Shaker Heights.

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 Cleveland Historical Society Tours
The Cleveland Historical Society is currently offering 34 unique tours around Cleveland. Music History and Venues, Irish Immigration, Sports, Civil War Cleveland, North Union Shakers, Coventry Village, Millionaire’s Row, African Americans in Cleveland, Iconic Architecture, Slavic Village and The Churches of Tremont are just some of the awesome tours offered. 
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Cleveland Historical Society Tours


The Cleveland Historical Society is currently offering 34 unique tours around Cleveland. Music History and Venues, Irish Immigration, Sports, Civil War Cleveland, North Union Shakers, Coventry Village, Millionaire’s Row, African Americans in Cleveland, Iconic Architecture, Slavic Village and The Churches of Tremont are just some of the awesome tours offered.

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Playhouse Square Tour
Always had a desire to see what happens behind the scenes at the world renowned Playhouse Square? Now you can with the tour through these five beautiful theaters at the largest performing arts center outside of New York City.
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Playhouse Square Tour


Always had a desire to see what happens behind the scenes at the world renowned Playhouse Square? Now you can with the tour through these five beautiful theaters at the largest performing arts center outside of New York City.

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 Nautica Queen Tour
Check out Cleveland's coastline with a narrated tour on the Nautica Queen. Ticket rates vary depending on the day and meal time, but start at $27.95 for adults.
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Nautica Queen Tour


Check out Cleveland's coastline with a narrated tour on the Nautica Queen. Ticket rates vary depending on the day and meal time, but start at $27.95 for adults.

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 Visit League Park
Cy Young threw out the first pitch when League Park opened at the corner of Lexington and East 66th. The Tribe won the 1920 World Series there. Babe Ruth hit his 500th homerun at the park. Though it was mostly torn down in 1951, parts of the park remain, and Cleveland has plans to renovate the space.
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Visit League Park


Cy Young threw out the first pitch when League Park opened at the corner of Lexington and East 66th. The Tribe won the 1920 World Series there. Babe Ruth hit his 500th homerun at the park. Though it was mostly torn down in 1951, parts of the park remain, and Cleveland has plans to renovate the space.

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 Take A Hike Walking Tour
Every week mid-May through mid-September you can explore downtown through Take A Hike! A program of the Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation, Take A Hike offers five free guided walking tours of downtown neighborhoods complete with actors portraying historic Clevelanders. Warehouse District neighborhood tours take place Saturday mornings.  For more information, visit 
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Take A Hike Walking Tour



Every week mid-May through mid-September you can explore downtown through Take A Hike! A program of the Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation, Take A Hike offers five free guided walking tours of downtown neighborhoods complete with actors portraying historic Clevelanders. Warehouse District neighborhood tours take place Saturday mornings. For more information, visit

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 Lake View Cemetery
The final resting place of John D. Rockefeller, Eliot Ness, Revolutionary War soldiers, Ray Chapman and more famous and influential people than we have time to name, Lake View Cemetery offers awesome tours of the property. It’s also, of course, home to the President Garfield memorial. The view from the second floor balcony is one of the most majestic and underrated in the whole city. 
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Lake View Cemetery


The final resting place of John D. Rockefeller, Eliot Ness, Revolutionary War soldiers, Ray Chapman and more famous and influential people than we have time to name, Lake View Cemetery offers awesome tours of the property. It’s also, of course, home to the President Garfield memorial. The view from the second floor balcony is one of the most majestic and underrated in the whole city.

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 Discover My Cleveland
Discover My Cleveland offers a bunch of awesome tours around town. They offer a museum tour, a Cleveland wine tour, an Amish country tour, a holiday tour, a Cleveland beer tour and others.
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Discover My Cleveland


Discover My Cleveland offers a bunch of awesome tours around town. They offer a museum tour, a Cleveland wine tour, an Amish country tour, a holiday tour, a Cleveland beer tour and others.

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