Fun, free, and fantastically stunning, the Cleveland Museum of Art is the top spot to see over 45,000 works of art spanning over 6,000 years.This art museum is one of the world’s most distinguished comprehensive art museums, as well as one of Northeast Ohio’s principal civic and cultural institutions. Inside this 1913 era building, you will find the some of the world's greatest art, the entire complex holding the highest ‘aesthetic, int, and professional standards’, striving to serve for the ‘greater benefit of all people forever.’. Inside you will see iconic permanent exhibits, ever-rotating special exhibits, and so much more. Some of the most popular collections inside include Pastels, 18th Century Prints and Drawings, Art from India, Frida Kahlo works, and the Gothic Table Foundation's collection.
One of the best things about this museum is the selection of tours available to take, including such classics as the Daily Guided Tour, Art in the Afternoon, Stroller Tours, Gallery Tours, School Tours, Adult Tours, and CMAtennial Tours. Our favorites? The Art in the Afternoon, geared toward those with Alzheimer’s, aiming to lift spirits, engage minds, and provide a great social interaction, as well as the Daily Guided Tour, giving any guest a new perspective and great storytelling on the art. Depending on your time of visit you may be here during a special event, lecture, film screening, or live performance. You will most likely work up an appetite if you stay here long enough to see everything, so save plenty of time to head over to Provenance before you go, the fancy and fresh French bistro seating 78 for brunch, lunch, and dinner comfortably. There is also a Museum Store and Library to check out, if interested.