1489 Crest Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, 44121, United States
Travel Tips for Cleveland Heights
"A beauty so close by!"
Although Cleveland Heights is a separate mailing address from Cleveland, I find that there is a seamless transition which is unusual for many other Cleveland suburbs. Once passing through the University Circle, Little Italy, and Case areas is where Cleveland Heights begins. It is a city filled with art, music, and simple fun.
The neighborhood is slightly wealthier and the landscaping in many of the homes is spectacular. It is often just a treat to drive through the area. One thing about the East side that westsiders hate....the roads! Since the east side developed first there roads are winding and hilly unlike the westsides tight gridlike system. Plus there is not any convenient highway access, so hopefully you like to drive!
If you are in the neighborhood, you must stop by because the atmosphere is very chill and laidback and the prices and parking are great!
YES! Cleveland rocks.
This city has a bad rap. I actually lived in Cleveland Heights, so I'm using that as the base for my Ohio travels, such as they were. Cleveland Heights is a great suburb; it's green, and friendly, and highly walkable, inexpensive (relatively), and home to an excellent library system, shared with nearby University Heights.
Growing up in Cleveland & Northeast Ohio (or where
Cleveland Ohio Rocks!! Home of Rock & Roll and it's Hall of Fame, Sports (Pittsburgh & NY Yankess suck), The Cleveland Art Museum (one of the best in the world) and the University Circle area, The world famous Cleveland Orchestra, Football Hall of Fame, NASA Lewis Research Center, The Cleveland Flats (if you are in Cleveland and you haven't gone to the clubs/nightlife in the Flats then you have not been to Cleveland!) Summer fun on the beaches of Lake Erie, the winerys of Lake Erie, beautiful country side sceans in the New England type towns of the Western Reserve (Chagrin & Chardon) and engaging, friendly, laid back, mid-western
Just East of Cleveland proper, Cleveland Heights is a verdant suburb known for historical architecture, racial diversity, and its close proximity to University Circle--Cleveland's Cultural District. Vistors to the area may enjoy walking along the Shaker Lakes, driving by the historical homes of North Park and Fairmount Boulevards, shopping in the eclectic/bohemian enclave known as Coventry Village, catching a play or concert at Cain Park, or eating at the many fine restaurants to be found in the commercial districts along Lee Road, Coventry, and Cedar/Fairmount.
While in the area, tourists will also want to visit the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Western Reserve Historical Society, as well as the other fine museums in University Circle.
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