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The Weather in Cleveland
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 23° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
A vacation home awaits at the Rock n Roll capital of Cleveland
Set on the pastoral shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland beguiles with its top-notch museums, nightlife, cultural calendar, and family-friendly options. There's history and architecture thrown in for good measure so take your pick from comfortably-furnished vacation rentals and condos, and come visit.
Foodie paradise, Cleveland
Cleveland's got it all from classic American fare to Amish treats, Mediterranean, Pan Asian, and modern cuisine. The century-old Shaker Square is perfect for people-watching at the sidewalk local cafes. The “Artisan Neighborhood” of Ohio City, meanwhile, is home to a host of ethnic eateries, hookah bars, and boutique markets selling choice cheeses, wines, and meats.
Do try the Cleveland-style Cassata Cake and Italian sponge cake made from custard, fresh cream, and strawberries.
Bastion of art and culture
The city's biggest claim to fame is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, home to memorabilia by John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, and other stalwarts of music history. Next up is the Cleveland Museum of Art where Impressionist and Surrealist masterpieces, as well as African, American and Asian art await. The Museum of Contemporary Art with its four stories of black steel is one geometrically-intriguing structure.
Cleveland's coolest galleries and art cafes can be found in the neighborhood of Tremont, a hipster favorite. The Detroit Shoreway district thrills with its vintage playhouses, experimental and improv theaters. Lastly, don't miss the 'World's Largest Outdoor Chandelier' at Playhouse Square.
The nights are always young
Cleveland's legendary nightlife scene demands that you partake in it. A good idea is to ride the West Side Shuffle shuttle service – it will take you from Downtown through Westside and the Warehouse District. The latter regales with its chic cocktail bars and live music venues, while University Circle caters to vintage rock and jazz lovers.
How about dancing the night away in an industrial-style nightclub in the Victorian District – it's just east of the Cuyahoga River.
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