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Cleveland Neighborhood Map
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Neighborhoods in Cleveland
Our Cleveland neighborhood map shows you the sights and sounds of “Forest City”. From the downtown district to the historic Tremont area, this map is your guide to Cleveland’s neighborhoods.
The heart of the city is Downtown Cleveland. It’s filled with iconic landmarks like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Playhouse Square, and the East 4th Street entertainment district. It’s the center of all the action in Cleveland, which features the historic Arcade. This is one of America’s first indoor shopping centers.
Just south of Downtown, Tremont is known for its Victorian architecture and views of the city skyline. Tremont is home to Lincoln Park, which hosts a variety of community events throughout the year. Don’t forget about its annual Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival.
Located just west of Downtown Cleveland, Lakewood is a suburb in very close proximity to Lake Erie. Families choose this neighborhood because of its parks and green spaces. This includes Lakewood Park, where you can take photos with views of the lake.
Located in the Cleveland Heights suburb, Coventry Village has an unconventional atmosphere. One example is the famous Grog Shop music venue. This neighborhood also has a nice mix of vintage stores, record shops, and bookstores.
Located in the southwest part of Cleveland, Old Brooklyn is a family-friendly neighborhood with a strong sense of community. Old Brooklyn is known for its annual Hooley on Kamm’s Corners, a lively street festival celebrating Irish culture. It’s also home to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, one of the oldest zoos in the U.S.
Located just west of Downtown, Ohio City is known for its food and craft beer scene. It is also home to the famous West Side Market, Cleveland’s oldest operating indoor/outdoor market. This is where you can find a wide array of fresh produce, meats, and specialty foods.
As the educational hub of Cleveland, University Circle is home to several world-class institutions. This includes the Cleveland Museum of Art and Severance Hall (home of the Cleveland Orchestra). It also offers picnic and green spaces like the Cleveland Botanical Garden.
Situated near University Circle, Little Italy is a culturally rich neighborhood. Its major plus is its authentic Italian restaurants, pastry shops, and art galleries. Little Italy also hosts the annual Feast of the Assumption. This street festival celebrates Italian culture and tradition.
Situated along the Lake Erie shoreline, Detroit-Shoreway is an up-and-coming neighborhood. It’s undergone significant revitalization in recent years. The neighborhood is home to the Gordon Square Arts District, featuring theaters, art studios, and a variety of cultural events.
Situated on Cleveland’s west side, Kamm’s Corners is known for its streetscape and local businesses. It also provides easy access to nearby outdoor attractions, such as the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Reservation.