Lotus Owners Gathering 38

Cleveland, Ohio

August 10-13, 2018

Things To Do:

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1100 Rock and Roll Blvd

Cleveland, OH 44114-1023

(216) 781-7625

www.rockhall.com

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is alive with the energy, passion and the spirit of music we celebrate. The 150,000 square-foot museum features seven floors, four theaters for films and ever-changing exhibits. Get a front row feeling for 30+ years of induction performance highlights through the all-new Power of Rock Experience. You can spend as little as an hour, or up to an entire day exploring all the Rock Hall’s exhibits. Right here in Cleveland, Ohio, you will find the only museum devoted to the story of rock and roll! Photos (w/o flash) and video encouraged!

Pro Football Hall of Fame

2121 George Halas Dr NW

Canton, OH 44708-2699

(330) 456-8207

www.profootballhof.com

Visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame and create unforgettable family memories. Teach your kids about the Legends of the Game in the historic Bronzed Bust Gallery. Make the call in our interactive replay booth. Take a family photo next to the iconic Lombardi Trophy. Witness the Super Bowl like never before in our Super Bowl 50 Theater and see the full collection of all 50 Super Bowl rings. Be the first to experience two new attractions now open…A Game for Life, an immersive holographic theater experience for the entire family and the Hunt/Casterline Pro Football Hall of Fame Card Collection – the largest and most valuable football card collection in the world!

Holden Arboretum

9550 Sperry Rd

Kirtland, OH 44094-5149

(440) 946-4400

www.holdenarb.org

The Holden Arboretum is 3,600 acres of the most beautiful gardens and natural areas in Northeast Ohio, including the Holden Wildflower Garden, featuring Ohio native plants; the Holden Butterfly Garden, which attracts hummingbirds and butterflies; the 20-acre Layer Rhododendron Garden and the 4.5 acre Paine Rhododendron Discovery Garden; and collections of lilacs, viburnums, crabapples and conifers. The Arboretum includes the Murch Canopy Walk and the Kalberer Emergent Tower, which are open from April 1 through Nov. 1. Guided walking tours of the grounds are available from April through May, and tram tours are available May through October. Winter activities include snowshoe hikes in January and February, weather permitting.

Cedar Point: The Roller Coaster Capital of the World

1 Cedar Point Dr

Sandusky, OH 44870

(419) 627-2350

www.cedarpoint.com

Cedar Point, opened in 1870, is a 364-acre amusement park located on a Lake Erie peninsula in Sandusky, Ohio. Known as “America’s Roller Coast”, the park features a world-record 71 rides, including 16 roller coasters. Its newest roller coaster, Valravn, opened in May 2016. It is the only amusement park in the world with five roller coasters taller than 200 feet (61 m) – Magnum XL-200Millennium ForceWicked TwisterTop Thrill Dragster, and Valravn. Cedar Point has received the Golden Ticket Award for “Best Amusement Park in the World” from Amusement Today many times and the park is the most visited seasonal amusement park in the United States.

Hard Rock Rocksino at Northfield Park

10777 Northfield Rd

Northfield, OH 44067

(330) 908-7625

www.hrrocksinonorthfieldpark.com

Hard Rock is proud to align our world-famous brand with the birthplace of Rock ‘n’ Roll and bring to northeast Ohio the thrilling gaming action, exhilarating nightlife and tantalizing culinary options that can only be delivered by the Hard Rock. Its rock spirit and limitless energy makes for a perfect pairing with Northfield Park’s world-famous racetrack.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

(330) 657-2752

www.nps.gov/cuva

The Cuyahoga Valley National Park lies along the Cuyahoga River between the Ohio cities of Cleveland and Akron. The Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail is a restored section of the canal’s original towpath. In the park’s north, the Canal Exploration Center details the 19th-century waterway’s history. Towering Brandywine Falls located at 8176 Brandywine Road in Sagamore Hills is one of several waterfalls. The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad runs through the park.

Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field

2401 Ontario St

Cleveland, OH 44115

(216) 420-4487

www.mlb.com/indians

The Cleveland Indians have played at Progressive Field since 1994 and are the defending American League champions. The Indians are scheduled to be in town if you want to catch a game before or after LOG.

Other Areas to Explore & Places to Shop

Amish Country – Middlefield and Burton www.amishcountryinsider.com

Thorncreek Winery – 155 Treat Road, Aurora http://www.thorncreekwinery.com

Chagrin Falls is about 15 minutes from Aurora. It’s a cute town with little shops, restaurants, and a gazebo in the town square. See the waterfalls, shop on Main Street, and have some ice cream at the Chagrin Falls Popcorn Shop. http://yourhometownchagrinfalls.com

Downtown Hudson Shopping District – To call First & Main a unique shopping experience is an understatement. You will find a collection of national, regional and local merchants carefully placed in the midst of a historic brick street, grassy village greens and inventive streetscapes. This collection of stores and restaurants are unlike any other shopping destination. First & Main welcomes people to shop, dine, recreate and entertain. Make a day of it and share the experience of First & Main. http://www.firstandmainhudson.com/shop

Aurora Farms Premium Outlet Stores located 2.5 miles from the Bertram Inn at 549 S. Chillicothe Road in Aurora. http://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlet/aurora-farms

Beachwood Place & Legacy Village located 18 miles away in Beachwood Ohio are upscale shopping venues. www.beachwoodplace.com and http://www.legacy-village.com

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