Museums in Cleveland – Virtual Tour
Cleveland is located on the southern shore of Lake Erie. It was founded in 1796 near the mouth of the Cuyahoga River.
It became a manufacturing center based on its location on the lakeshore and its connection to many significant canals and railroad lines.
Cleveland has many excellent museums and the museums that will be featured by the “Joy of Museums” including:
Virtual Tour of Museums in Cleveland
Highlights Tour of Museums in Cleveland
The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) is an art museum, internationally renowned for its holdings of Asian and Egyptian art, the museum’s collection has a diverse permanent collection of more than 45,000 works of art from around the world.
The Cleveland Museum of Art, in addition to its permanent collection, provides special exhibitions, lectures, films, and musical programs.
The department of performing arts, music, and film hosts a film series and the museum’s Performing Arts events.
The USS Cod, a Gato-class submarine, was commissioned in 1943 and fought in World War II and participated in training exercises during the Cold War. Today it is a Museum Ship and a US National Historic Landmark.
The 5-inch, 25 caliber Wet Gun on the Main Deck, has a stainless steel liner inside the barrel to resist corrosion from seawater. This Gun was designed so that it can be submerged and flooded without harm to the Gun.
The Forward Torpedo Room served as both a torpedo handling area and a berthing area for 15 crewmen.
The forward and after torpedo rooms were the preferred sleeping quarters because the rooms were quieter and cooler than the main crew berthing compartment amidships. The bunks were mounted in the spaces between the torpedoes.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum recognizes and archives the history of the influential artists, producers, and engineers who had a significant influence on the development of Rock and Roll.
The Great Lakes Science Center is a Science museum and educational facility. The NASA Glenn Visitor Center is located in Great Lakes Science Center and offers galleries, interactive exhibits, plus fascinating Space Exploration artifacts.
The Scientific Exhibits of the Great Lakes Science Center and NASA Glenn Visitor Center includes the Skylab 3 Apollo Command Module.
- City: Cleveland
- Country: United States
- State: Ohio
- Founded: 1796
- Incorporated: 1814 (village); 1836 (city)
- Named for: General Moses Cleaveland
- Population: 2 million
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