Cleveland Museum of Art
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Free since its opening, beautiful and recently updated. My favorite spot in Cleveland, 2nd ranked Museum in the US and still underrated.
Amazing collection of art. Museum itself is beautiful. So much to see. It is free except for special exhibitions.
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