Cleveland History Days Schedule - Sunday June 25


Take A Hike® - Playhouse Square Tour 

10 – 11:30 am at Bulkley Building, 1501 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, 44115

Enjoy a 90-minute guided walking tour of Playhouse Square theaters and district. Playhouse Square is the largest performing arts center in the country outside of New York and a fully developed mixed-use neighborhood.

Event is free to attend; however, registration is requested. 



Open House at the Historic B&O Roundhouse

11 am – 4 pm at The Historic B&O Roundhouse, 2800 West 3rd Street, Cleveland 44113

The Midwest Railway Preservation Society invites you to learn how railroads helped make Cleveland become an industrial giant. Enjoy a tour of the roundhouse and railyard. Short train rides will be offered during the tour. The roundhouse and rail yard is a working facility. Please, no open toed shoes or flip-flops. 

Requested Sunday admission:

  • $10 for adults (ages 13+)
  • $5 for children 5-12
  • Free for kids 4 and under 

Registration is preferred but not required.



Celebrating Canals Open House at Cuyahoga Valley National Park

11 am-3 pm at Canal Exploration Center, 7104 Canal Rd., Valley View, 44125

Meet costumed interpreters to explore the Ohio & Erie Canal in the 1830s, see a lock model demonstration, and meet people from the 19th century in this four-hour open house suitable for all ages. Make a craft or play a historic game in this free event brought to you by the National Park Service. 

Free to attend. Registration is not required.


Cleveland's Sacred Spaces - Led by noted Architectural Historian, Tim Barrett

2 pm at St. Coleman Catholic Church, 2027 W 65th St., Cleveland 44102

Cleveland's melting pot of cultures has given us places of worship that rival those found in great European cities.  Often called God's jewel box, the Church of St. Colman was intentionally built as a status symbol visually proclaiming the Irish could build with the best of them.  It houses some the region's finest marble, alabaster and mosaic works made by Irish artisans in Dublin, Ireland.

Free to attend. Registration is requested.



Photo by Dan Musson


Paul Kovac's Big Grass Band at Lake View Cemetery

4-6 pm at James A. Garfield Memorial, Lake View Cemetery, 12316 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 44106 

Put on your dancing shoes and bring your friends. Free concerts on the lawn of James A. Garfield Memorial. Paul Kovac’s Big Grass Band will be performing. Picnics and lawn chairs welcome.

Free to attend but registration is requested.


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