Shaker Historical Museum 16740 S Park Blvd, Cleveland, OH44120 The Shaker Historical Society and Museum was created in 1947 to preserve the history of the North Union Shaker Community…More and Shaker Heights, a suburb listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum displays a collection of more than 1,700 pieces, a library and archive with primary and secondary materials. A variety of educational programs are available for students and adults. The building is located on the site of the former North Union Shaker Colony; the property is administered by the Ohio Historical Society.
The Alcazar 2450 Derbyshire Rd, Cleveland, OH44106 The Alcazar in Cleveland Heights is a unique center for senior independent living, furnished housing for people who need…More a temporary place to stay and five bed and breakfast rooms that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Bed and breakfast guests at the Alcazar are treated to a continental breakfast, free wireless Internet, indoor parking and 24-hour concierge and front desk service. Every room in the Alcazar is uniquely trimmed, and the building is a Spanish Moorish design. The Alcazar is located just off the Cedar Fairmount district and close to restaurants and shopping. Rates start at $89 per night for a single room with private bath, and call the front desk for more information on the independent living units and furnished housing.
Severance Hall, the home of the Franz Welser-Most-led Cleveland Orchestra, has been a cultural and architectural…More landmark in Cleveland since 1931. The building is recognized by both the Cleveland Landmarks Commission and the National Register of Historic Places.
A major $36-million restoration was finished in January 2000, led by David M. Schwartz Architectural Services, which sought to maintain the architectural legacy of the structure while enhancing patron services and the acoustics of the auditorium. The orchestra performs on a seasonal schedule, mostly on weekends and occasionally weekdays.