On our road trip, we visited the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. It is located in the city right on the shore of Lake Erie, a really beautiful setting! The weather was hot, so our tongues are out a lot! Come with us to see what we found to see in the area.
The LONG LIVE ROCK sign is a photo must. People took turns, so it went pretty well. Because the sign is so big, we look really small. We also decided to do a shot together with Mom.
This place is on the registry of historic places in Ohio, being the birth place of Rock ‘n Roll.
Johnny Cash’s tour bus from 1979 is now parked at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! He purchased this forty foot long bus back in 1979 and spent $553,000 dollars having it customized in Columbus, Ohio. We did not get to go inside, but it is a nice looking bus on the outside.
The area down by the lake is just beautiful. We didn’t get to go into the lake but it was nice being by the water where it was not quite as warm as up by the Hall of Fame. There is even a lighthouse behind us but it is a bit too small to see.
Our final stop as you can see is the Cleveland sign. What a great place for a photo, right? The city looks beautiful in the background on the gorgeous day we were there. People were super nice and offered to take a photo of all four of us which was super nice. Mom’s cousin traveled with us for part of our road trip. If you are traveling near Cleveland, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a place we highly recommend stopping at. The Brown’s stadium is also about a block away if you are a Cleveland Browns fan.
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