Located in Cleveland’s University Circle, the Botanical Garden will be transformed into a festive winter wonderland full of seasonal cheer.
See Scuba Claus dive in 230,000 gallons of water and ask him questions while he visits with with aquatic friends. Plus engage in other fun activities!
Kicking off on Thursday, December 21, they have seven different themes over nine days for kids in kindergarten through eighth grade to choose from.
The Fine Arts Association production opens Thanksgiving weekend and runs through December 17.
Start a new family tradition and make memories over winter break while exploring the hands-on activities, programs and demonstrations at the Science Center.
Children ages 2 through 11 select a wooden toy to build with Santa’s elves, using drills, power screwdrivers, and of course hammer and nails. Kids then paint and decorate their new toy.
An ADA-accessible walkway and stairs lead down to the pier, which extends 200 feet into the water and provides public access to the region's greatest natural resource: Lake Erie.
In this holiday tradition, visitors draw cards and become the game piece as they play along.
The Science Center's newest special exhibition allows rail fans of all ages to get a closer look at the world of the railroads from locomotives to cabooses through hands-on exhibits.
Located inside Burke Lakefront Airport, you’ll find exhibits on Amelia Earhart, Harriet Quimby, Bessie Coleman (the first African American pilot) the women of WWII, rocket girls and more.