There’s So Much To Discover In These Exuberant Gardens In Cleveland

While Cleveland is beautiful in every season, the warmer months are particularly beloved by locals. As the landscape is infused with new life and vitality, we are drawn to places seeped in natural splendor. One of the most vibrant parks in the entire city is Rockefeller Park, a plot of land donated by John D. Rockefeller himself in 1886. The land he provided connected Lake Erie to Shaker Heights via a chain of public parks, shaped by public roadways and the path of the mostly-underground Doan Brook. At the heart of his park is an incredible assortment of cultural gems, and they truly come to life in a magical way during the spring and summer months.

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This unique collection of gardens right here in Cleveland is unlike anything else in the nation. Which of these upcoming events will you be attending?

If you enjoyed learning about these unique gardens, you’ll love seeing these vintage photos of Rockefeller Park over the years.