Cleveland June 16, 2018
Visit This Historic Neighborhood In Cleveland For An Unforgettable Day Trip
Cleveland is a charming city with a small town attitude, making it a friendly place to live in and explore. However, if you are looking for a truly unforgettable experience in the city, your focus should shift to one of its many artsy neighborhoods. Here, people are relaxed, live life at their own pace, and thrive in a world overflowing with culture. Are you ready for a day trip? This one community is too beautiful to resist.
Welcome to Tremont!
This pretty neighborhood is just a stone's throw from Downtown Cleveland and it features a totally different atmosphere. Overflowing with art galleries and great food, there truly isn't a friendly spot in The Land.
Tremont is a historic neighborhood, featuring sites that offer glimpses into Cleveland's distant and not-so-distant past.
From historic churches like St. Vladimir's Ukrainian Orthodox Church to the giant slumbering bridges on the Cuyahoga River, there is beauty and a story everywhere the eye lands.
This community is so beautiful and charming that it has been featured on the big screen...
Recognize this cozy home? Tucked away at 3159 West 11th St., this house is now a museum, as it once served as the iconic home of Ralphie Parker in
A Christmas Story. The house was used for various exterior shots in the beloved movie, and today it is open to the public all year round.
...More than once, actually.
St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral is a place where many local families, including my own, worshiped and socialized. Not only is its beauty mesmerizing to locals, but it once entertained an international audience in
The Deer Hunter.
You'll find that this quaint neighborhood is overflowing with diversity, particularly when it comes to delicious food.
Sokolowski's University Inn is one of Cleveland's most famous restaurants, and it is tucked in this gem of a neighborhood. Since 1923, the Sokolowski family has made much of Greater Cleveland feel right at home with classic Polish comfort food in a cafeteria-style setting. You will find this Cleveland fixture at 1201 University Rd., and you'll also find a glimpse back in time in a community that was once heavily settled by immigrants.
And if the city's many historic businesses aren't enough to quench your thirst for knowledge, you might as well swing by a museum or two.
The Ukrainian Museum-Archives is one of Cleveland's hidden gems, and it's too fascinating to skip out on. Located at 1202 Kenilworth Ave., this incredible destination preserves the stories of the European immigrants that helped shape the charming community of Tremont. Be sure to swing by Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
The Spotted Owl, located at 710 Jefferson Ave., is the perfect place to wet your whistle after your adventure.
This quirky cocktail bar is unlike anything you've ever seen. Nestled between Professor and West 7th, this cozy little hangout opens at 5 p.m. to entertain you all through the evening hours.
Sometimes, the best way to enjoy a community is to embark on an adventure and just see where you end up.
There is simply so much to discover in Tremont. From art galleries to public parks and flea markets, you'll fall in love with this perfect little community.
And sometimes, you will find, incredible splendor is hiding in plain sight.
There is much to see and do in the City of Cleveland, but its Tremont neighborhood is almost too beautiful to be real. It is home to countless art galleries and historic places, and it will soon be the backdrop to your next adventure.
Looking for more local fun? You can’t go wrong with these
12 charming communities.