ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME
Located 40 minutes from the hotel, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation was established on April 20, 1983 by Atlantic Records founder and chairman, Ahmet Ertegun. Cleveland was selected as the permanent home of the Rock Hall in 1986. Since it's opening in 1995, over 10 million visitors have explored the archived history of some of the best known and most influential figures associated with the development of rock and roll.
1100 E. 9th Street | Cleveland, OH | 44114
QUICKEN LOANS ARENA
Also known as "The Q", Quicken Loans Arena is home to the 2016 NBA Championship Cleveland Cavaliers, the AHL Cleveland Monsters, and the AFL Cleveland Gladiators. Quicken Loans Arena is also host to several team sports events, college sports events, and concerts.
1 Center Court | Cleveland, OH | 44115
Home of the Major League Baseball team, the Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field is located in downtown Cleveland, just 40 minutes from The Hotel at Oberlin. The ballpark features several unique features such as 19 white vertical light towers, a 19-foot high wall, known as the "Little Green Monster" in left field, and bullpens raised above the playing field so fans can see the pitchers warming up.
2401 Ontario Street | Cleveland, OH |44115
CEDAR POINT AMUSEMENT PARK
Located in Sandusky, OH, Cedar Point opened in 1870, making it the second oldest operating amusement park in the United States. Cedar Point is open annually from early May through Labor Day weekend and features 72 rides, including 17 roller coasters, six of which are taller than 200 feet.
1 Cedar Point Drive | Sandusky, OH | 44870