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Twinsburg, OH 44087
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Arts & Museums
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage traces back the history of Jewish immigrants to the state. On display here are artifacts and collectibles that relate to the art, culture and heritage of the people. The museum is active in bringing the community together and conducts numerous workshops and activities for both the young and old. For more information, call ahead or check their website.
Free Will Baptist Church of Auburn was set up and built in 1830. It is located on Washington Street in Auburn Corners, Ohio. It is an example of Greek Revival style of architecture and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 28, 1976.
Originally the Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens comprised of 3,000 acres (1214.06 hectares) in 1916 and was built amid 1912-1915 for F. A. Seiberling. It featured a Tudor Revival 65-room Manor House and the largest landscape gardens. Today the grand estate has seized down to 70 acres (28.33 hectares) yet is one of the most elegant mansions and ornate gardens of the country. The mansion is one of the best examples of Tudor Revival architecture and has well kept period decor that gives a glimpse of a bygone era. The themed gardens such as the Breakfast Room Garden, English Garden, Birch Allee Vista, Japanese Garden, Lagoon and The Dell are a delight to all visitors. The Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens also houses the Corbin Conservatory, a beautiful Gothic style greenhouse and the Gate Lodge where Alcoholics Anonymous took form. Home to the Ohio Shakespeare Festival and The Annual Classic, Antique & Collector Car Show, a visit to this magnificent place is a must when in the city.
Pennello Gallery features a great selection of art and crafts from Canada, the United States, and Israel. Contemporary works are available for purchase here; you'll find great gifts for weddings and other special occasions. Sculpture, ceramics, glass, clocks, paintings, and other fine, expertly crafted goods line the shelves here. The style of the works features here ranges from abstract to humorous and includes everything in between, so you're sure to find something that catches your eye.
Kids get the chance to learn, explore, and play at The Children's Museum of Cleveland. Toddlers will love the Big Red Barn, where they can play in tunnels, climb ramps, and watch barn animal puppets. Older kids will love Splish! Splash!, an exhibit about weather and the water cycle. Raincoats are available for kids here to prevent their clothes from getting wet. Family events are frequently held here, so check the website to see if there's anything special coming up soon.
Trace the history of medicine at the Dittrick Museum of Medical History. Housed inside the Dittrick Medical History Center, the museum is a storehouse of rare medical books, records and objects that are fascinating to say the least. Browse through the collection of surgical equipment, medical instruments and exhibits. There are replicas of a doctor's cabin dating back to 1875 and 1930 that reinvents the old-world charm complete with a human skeleton and a fireplace. A gallery exhibits the history of contraception in the country as well.
Ever wondered how medicine was practiced in the past, before the advent of modern technology? Dittrick Medical History Center, located within Cleveland's Case Western Reserve University, takes visitors through the origins and advancement in this branch of science. The history center is home to archives, rare books and a museum, making it an ideal place for science enthusiasts, be it researchers or the layman. The collection includes doctor's offices from various eras, instruments, microscopes and more. The Contraception Gallery featuring Percy Skuy Collection, is a popular feature of this center.
The Museum of Contemporary Art, also known as the MOCA, has been credited with helping change the contemporary art scene in the city. MOCA features artwork from local, national and international artists. You will come across works by the likes of Iona Rozeal Brown, Julian Stanczak and Christain Wulffen. Apart from the permanent exhibits, the gallery also has temporary exhibits. The artwork displayed at MOCA redefines the art scene in Cleveland with its bold and outspoken displays.
The Cleveland Museum of Art, housed in a historic building dating back to 1916, displays some very precious paintings by renowned artists. You can check out the works of the Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams and Mario Avati. If you do not have the time to leisurely browse through all the exhibited works, sign up for guided tours which give you details of all the major exhibits. After you have explored the place, stop by the cafe for refreshments. To get information on the temporary exhibits and rotating showcases, check the website.
As the name would suggest, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History showcases exhibits on the wonders of nature. You will get to see different types of dinosaurs along with rare plants and animals. If stars and constellations interest you more, then visit the museum's Nathan and Fannye Shafran Planetarium that opened in 2002. This is a highly informative and interesting center that appeals to all ages.
Learn about the history of transportation and Ohio's role in it at the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum. Historically important, cars, aircraft, bicycles, and other vehicles are displayed here. Whether you're a history buff or a car aficionado, you'll find plenty of interesting activities and exhibits at this museum. The museum boasts 37 cars that are over 100 years old, antique carriages, and more.
The house built for the filming of A Christmas Story is now open for people to visit and explore. Check out the leg lamp that has become so popular since the movie made its debut. A museum and a gift shop are located across the street. The gift shop has jewelry, mugs, souvenirs, leg lamps, t-shirts, and even Lifebuoy soap. The merchandise that you buy here can be delivered to your home as well.