A Historic Landmark
Nicknamed “Cleveland’s Crystal Palace” when it opened in 1890, The Arcade has long been downtown’s epicenter for shopping and dining. It’s an attraction unto itself and a “can’t miss” for anyone looking to explore a slice of Cleveland history.
Getting Around Cleveland
With the East 4th Street Entertainment District, the House of Blues and Progressive Field & Quicken Loans Arena steps away, plus just about every other attraction within a short ride, The Arcade Cleveland is surrounded by fun things to do and see.
The Gateway District
The constantly evolving Gateway District is both Cleveland’s most visited neighborhood and its greatest up-and-coming area. From concerts and comedy shows to sporting events and over 60 restaurants and bars, good times beckon every day of the year.