Take a Hike,presented by Dollar Bank, was featured on Cleveland 19 News by Tiffani Tucker on Tuesday, August 25th. The Playhouse Square tour had over 100 people enjoying the history, dazzle, theatrical performances (both inside the theatres and on the tour!) and a beautiful night in Cleveland as the group explored the neighborhood.
One of five tours to choose from, including the Gateway District, Warehouse District, Civic Center, Canal Basin Park in the Flats and Playhouse Square, Take a Hike offers free summer fun through September 16th. Check back soon for information about the Extended Take a Hike season, which will kick off in October.
To view the Channel 19 segment for a peek at the Playhouse Square tour, click here.
The program is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture. The tours also receive generous support from Ohio & Erie Canalway and Downtown Cleveland Alliance.
For the complete tour schedule, click here.
Take a Hike is pleased to be part of Destination Cleveland’s #ThisisCLE Summer Challenge. “Do you have a friend who thinks they can’t find anything to do in Cleveland? We challenge you to change their mind. Grab a buddy and complete a Summer Challenge task before heading to thisiscleveland.com/thisisclechallenge to tell Destination Cleveland your story for a chance to win an overnight escape in Downtown Cleveland.”
The contest was highlighted on cleveland.com here, or you can find more information here. Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation encourages you to “take a hike” and share your story as part of the contest!
Take a Hike is an award-winning Heritage Tourism program presented by Dollar Bank. Attendees can enjoy tours of the Gateway District, Warehouse District, Playhouse Square neighborhood, Canal Basin Park in the Flats and the Civic Center. Each tour highlights the history, architecture and future plans of the tour areas while featuring talented local actors and actresses portraying important Clevelanders from the past. You may “meet” Coach Paul Brown, Alan Freed, Garrett Morgan, Congresswoman Frances Payne Bolton or others along the way! History truly comes to life on the streets of Cleveland.
Admission is free. Donations are encouraged to help match grants and fund future tours. Each tour lasts approximately an hour and a half in length, and tours do go rain or shine.
This program is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture. The tours also receive generous support from Ohio & Erie Canalway and Downtown Cleveland Alliance.
To view the complete tour schedule and details on how to “take a hike”, click here.