Home to Progressive Field, Quicken Loans Arena, East 4th Street, five hotels, unique stores and over 60 restaurants and bars, the Gateway District is the most visited neighborhood in Downtown Cleveland.
Some may even call it the Hospitality Zone. From concerts to sporting events, comedy to culinary delights, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Explore the Gateway District with a free, guided walking tour May through September by taking advantage of the Take a Hike program.
Dine at Lola, home of the Iron Chef, Michael Symon, or stroll through the Arcade, the country’s first large-scale indoor shopping mall. You won’t want to miss the historic Colonial and Euclid Arcades, now home of the Colonial Marketplace, for casual dining options, boutique shops and the Baseball Heritage Museum. And, don’t forget to stop by one of the team shops to pick up your Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians or Monsters souvenirs!
Just steps away from the Horseshoe Casino, visitors will be delighted by the variety of entertainment options within walking distance in this historic and lively neighborhood. Some may even choose to bring their bikes as they plan to explore the City since the Bike Rack, the region’s first full-service bicycle parking and commuter center, is conveniently located here. As you plan your visit, be sure to check out the publication “Sensational Places, Historic Spaces.” To learn more about Downtown Cleveland, check out Downtown Cleveland Alliance’s newest video “This is Downtown”.
The Gateway District has so much to offer. You, your family and friends will want to return again and again!