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Cleveland Cultural Gardens


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10823 Magnolia Dr.
Cleveland, OH 44106
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: 216-220-3075


Cleveland Cultural Gardens


(??.? miles from you)

10823 Magnolia Dr.
Cleveland, OH 44106
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Lush canopies shade sculptures of some of the world's most famous poets, artists, and historical figures at The Cleveland Cultural Gardens.

Depicted in the gardens are the poets, musicians, philosophers, s

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Why You Should Go...

Lush canopies shade sculptures of some of the world's most famous poets, artists, and historical figures at The Cleveland Cultural Gardens.

Depicted in the gardens are the poets, musicians, philosophers, scientists, and others who have contributed to the cultures of the world. Each designed by a distinct cultural or nationality group, some 32 dedicated gardens adorn the drive along Martin Luther King and East Boulevards in Rockefeller Park.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

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Insider Info

Reserve a spot on a guided tour of the Cultural Gardens by calling 216-220-3075.

Fun Facts

Many gardens have planted native to their countries of origin. The Turkish Garden, for example, is full of tulips in the spring, as tulips originated in Turkey

The tallest statues in the park are of Gandhi in the Indian Garden and the writers Goethe and Schiller in the German Garden.

The Cultural Gardens feature events throughout the year; in June, the Hungarian Garden hosts a Franz Liszt concert and Opera in the Italian Garden (also featuring ballet) takes place in July. The African American Garden has a Juneteenth celebration and a jazz night in the park.

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Why You Should Go...

Lush canopies shade sculptures of some of the world's most famous poets, artists, and historical figures at The Cleveland Cultural Gardens.

Depicted in the gardens are the poets, musicians, philosophers, scientists, and others who have contributed to the cultures of the world. Each designed by a distinct cultural or nationality group, some 32 dedicated gardens adorn the drive along Martin Luther King and East Boulevards in Rockefeller Park.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

How You Can Follow...

EXTRA FUN

Insider Info

Reserve a spot on a guided tour of the Cultural Gardens by calling 216-220-3075.

Fun Facts

Many gardens have planted native to their countries of origin. The Turkish Garden, for example, is full of tulips in the spring, as tulips originated in Turkey

The tallest statues in the park are of Gandhi in the Indian Garden and the writers Goethe and Schiller in the German Garden.

The Cultural Gardens feature events throughout the year; in June, the Hungarian Garden hosts a Franz Liszt concert and Opera in the Italian Garden (also featuring ballet) takes place in July. The African American Garden has a Juneteenth celebration and a jazz night in the park.

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