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Cleveland School Trip

Cleveland - Student Travel

Traveling with a group can be challenging. Whether it’s a group of roller coaster riders, sports fans, or outdoor enthusiasts, Cleveland can keep kids of all ages entertained. Founded on the Lake Erie shore in 1870, Cedar Point invites guests to the biggest celebration in the park’s history during the 150th anniversary season. Fans of the holiday movie classic “A Christmas Story” can revisit the spirit of the holidays as they reminisce on a walk through the famed A Christmas Story House. With the Browns, Baseball Team and Cavs all anchored in Downtown Cleveland, each team’s venue offers a variety of student-friendly activities Visitors to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo can feed lettuce to giraffes from the African Savanna; come within inches of an Amur tiger in the Rosebrough Tiger Passage or visit snow leopards, red pandas and takins at the Asian Highlands exhibit. Underwater adventurers can come nose-to-nose with sharks at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium. With nothing but a pane of glass standing between visitors and the ocean’s sharp-toothed friends, brave souls can walk through the 175-foot underwater SeaTube, a glass-enclosed tunnel, to see sharks, moray eels, stingrays and grouper. As you can see, there are endless possibilities when you visit Cleveland!

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