About Cleveland

Proximity and accessibility aren’t the only reasons why Cleveland is the host city for the EastWest Eye Conference. Cleveland offers something for everyone. Feast your eyes are Monet's Dali's and Picasso's - for free - at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Or, explore the century-old West Side Market where Cleveland's 117 different ethnicities come to life through food and fun. At night, don't forget to check out the East Fourth Street Entertainment District where you can dine at the restaurant of a celebrity chef, watch a hilarious comedy show or brush up on your bowling skills. Afterwards, play your hand at the new Horseshoe Casino Cleveland. Get started planning your trip at www.positivelycleveland.com.

Cleveland Rocks! Concierge Service

The EastWest Cleveland Rocks! Subcommittee is here to show you Cleveland from a local's point of view.

Whether you’re attending the EastWest Eye Conference alone, with your colleagues or bringing the entire family, we can help you make the most of your leisure time in Cleveland. Local ODs have teamed up, and they’re ready to share their favorite spots for entertainment, dining, culture, sports and more!

For personalized assistance with all things Cleveland, send your questions to eastwestcleveland@gmail.com and find out why Cleveland Rocks!

New! Saturday Afternoon Excursions

We’re pleased to offer EastWest Eye Conference attendees, families and guests a hassle-free way to explore some of Cleveland’s premier attractions. Round-trip shuttle service and information on the destination of your choice will be provided. Best of all, excursions are suitable for all ages and are free!*

If you have questions or would like to register for an excursion, send an email to: eastwestcleveland@gmail.com. Space is limited, so advanced registration is required.

Choose from the following excursions:

Ohio City / West Side Market - Saturday, October 11, 1-4 p.m.

Bring your appetite and explore the unique neighborhood of Ohio City. Visit the historic West Side Market, local microbreweries and the headquarters of Cleveland’s favorite ice cream shop.

Optional: Great Lakes Brewing Company tour - This guided brewery tour is free and open to participants who are at least 21 years of age. Reservations are required and will be honored on a first-come, first-serve basis.

University Circle - Saturday, October 11, 2-5 p.m.

The scenic University Circle neighborhood is home to world-class cultural, educational and medical institutions. Explore the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Museum of Natural History and more.

*Participants are responsible for any expenses incurred while touring.


Take a look at the Interactive Parking Map for downtown Cleveland.


For additional information about all Cleveland has to offer, go to:

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The official website of the Convention and Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland