Great Lakes Science Center and Omnimax Theater: Experiment with sound, light, gravity and more at the Great Lakes Science Center. Situated right next door to the Cardinals Carson Palmer Authentic Jersey
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Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and The Rainforest: Home to 3,000 animals from six continents, student groups can connect with wildlife and learn about nature and conservation. Speaking about wildlife projects, they don't get much bigger than the massive African Elephant Crossing at the Cleveland http://www.cardinals.us.com/Dan_Williams_Jersey
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Located at University Circle, the Cleveland Museum of Art is one of the nation's most preeminent art museums featuring 6,000 years of the world's great art. The museum offers student groups hands-on art classes for grades 1-12, with studio topics including animals in art, landscapes, and classical art. Students may sketch with pencils in the galleries on their visit if arrangements are made in advance. Guided tours and scavenger hunts are available as well.
Cleveland Museum of Natural History: From dinosaurs to diamonds, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History is a beautiful blend of traditional and interactive galleries related to history, art and the natural world. Located at University Circle, this museum offers various hands-on workshops for students from interaction with live animals to planetarium activities. Examples Ravens, Gee-Gees set to clash in all-Ottawa CIS basketball final | Toronto Star
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Cleveland Botanical Gardens: With 10 acres of gardens and an exotic glasshouse, the Cleveland Botanical Gardens is a one-of-a-kind visit for student groups. The garden offers interactive 1-hour programs where students get a hands-on learning experience, supplemented by pre- and post-visit activity suggestions. Topics include food chains and webs, symbiotic relationships, and evolution plus adaptation. Students may tour and learn about urban farms and healthy local food from Green Corps staff also. The Botanical Gardens loves to play host to middle school and high school band, choral and orchestra performances as well.