The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame may be the city’s most-visited tourist destination, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a wealth of other Cleveland museums worth exploring. For nearly a century, the Cleveland Museum of Art has been showcasing a diverse collection of paintings, sculptures, and interactive exhibits from around the world. While that institution focuses on manmade treasures, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History spotlights the subtler beauty of the scientific world, from the grandeur of a 72-foot-long dinosaur skeleton to the glimmering crystals and colorful gemstones on display in the minerology wing.

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