Greater Cleveland boasts numerous historical, cultural and entertainment sites that are easily accessible in a two hour—or more, guided tour. We can assist you in selecting the tour that fits your interests and time available. Enjoy a friendly, casual and fun experience with us as we drive you through CLE.

  • Tours start at the Visitors Center, 334 Euclid Ave. or at a requested location.

Standard rate

$50/hour. Maximum of 4 people.

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Greater Cleveland Tours


Looking for a new apartment/home in Cleveland? East or West?  Urban, Suburban, or Rural?

Let SeeClee help narrow your search and visit some of the great choices we have to offer from an unbiased point of view. (3-4 Hours)

This tour is designed to give an introduction to all various housing, retail, education, recreation, and entertainment options available in the Cleveland area. Being such an accessible area, Cleveland makes selecting a home or apartment easier than many other metropolitan areas.

From downtown refurbished high rises, trendy neighborhoods bordering downtown, beautiful spacious suburban homes with basements and backyards, to rural villages less than 45 minutes from Public square, we see them all.

We can custom a tour from some or all of these locations:


The Flats

Campus District

City of Cleveland neighborhoods

West Side Suburbs

Lorain County

Medina County

South Side suburbs

Summit/Portage County

East Side Suburbs

Lake/Geauga County

Why Cleveland Rocks

This 2-3-hour trip is a narrated overview and history of the thriving music/arts scene in Cleveland and how it became the Rock n’ Roll capital. Included are stops at the Cleveland Script sign in Edgewater Park and the Cleveland Museum of Art Lobby and Atrium.

Highlights of tour include:

“The Flats”- Odeon, Music Box Supper Club, Jacobs Pavilion

Detroit-Shoreway- Cleveland Public Theater, Bop Stop, Jukebox, Dancing Wheels

Ohio City- West 25th Entertainment district

Tremont- Christmas Story House

Downtown- Quicken Loans Arena, Public Auditorium, House of Blues, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, Playhouse Square

Midtown- Cleveland State, Agora, Cleveland Clinic, Masonic Temple

University Circle- Wade Park Oval, Art Museum, Botanical Gardens, Natural History Museum, MCOA, Severance Hall, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cinematheque, Music Settlement

Cleveland Heights- Alan Freed Gravesite, Grog Shop, Nightown

The Best of Downtown Cleveland – 2 hours

See the most popular sites in the Rock N Roll capital’s downtown, the Flats by the Cuyahoga River, Ohio City-home to the Westside Market, Tremont—urban living and eateries, Mid-Town Health Corridor and The Cleveland Clinic, University Circle- culture at its finest, the Cleveland Orchestra’s Severance Hall and the Cleveland Museum of Art and Lake Erie’s lakefront

“The Land” – 3 hours

We cross the Cuyahoga River twice to see downtown, University Circle and get a taste of our near eastern and western communities. Learn about our history, residents, culture, architecture, cuisine, businesses, and parks.

Chagrin Valley Adventure – 3  hours

A taste of New England in the picturesque village of Chagrin Falls with an active waterfall next to the Old Popcorn Shoppe. Shop and eat in this quaint town with preserved century homes. Travel along the river where horses play polo and country mansions sprawl.

Chagrin Valley & Amish Country

Take a scenic trip to the far east side of the Cleveland area to the Chagrin Valley and Amish Country in Geauga County.  (4 hours)

Chagrin Falls resembles a New England village with its specialty shops, variety of dining, historic homes, and picturesque views.  Chagrin Falls was founded in 1837 and takes its name from a waterfall on the Chagrin River in the middle of town.

Our Amish community is one of the largest in the US and this tour will provide a better understanding of their unique culture. See how Amish avoid the modern conveniences and technology today to retain their religious beliefs centered around family and community, such as homes without electricity or phones.

Tour includes:

-Gates Mills

-Stop in Chagrin Falls on Main Street

-Narration on Amish practices

(Schools, Careers, Automobiles, Electricity, Telephone)

– Mary Yoder’s Amish Kitchen

-Great Lakes Cheese Co.

-Trover’s Scenic Woodcrafts

-Optional route through Shaker Hts.

Wine, Apples and Pancake country

Yes, Napa comes to Northeast Ohio with lovely wineries, fruit farms and old time village greens hosting maple syrup festivals, band concerts and more

The Outdoor Mix: Football and Nature

The Canton Football Hall of Fame and the outstanding Cuyahoga Valley National Park running through Akron