Heart of the City

Passport Cleveland

Heart of the City

  • September 7, 2018
  • 10:00 AM

The Cleveland Union Terminal and Terminal Tower, the city’s most familiar landmark, was the largest construction project of the 1920s and included foundations 250 feet deep, the demolition of more than 1,000 buildings, and the construction of many bridges and viaducts for railroad approaches. The 708-foot-tall Terminal Tower was completed in 1927 and was the tallest building in the world outside New York City until 1967.

Enjoy breathtaking views of downtown from the 42nd floor Observation Deck. Then get a behind-the-scenes tour of renovated Public Square with its water fountain, ice rink, lush lawn with natural amphitheater, KeyBank walking promenade, speaker’s terrace, and more.