Things to do with your mom in Northeast Ohio for Mother’s Day
CLEVELAND – Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and people are excited to start safely stepping out of the house and giving Mom a much-needed break like a trip or tickets to a future concert.
But that’s not always within everyone’s budget, and many restaurants are already booked for the weekend, so News 5 has found some great, inexpensive things to do in Northeast Ohio.
The Cleveland Museum of Art will be open daily this weekend from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Visitors can explore the art galleries for free and view an exhibit for $ 12 or less.
“Our cafe is open for families to have lunch, a bite to eat in the Ames family atrium or take it outside and have lunch in our beautiful garden of fine arts,” said Kelley Notaro Schreiber, Head of CMA communications and media relations.
Capacity is limited, but you can make a reservation online in advance.
“We just want to create a safe experience for everyone,” said Notaro Schreiber.
For less than $ 20 per person, the Botanical Gardens, Natural History Museum, and Children’s Museum are all open this weekend by reservation.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will present its special exhibit dedicated to the Super Bowl halftime shows.
The Cleveland Zoo offers free admission to moms on Mother’s Day.
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Crocker Park will have several activities to celebrate Mom such as a 5k “Mom’s Rock” and horse-drawn carriage rides.