This was a nice experience as we were walking through downtown. Free place to take some pictures in what felt like the center of Cleveland. This would be even better for those history buffs as the details of Cleveland and the history were quite interesting. Would recommend stopping in if you are in the area and not from the city.... 更多
The sculptures inside and out are incredible. There are representations of 5 presidents inside. The names of the civil war dead are carved into the marble walls inside as well. Truly beautiful monument. It's in God newly renovated Public Square and just near Towrr City and the casino. Stop on and see. Don't forget to donate to the organisation that... 更多
Having viewed it on Friday night, on Saturday morning I visited the Cuyahoga County Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in the southeast quadrant of Public Square; This monument dates back to the late 1800s. This beautiful monument has several stunning sculptures, both inside and out. Persons interested in art, American History, and the Civil War, would like this monument. The interior... 更多
The Monument itself is very impressive with its bronze depictions outside & in the memorial. All the dead are listed inside on the walls, plus some historical facts about President Lincoln & Cleveland. However, if you can make it for the Saturday before Halloween, that's when the tunnels underneath are opened for a free tour. Yes, they are haunted. Yes,... 更多
We didn't realize that you could actually go into the memorial until we walked around it. It was a very impressive tribute to those who were in the Civil War. If you are wandering in the downtown area this would be something to see.
The Monument is a wonderful Tribute to all of the past and future Soldiers and Sailors! Your eyes go directly to this Monument as soon as you enter the Square.
This was a nice stop during a walk about the downtown. It's free (although they appreciate donations) and very interesting. The statues outside would be worth the stop; the inside is even more interesting.
Right before we went to a concert at the Q, we went down to Public Square and we were amazed at the beautiful renovation of the entire area...with grassy knolls, colorful bird statues and plenty of green space. You have to see it!!