Somewhere In Time 1936: All Eyes On Cleveland

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Cleveland History Center says
Somewhere in Time 1936: All Eyes on Cleveland captures the dynamic essence of Cleveland in 1936 and allows visitors to immerse themselves in the past, while also celebrating the history of Northeastern Ohio. During this time, Cleveland was the host of the Great Lakes Exposition and the Republican National Convention along with being the location of the mysterious Torso Murders.

The event will feature Streets of the World, international food, Radio Land, the French Casino with games of chance and burlesque performances, along with midway games and nostalgic activities throughout the main floor of the Cleveland History Center. The Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel will also be running all night for guests to relive moments form their childhood or make new memories.

Tickets are selling fast. So, treat yourself (and a friend) to Cleveland’s most swinging party of the New Year!


Saturday, January 23, 2016 | Doors open at 6:30 pm

Cleveland History Center
10825 East Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio 44106

Ticket Pricing:

VIP Tickets $125 | Party Tickets $75 | Late Night Tickets $35 (10:00 pm to midnight)

VIP Ticket holders can enjoy all the perks of the Party Ticket holders (outlined below) but can also choose to spend their evening in the Hall of Presidents VIP Lounge & Bar, experience an exclusive Q & A session with Eleanor Roosevelt and take home complementary Swag Bags.

Party Ticket holders can explore exhibits such as Streets of the World, which will feature international food and Radio Land, which will host special guest interviews and the best music of the era.

Late Night ticket holders will enjoy international noshes provided by A Taste of Excellence Catering and a Late Night Bar offering beer and wine from 10:00 pm to midnight.

Special guests include Amelia Earhart, Elliot Ness and the May Company Fashion Models. Midway games, a Nostalgic Candy Shop and the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel will supply fun for all ages. A French Casino featuring burlesque dancing, vaudeville reels, roulette and other games of chance will provide an authentic look at the culture of 1936. For those interested in the macabre, a special exhibit sponsored by the Cleveland Police Museum will allow guests to become detectives and identify Victim Number Four of the Torso Murders. The death masks of the victims will be displayed and visitors can question the authorities on one of Cleveland’s greatest mysteries.
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By: Cleveland History Center

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