Step Back in Time with Cleveland History Center’s Euclid Beach Park Day

Sat 7/22 @ 10AM-5PM

Confession: This writer not only remembers Euclid Beach, including its closing day, but was so young she pronounced it “Liquid Bleach.” Another confession: the animated “Laughing Sal” SCARED her!

Almost 50 years and a lot of therapy later, Cleveland History Center brings Euclid Beach Park Day with evocative rides, displays and treats. Look for midway and lawn games, unlimited rides on the grand carousel, Humphrey’s popcorn balls and, of course, those ubiquitous rocket car rides.

Admission is $10 adults; $9 seniors age 62 and over; $5 children ages 3-12; and free for members and ages 2 and under.



[Written by Lucy McKernan]

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