You know you're in for something special when a building is founded for "the benefit of all the people forever". The Cleveland Museum of Art opened its doors in 1913 and, to this day, is renowned not just in the State of Ohio, but the whole country. With edging close to 45,000 objects spanning 6,000 years, you'd hardly believe such an attraction could be free of charge. But it is. It's also a place that can't be taken in in just one day, but with free admission, there's nothing stopping you from visiting every day.
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