Gardens

Gardens | The Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation

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29 Established Garden Sites

African American 1977 • Albanian 2012 • American 1935 • American Legion Peace Nations & American Legion Peace States 1936 • Armenian 2010 • Azerbaijani 2008 • British 1916 • Chinese 1985 • Croatian 2011 • Czech 1935 • Estonian 1966 • Finnish 1958 • German 1929 • Greek 1940 • Hebrew 1926 • Hungarian 1934 • India 2005 • Irish 1939 • Italian 1930 • Latvian 2006 • Lithuanian 1936 • Polish 1934 • Romanian 1967 • Rusin 1939 • Russian 730 MLK BLVD • Serbian 1932 • Slovak 1932 • Slovenian 1932 • Syrian 2011 • Ukrainian 1940

8 Gardens in Development

Ethiopian • Korean 710 MLK BLVD • Lebanese 1200 MLK BLVD • Native American 781 MLK BLVD • Scottish • Turkish 780 MLK BLVD • Vietnamese 711 MLK BLVD

Current 2016 Map:

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Gardens 2013 Map

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The Cultural Gardens are located within the City of Cleveland’s Rockefeller Park. The oldest and largest Gardens are along East Blvd. from St. Clair Avenue on the north to Superior Avenue on the south. The later Gardens, and the newest, are along Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd and start just north of St. Clair and continue to Superior Avenue at the southern end. An exception is the Chinese Garden that is also along MLK Jr. Blvd but located half way between Chester Avenue and East 105th, across from the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Wade Park Lagoon.

The Gardens extend roughly 1.5 mils on both MLK and East Blvds, so a complete walk around the Gardens would be 3 miles in length. Driving to the Gardens can be done by exiting I-90/Rt 2 at the MLK Jr. Blvd exit and proceed south along MLK Jr. Blvd. East Blvd is one block east of MLK Jr. Blvd. There are four (4) access roads leading east and up to East Blvd. along MLK Jr. Blvd. Alternatively, MLK Jr.Blvd. intersects with many streets south of Rockefeller Park. Major nearby streets in University Circle are Chester Avenue and Euclid Avenue, to name but a few.