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Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

Toronto
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Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

My kids collect snow globes from the cities we visit. We are planning a visit in a few weeks and will be downtown to visit R&R HOF and an Indians game. Where is the best part of downtown to find the kitschy souvenir shops that will most likely sell a Cleveland snow globe?

Cleveland Ohio
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1. Re: Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

There is CLE clothing on east 4th - they have many souvenirs but not certain on snow globes. I believe there is a more typical souvenier shop in tower city just a block away from there. Possibly the RR HOF gift shop?

https://cleclothingco.myshopify.com/

North Ridgeville...
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2. Re: Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

Try the gift shop at the Rock Hall, or CLE Clothing on East 4th Street. Also, if you are flying into Cleveland, you'll more than likely find a souvenir shop at the airport.

Toronto
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3. Re: Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

Thanks for the tips - will check out RRHOF gift shop and CLE Clothing. Was thinking of looking around Tower City, so will give it a shot as well. We aren't flying in, so airport shops won't work for us.

Lagrange, Ohio
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4. Re: Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

The JACK has a small gift shop by the valet in parking garage.

DeWitt, Michigan
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5. Re: Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

Not from Cleveland, but going there soon as well. Was just looking at The Christmas Story House and gift shop. That might be worth a shot to try

Hudson, Ohio
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6. Re: Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

They sell them at the Rock Hall

Toronto
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7. Re: Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

Just got back from our road trip and wanted to update this post on our results. Unfortunately we came up empty trying to find a traditional Cleveland snow globe. The RRHOF gift shop had one, but it was $25 (more than our usual $10-15 budget) and more specific to the RRHOF than Cleveland itself. The CLE Clothing store is great, but they had more trendy souvenirs like T-shirts, rather than than the more tacky, traditional ones like snow globes. The JACK Casino giftshop and a couple other hotel gift shops nearby had no globes. The Cleveland souvenir store in Tower City is no longer in business. Didn't make it to the airport or A Christmas Story house so were unable to check those places. Someone at the tourism bureau suggested we should just order one online! Thanks everyone for your help.

Cleveland, Ohio
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8. Re: Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

There is a neat place called Big Fun in Lakewood and I am semi sure they have a website. They have tons of stuff new and retro so they may be of interest nd and help. They also have a store in Cleveland Heights on Coventry Road. They too may be able to help. I have seen them at Hudson's here at the Cleveland Airport. Good luck.

Cleveland, Ohio
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9. Re: Downtown souvenir shops - looking for snow globes

Although you are not stopping by the airport, there are Cleveland snow globes from $7.99 to $14.99. I saw them today at lunch as I am an airport employee. They were at Hudson's on Concourse B. They had small and medium sized Cleveland snow globes one even with a Rock Hall theme. Please let me know if I can help you further. They ARE here.

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