Welcome to Euclid!
Euclid, Ohio sits on the shores of Lake Erie on the east side of Cleveland. The city of 52,000 residents marks the eastern boundary of Cuyahoga County and is home to the National Polka Hall of Fame and the Softball Hall of Fame, among other attractions. Euclid was where Charles Brush created the first arc lamp in 1876 and where George Sweigert created the first cordless telephone in 1969. Learn more about Euclid here.
Plan a Trip to Downtown Euclid
Shore Cultural Centre is conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Euclid's walkable central district. From here you can easily stroll to movies, restaurants, and shops as well as to beautiful lakefront parks with lots of open space and sandy beach. Come enjoy the sunset, take the family for a picnic, or make it a night out. Click the tabs to the left to get information on businesses and organizations located in Euclid.
You can also download our handy walking map HERE