Built in 1928, the Swan House was purchased by the Atlanta Historical Society in 1966. Most of its original furnishings, ranging from 18th-century antiques to 20th-century objects opened to the public in 1967 as a house museum and headquarters of the Atlanta Historical Society.
There has been a hotel on the site of what is now known as The Renaissance Cleveland since 1812! The current building was rebuilt in the 1920s and is a gorgeous testament to architectural glory.
Public Square is the central plaza of downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Based on an 18th-century New England model, it was part of the original 1796 town plat overseen by Moses Cleaveland, and remains an integral part of the city’s center. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.