The lower level of the bridge is almost a mile long and crammed with bands, artists, displays, performances and people, lots and lots of people. Every nook and cranny was filled with something to see. The coolest display was a waterfall from the top of the bridge, falling into the Cuyahoga River. The bridge walk had some of Cleveland’s best views. Food and drink vendors were set up in food courts at each end of the venue. There was even a funnel cake trailer, giving more credence to my belief that funnel cake trailers are everywhere that people gather. Last, but not least, there’s a garden in front of the West Superior entrance.
Gardens and art, what a fabulous combination. Come to think of it, gardens are art.