Cleveland’s Millionaires’ Row on Euclid Avenue, presented by Dan Ruminski
For more than 80 years, Cleveland’s Millionaire’s Row on Euclid Avenue was one of the grandest streets in all world history. The name “The Row” or Millionaire’s Row referred to over 300 mansions that were built along a 4-mile stretch of Euclid Avenue, starting from Public Square and ending around East 105th Street.
Learn more about these opulent mansions from local expert Dan Ruminski in the living room of the Mather Mansion at Cleveland State University, one of the few remaining remnants of the era.
Cost is $15 per person. Registration is required.