Enjoy yourself: Shopping, cultural activities, and playtime are better in Beachwood. 

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Beachwood PlaceInterior view featuring Nordstrom department store26300 Cedar Rd 
Beachwood, OH 44122
Anchored by Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue and Dillard’s, Beachwood Place is a premiere shopping destination in the Cleveland Market. Home to more than 120 specialty stores including: Athleta, Coach, Microsoft, Madewell, Vera Bradley, kate spade new york, Tumi, LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, Pandora, Sephora, and The LEGO Store, Beachwood Place also features restaurants, ice cream, and shopping at the corner of Cedar Rd. and Richmond Rd. Whether you want to spend the day shopping your favorite stores or enjoy a relaxing meal at Nordstrom Grille or one of the many food-court options, there’s always something happening at Beachwood Place. For a full list of stores, events, and sales visit

Maltz Museum of Jewish HeritageExterior photo of the Maltz Musuem of Jewish Heritage2929 Richmond Rd.
Beachwood, OH 44122
(216) 593-0575 
Visitors step into a world filled with inspiring and moving stories of Jewish immigrants perhaps even their own ancestors and modern-day heroes. By incorporating state-of-the-art computer interactivity, film, special effects, individual stories and oral histories, the Museum’s dramatic permanent exhibition is an uplifting and moving experience. The permanent exhibits include An American Story, which traces Ohio’s immigrant history and heritage, and The Temple-Tifereth Israel Gallery, an internationally-recognized collection of Judaica.

is augmented by additional temporary exhibits, like this summer 2019's kid-friendly Everyday Heroes Activity Center and the upcoming Leonard Bernstein: The Power Of Music, the first large-scale museum exhibition to illustrate Leonard Bernstein’s life, Jewish identity, and social activism (Sept. 25, 2019 - March 1, 2020). 

One admission fee includes unlimited access, and all levels of membership include unlimited admission. Maltz Museum receives public support with local tax dollars from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, to preserve and enrich our region’s artistic and cultural heritage. Be sure to stop at the Maltz Museum Store before you leave for a unique collection of mementos and art!

Preston's H.O.P.E.Preston’s H.O.P.E. Accessible Playground Park26001 S. Woodland Road
Beachwood, Ohio 44122
This accessible playground park is nothing short of spectacular! The $3 million, 60,000 square foot playground is a one-of-a-kind outdoor play environment that heartily welcomes children who use special equipment, such as crutches, wheelchairs, etc. to play alongside other children — with or without disabilities. Located on the eastern portion of the Mandel JCC’s property, near the outdoor tennis and basketball courts, Preston’s H.O.P.E. is the first fully accessible playground park in Northeast Ohio for all children. Full of adventure and new experiences, it can be enjoyed year-round by children of all ages. Restrooms are closed in the winter months. Free & open to the public 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM during the fair weather months.

Beachwood Art GalleryArt Gallery installation of brightly colored paintingsBeachwood Community Center
25325 Fairmount Blvd.
Beachwood, OH 44122

Our Art Gallery features rotating exhibits of paintings, sculpture, mixed-media and more. A wonderful opportunity to acquaint yourself with local and nationally known artists. Don't miss the Peter Max "American Flag" behind the reception desk! Free & open to the public.

David Berger National MemorialThe sculpture of the David Berger National Memorial26001 South Woodland Road 
Beachwood, OH 44122
(216) 831-0700
This National Memorial is a sculpture that was created to honor the memory of David Berger, an American/Israeli citizen who was one of the 11 Israeli athletes murdered at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany. The David Berger National Memorial is the only memorial in the United States commemorating the 1972 Olympic terrorism.

David Berger, a Shaker Heights native, graduated from Tulane University and received a law degree and an MBA from Columbia University. He emigrated to Israel in 1970 and was among the first in Israel to teach sports, including weightlifting, to the disabled. Berger was 28 years old and a member of the Israeli weightlifting team at the time of his death. David Berger is buried in Mayfield Cemetery in Cleveland Heights, OH.

The sculpture was created by the late Cleveland sculptor David E. Davis. It was commissioned and paid for by a group of eight families, all personal friends of David’s parents, Dr. Benjamin and Dorothy Berger.

The David Berger National Memorial’s first home was on the grounds of the Jewish Community Center in Cleveland Heights. When the JCC closed that facility in 2005, arrangements were made to store and restore the sculpture at the McKay Lodge Fine Arts Conservation Laboratory, in Oberlin, Ohio. While in storage the sculpture was cleaned of all existing corrosion and an application of a corrosion inhibitor was applied. In addition, one section of the sculpture required welding reinforcement.

Pavilion Mall
24055 Chagrin Blvd.
Beachwood, OH 44122

This outdoor shopping area has it all! Need a new dress, a grocery store, a new phone, an ATM, pet supplies, an arts-and-crafts kit, plus a pizza for dinner and a quick workout? We've got all that and more at the Pavilion! Currently undergoing an extensive exterior renovation but all stores are open for business (photos to come).