Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument


The new Cleveland Public Square has been carefully designed to integrate the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.


The monument stands in the southeast corner of Public Square and is the only remaining element from the old design.


The monument was constructed in 1894 and features a 125' column which has a memorial museum at its base.


This stands as a memorial to Cuyahoga County soldiers who served in the civil war. The public has access to the memorial room, and can view bronze depictions of civil war battles around the exterior.

Visit soldiersandsailors.com to learn more about the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument and its history in Cleveland.

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The reimagined Public Square is part of The Group Plan's mission to better connect Public Square, the Malls, and the lakefront.

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