Police: Long Lines For Rock Hall Free Day

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CLEVELAND — The chance to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for free drew in large crowds Sunday morning.

At around noon time,  Cleveland Police said the wait to get inside the famous museum was between 90 minutes to two hours at noon. The free day is all thanks to The Cleveland Foundation who is celebrating its 100th birthday.

As of 1:45 p.m the wait was down to roughly 35 minutes.

The organization is supported by local donors and funds are given to worthy organizations or causes.

The free weekend on North Coast Harbor started on Saturday with free admission to the Science Museum.

The Cleveland Foundation offered a day of free RTA rides in January and plans to announce a new gift to the people of Cleveland each month.

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