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SPRING BREAK IN CLEVELAND

Just in time for Easter vacation, Cleveland's annnual I-X Indoor Amusement Park will open at the International Exposition Center on April 13. Over 150 rides, games and attractions will be featured in 20 acres of space, including the Zyclone, a 5-story roller coaster, and Wild River, a water flume ride.

New this year is the All Sport Body Quencher Zone, an interactive area that allows visitors to test their skills at baseball, golf, basketball, football, hockey and soccer. There's also a 25-foot climbing wall.

The Indoor Amusement Park will operate until May 7. Admission is $12 per person, $7 for seniors, children under 2 are free. Call (216) 676-6000.

In addition, an exhibit featuring the dinosaurs from the movie "Jurassic Park" continues at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, (216) 231-4600, until May 21. And a display of 19 concept cars from the 1950s and '60s continues at the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, (216) 721-5722, through October.

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