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River town, a Sports town, an Architectural town, an History town, a Food ‘n Drink town, an Arts town, and more!
Explore Unique Districts
Need a bite to eat or a drink? Walk a few steps across from the Hilton to the center of downtown. Also fun, unique shops and a Macy's, which is headquartered here.
On the river between the Reds and Bengals stadiums. An electrifying cityscape, buzzing and bustling with entertainment options.
Over the Rhine (OTR)
German immigrants built the oldest and most historic neighborhood, which today is diverse in ethnic backgrounds. The heart of the city’s beer brewing industry.
Arts and Backstage
Home of museums and award-winning restaurants.
Find Sights that Suit You
Take in the View
Get panoramic views from the observation deck of the highest elevated building in Cincy.
Learn from History
National Underground Freedom Center
Experience freedom’s heroes from the Underground Railroad to current time. The abolitionists’ impulse to free the enslaved rings true still today.
William Taft House
The 27th President and 10th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court was born and grew up here.
Cincinnati History Museum
Explore the Queen City's golden years. Walk down a re-created city street from the early 1900s, and interact with interpretive historians in period dress. View vintage automobiles and a 1920s streetcar.
Harriet Beecher Stowe House
The author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin moved to Cincinnati in 1832 where she supported the Underground Railroad.
But Is It Art?
Contemporary Arts Center
Called the most important building completed since the end of the Cold War. No permanent installations, so check the schedule.
Cincinnati Art Museum
A rich collection of more than 65,000 works spanning 6,000 years. Including European paintings, contemporary art, fashion and textiles, musical instruments, and photography.
A great example of art deco architecture, built in 1933. Large mosaic tile murals adorn the interior rotunda.
Hey Batter, Batter! Swing!
Take in a game of the oldest professional baseball team. The $320 million marvel manages to look both retro and modern. Or visit the Reds Hall of Fame.
Riverboat Cruise on the Ohio
Hop aboard the Belle of Cincinnati, Mark Twain, or River Queen for a lunch, dinner, or sightseeing cruise around Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Call of the Wild
Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
Famous for its white Bengal tigers and Manatee Springs, but also features walruses, lowland gorillas, polar bears, and Sumatran rhinos.
Cincinnati Nature Center
A 1,025-acre nature preserve with 18 mi of trails. Several ponds and lakes are great for a picnic or rest. Various nature exhibits and a bird-viewing area.
Visit a rainforest or desert! Nationally recognized showcase of more than 3,500 plant species from around the world.
Fun Day Trips
World-class aviation history, including the massive National Museum of the US Air Force and the Dayton Aviation National Historical Park. The Huffman Prairie Flying Field is where the Wright Flyer III mastered the skies in 1905.
World famous horse farms and the birthplace of bourbon – need we say more! And the racetrack starts running in April.
Brookville Lake, Indiana
Get away from the noise of the city. The state park has golf, hiking, canoeing, and horseback riding. Grab lunch at the beachside restaurant.
Find Your Fun!