|Cincinnati Art Museum
the most prestigious art museums in the country, with over 100,000
works of art, this grandiose building atop an Eden Park hill, is
well-known for its 19th-century European and American paintings, but
also contains numerous other works including an outstanding pottery
Housed in a 175-year-old Federal building, this
private art collection includes art from around the world, from
13th-century European sculpture to ancient Chinese porcelains to
17th-century European painting.
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
This facility is devoted to
educating the public about the history of the underground railroad
through exhibits, programs, and interactive displays.
Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
This is the second oldest zoo in the U.S.,
considered one of the best in the country, is most renowned for its
endangered species and birthing programs, particularly for gorillas
and white tigers, and has a wonderful collection of felines and a
delightful manatees exhibit.
Great American Ball Park
This is the new home for the Cincinnati Reds, the
oldest major league baseball team in the U.S., balances its spiffy
new look with nostalgic tributes to the team's history including
reminders of Crosley Field, where it all began.
Contemporary Arts Center
This center, founded in 1939, is in a new
six-story building that is a work of art itself, with fascinating
features both inside and out.
Cincinnati Museum Center
This is a complex of three museums and Omnimax
Theater housed in a beautifully restored Art Deco train station. The
museums include the Children's, the Natural History and Science and
the city's History museum.
Legendary Run Golf Course
This golf course features four sets of tees to
ensure a challenging but fun test of golf. Every hole at this scenic
course of lakes, meadows and woods is named for a famous hole
somewhere in the world.
Cincinnati's Fountain Square marks more than the
center of the Downtown business district: It is the stage for
practically any significant event, family activity, political rally
and holiday festival in the city.
A variety of
merchants feature their produce and wares in these distinct location
categories: Market House, Farmer's Market, Outdoor and Storefront.
William Howard Taft National Historic Site
Birthplace of America's 27th president, now a
museum containing mementos of Taft's personal life and political
Roebling Suspension Bridge
John A. Roebling constructed this
architectural wonder, which spans the Ohio River. It opened for
business shortly after the Civil War, in 1866. Until Roebling
completed his Brooklyn Bridge in 1883, it was the longest bridge in
A small hill east of downtown Cincinnati that
gives visitors a sweeping view of the city.
Cincinnati Music Hall
Built in 1878 and renovated throughout the
decades, this concert and art venue includes the Springer
Auditorium, Music Hall Ballroom, Corbett Tower and the Society for
the Preservation of Music Hall.
Cincinnati Fire Museum
History of firefighting in Cincinnati is told in
many fine exhibits, audio-visual presentations and scale model
Caldwell Nature Preserve
Scenic park features more than three miles of
nature trails, designated as a National Recreation Trail by the U.S.
Department of the Interior.
Athenaeum of Ohio
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese sponsors the
graduate school of Theology, preparing people to serve as priests,
deacons and lay ministers.
American Sign Museum
History of the sign industry and its significant
contribution to society is told through extensive collections and
Hauck House Museum
Italianate home of a once-prominent Cincinnatian
is a fine example of how a well-to-do family lived during the late
Beautiful scenic park in downtown Cincinnati.