Overlooked Downtown Cincinnati Attractions

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Sometimes tourists get recommendations for the normal spots to visit in Cincinnati and miss out on the great ones that no one else talks about. We have come up with some incredible historic and artsy downtown Cincinnati attractions that you probably won't hear about from the concierge of your hotel, but are still worth visiting while you are in the city. Memorial Hall is a great downtown attraction that a lot of people miss out on, but it is one of the downtown Cincinnati attractions that you should visit, particularly if you are interested in the history of the area. This facility is in downtown and is a Beaux Arts building that was dedicated in 1908 and commemorates soldiers and sailors as well as the pioneers of the county of Hamilton. The interior is magnificent, with original frescoes … [Read more...]

The Best Cincinnati Attractions for Families

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If you are looking for the best Cincinnati attractions for families then you should start with the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens which is the top rated local attraction for good reason. Not only does the zoo offer rides and attractions, but it features more than 500 animals in exhibits for you to check out, as well as thousands of species of plants.  The entrance fee is extremely reasonable for a zoo of this quality, only around $20 depending upon age and particular event or promotion, and you should check out one of the best Cincinnati attractions for families around. While you are touring Cincinnati, you should also check out the Blue Jacket attraction, an amazing outdoor theater in which incredible athletes use horses, cannons and arrows that are actually on fire to put on an … [Read more...]

The Best Cincinnati Attractions for Kids

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The beginning for anyone with children looking for the best Cincinnati attractions for kids should be the Paramount King's Island, which is one of the largest water and theme parks in the country. Located nearby in Mason, Ohio, King's Island features rides and attractions like thrillers Delirium, Diamondback and Drop Tower, Flight Deck, Invertigo and Slingshot as well as more family friendly rides like Planet Snoopy, Adventure Express and Congo Falls. Also, shows and food are both available at this staple of the best Cincinnati attractions for kids. Another great stop for Cincinnati attractions for kids is the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, not just because it is a wonderful zoo, but because it features both animal life and plant life – with more than 500 animals, and over 3000 … [Read more...]

The Best Cincinnati Attractions for Adults

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When traveling to Cincinnati with a group of adults, you may not want to do the normal things that tourists families do in the city, like visit the Zoo and the Omnimax theater. You may want some more adult oriented entertainment, so we have put together a list of three of the best Cincinnati attractions for adults so everyone has something to do when going to the city. First on our list of the the best Cincinnati attractions for adults is River Downs Racetrack. The track features live thoroughbred racing and features full-card simulcasting every single day of the week all year. If you get tired of the sunshine and watching the races, you can visit the climate-controlled club house which has a dining area. Also, if you do happen to bring your kids, try to do it on the weekends as there are … [Read more...]

The Top Cincinnati Attractions

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Visiting Cincinnati, Ohio can be a thrilling experience if you know where to go, so we have put together a list of the top Cincinnati Attractions that we think you'll love, whether you are traveling by yourself, or have the whole family with you. These Cincinnati attractions should not be missed on your tour of the city. First is a great attraction for kids as well as adults, in the Robert D. Lindner Family Omnimax Theater, which is a unique theater that shows documentaries that explore the great areas of our earth and space including Coral Reef tours and Hubble Space views. The difference between this and other high definition theaters is that the screens are wrap around and are five stories. Combine this with the state of the art digital audio system the museum boasts and you have one … [Read more...]