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Best of Cincinnati

Best of Cincinnati
Best of Cincinnati

© Sean Biehle

Known as the "Queen City," Cincinnati is certainly home to a royal range of sights and activities. From the Flying Pig Marathon and the Midpoint Music Festival to downtown attractions like Reds baseball and a diverse bar scene, Cincinnati has a wide selection to offer. Visit one of the top zoos in the country, take a trip to the childhood home of President William Howard Taft, or just enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of this "Queen of the West." Check out our best of Cincinnati below.

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Carew Tower Observation Deck
  • Carew Tower Observation Deck
  • In the center of the city stands the 574 foot Carew Tower, one of the Cincinnati's tallest buildings and a landmark for over 70 years. The tower's construction and development began during the Great Depression.
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Cincinnati Art Museum
  • Cincinnati Art Museum
  • The Cincinnati Art Museum is one of the oldest art institutions in the United States. It sits regal and Romanesque in the hills of Eden Park and houses one of the most comprehensive art collections in the Midwest.
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Cincinnati Museum Center
  • Cincinnati Museum Center
  • The Cincinnati Museum Center has made its home in Cincinnati's Union Terminal since 1990. In addition to its own collections, the Museum Center regularly features traveling exhibitions, and is home of the state-of-the-art OMNIMAX Theater.
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Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens
  • Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens
  • The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens is one of the best in the country according to Zagat Survey and a recommended stop for any Cincinnati visitor. Founded in 1873, over a million people now enter the park annually to appreciate its lush botanical gardens and wildlife.
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Eden Park
  • Eden Park
  • Eden Park is more than just another public green space, it's a 186-acre destination. Crowning one of Cincinnati's signature hills, this former vineyard boasts views, flowers, and trails as well as art, theater, and history.
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Great American Ball Park
  • Great American Ball Park
  • Thousands of fans decked out in red and white spirit wear line the streets of downtown Cincinnati as they walk down to the river for a Reds game.
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Krohn Conservatory
  • Krohn Conservatory
  • Surrounded by Eden Park and close to Mirror Lake, with a fabulous view of the Ohio River, Krohn Conservatory is home to 3,500 species of exotic plants from around the world.
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Newport Aquarium
Paul Brown Stadium
Riverboat Cruises
  • Riverboat Cruises
  • Riverboat cruises in Cincinnati are a tradition as old as the city itself. No matter how many highways and byways we build, Cincinnati will always be a river city.
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Showboat Majestic
  • Showboat Majestic
  • Surviving from the heyday of floating theater popular in the mid-19th through mid-20th centuries, Showboat Majestic is the last original active showboat in the United States.
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Taft Museum
  • Taft Museum
  • The Taft Museum of Art may be among Cincinnati's most underrated attractions. This cultural gem rests behind a perfectly manicured lawn near downtown's Lytle Park.
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