Cincinnati is known for riverboat cruised on the Ohio. Learn about cruises and other unique offerings for group tour and motorcoaches here.
Enjoy rolling down the Ohio River and see what made this rivertown grow into a major metropolitan city. Sightseeing cruises available in the afternoons. Lunch or dinner cruises are available for you groups to enjoy a meal while enjoying the views of Downtown Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
The Cincinnati Fire Museum preserves and exhibits Greater Cincinnati, Ohio's firefighting artifacts and honors firefighters, both past and present. The fire museum is housed in a restored 1907 firehouse. The Court Street Firehouse is listed in the National Register. Over 200 years of firefighting history is on display in the Cincinnati Fire Museum. Exhibits include examples of early leather fire buckets, an 1808 fire drum, the oldest surviving fire engine in Cincinnati, and an 1836 hand pumper. The museum also features and interactive exhibit that allows visitors to experience a modern Emergency-One fire engine cab by wailing the siren, ringing the bell, and flashing the lights.
NASCAR is the # 1 spectator sport with more of the top 20 highest attended events in the US than any other sport. The Kentucky Speedway hosts the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NASCAR Truck Series and the ARCA Series. Group seating available for all races including hospitality areas. Reserved motor coach parking is available.
Find out how Ohio guided the world to take to the skies with Orville and Wilbur Wright as you visit the meager bicycle shop that spawned the aerospace industry. See the actual aircraft and walk the field that first perfected flight. Continue your journey to the National Museum of United States Air Force for a comprehensive look at the progression of flight over the past 100 years with over 360 aircraft and missiles on display. A presidential gallery allows you to see the aircraft utilized by POTUS over the years while the National Aviation Hall of Fame displays the individuals who have benchmarked accomplishments in flight. The Tri-State Warbird Museum in Cincinnati USA offers a homage to the beautiful aircraft of World War II, educate our visitors on America's role in WWII, and to honor the veterans who fought and those who made the ultimate sacrifice.