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American Sign Museum
The museum is home to the history of American signage over the last century. Signs from the late 1800's are hand painted and gold leafed. Milk glass letters illuminate the electric age alongside bare bulbs. The thirty's gave rise to neon signs and a rainbow of new signs. Post war, plastics became quite popular. All these era's come together on Main Street, where we've recreated a streetscape you'll have to see to believe! It's a great family activity, and the most unique party space in Cincinnati! For information on guided tours and event, please visit our website!
1330 Monmouth Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45225

T (513) 541-6366

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Cincinnati Art Museum
Love Van Gogh? Monet? O'Keeffe? Located in scenic Eden Park, the Cincinnati Art Museum features a diverse collection of more than 65,000 artworks spanning 6,000 years, including painting, sculptures, decorative arts, fashion, photography and prints. The museum also presents special exhibitions each year. Enjoy lunch at the Terrace Cafe or stop in the gift shop for the best art-related gifts in town. General admission is always free to 73 permanent collection galleries and the REC family interactive center. Exhibition pricing varies. Parking is free, starting September 26, 2016. Open Tuesday - Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. starting November 3, 2016.
953 Eden Park Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45202

T (513) 721-2787

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Cincinnati Fire Museum
The Cincinnati Fire Museum highlights the significant contributions Cincinnati has made ever since it became the first paid professional fire department in the U.S in 1853. Its mission is to share and celebrate the history of firefighting in Cincinnati while providing a unique fire-safety education experience. Listed on the National Historic Registry since 1974, the museum building was once the Engine Company #45 Firehouse starting in 1906. In 1980, the firehouse was transformed into the Cincinnati Fire Museum. And since then, people of all ages have come to see one of the best collections of firefighting artifacts in the United States.
315 W. Court Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

T (513) 621-5553

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Cincinnati Heritage Programs - Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
The Cincinnati Museum Center Heritage Programs is proud to present its 2017 schedule of historical, cultural and architectural tours. For more than 30 years, the docents have enjoyed sharing their passions for history.The all-volunteer Cincinnati Heritage Programs has unlocked doors to privately owned places generally not open to the public.The Ambassadors of Cincinnati History strive to inspire people to learn and appreciate the regions history. Visit cincymuseum.org/programs/heritage for tour dates.
1301 Western Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45203

T (513) 287-7000

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Cincinnati Observatory
The region's most exciting learning opportunities for families, scouts, K-12 students & teachers. Two National Historic Landmark buildings, one designed by noted architect Samuel Hannaford, complement the beautiful green space setting. The Museum is open Monday-Friday 12-4pm. Public telescope viewing most Thursday and Friday evening (times vary, reservations required). 2nd & 4th Sunday historical tours. Special science, historical and community events throughout the year. See our website and Facebook page for the complete program listing.
3489 Observatory Place
Cincinnati, OH 45208

T (513) 321-5186

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Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum
The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Museum was created in 1958 to celebrate greatness, preserve history, and provide inspiration. This interactive family entertainment venue showcases the world’s largest collection of Cincinnati Reds Memorabilia and artifacts. While visiting the Cincinnati Reds Museum go back in time to the theater that is modeled after the Crosley Field bleachers. Today, the Museum is home to hundreds of plaques, photographs, and memories so don’t miss out on this admirable Cincinnati destination.
100 Joe Nuxhall Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202

T (513) 765-7923

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Contemporary Arts Center - Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art
Renowned architect Zaha Hadid designed this six-story museum on the corner of 6th & Walnut. Open Monday 10 am - 9 pm, Wednesday Friday 10 am - 6 pm; and
44 East 6th Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

T (513) 345-8400

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Creation Museum
The Creation Museum is located in Petersburg, Kentucky, just a 20 minute drive from downtown Cincinnati. Take a walk through our state-of-the-art biblical history exhibit and experience the world from a different point of view. Our 75,000 square-foot facility offers over 160 exhibits, a planetarium, botanical gardens, and zip lines. Our newest exhibit, Noah’s Ark, which is built to biblical proportions, opened in 2016.
2800 Bullittsburg Church Rd.
Petersburg, KY 41080

T (888) 582-4253

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