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Duke Energy Children's Museum - Cincinnati Museum Center
The Duke Energy Children’s Museum at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal combines learning and fun for children of all ages. Kids can discover hands-on fun in any of our eight educational and themed play areas, including two specifically designed for pre-school aged and younger. Our mission is to encourage kids to climb, crawl, explore, and learn about themselves and the world around them. Kids can adventure into The Woods, or be a part of a machine in The Energy Zone, and explore the neighborhood in Kids’ Town. Children have the opportunity to dive into art, culture, reading, and science with our educational programs that we offer each year.

1301 Western Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45203

T (513) 287-7000

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Fifth Third Bank
Since 1858, Fifth Third Bank has left an indelible mark on the people and places of Cincinnati. Explore the heritage of one of Cincinnati's oldest banks and learn about Fifth Third's deep connections to well-known Cincinnatians that helped shape the Queen City. The museum features unique artifacts and interactive exhibits that not only tell the story of Fifth Third, but also touches on Cincinnati's history. The museum is located on Fountain Square next to the Fifth Third Banking Center, and is free and open to the public Tuesdays - Fridays, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. FifthThirdMuseum@53.com, (513) 534-2501.

38 Fountain Square Plaza,
Cincinnati, OH 45263

T (800) 972-3030

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Harriet Beecher Stowe House
The Harriet Beecher Stowe House is operated as an historical and cultural site focusing on Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin. The site also includes a look into the family, friends, and colleagues of the Beecher-Stowe family and the Lane Seminary. The abolitionist, civil and human rights, and Underground Railroad movements in which these historical figures participated in the 1830's to 1860's, as well as African-American history related to these movements, are a special focus of the House. Group visits by appointment are available throughout the year by calling: 513-751-0651 or 800-847-6507

2950 Gilbert Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45206

T (513) 751-0651

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Holocaust and Humanity Center
Located at Historic Union Terminal, the very site where many Holocaust survivors arrived in Cincinnati to rebuild their lives, HHC aims to ensure the lessons of the past inspire action. Through innovative storytelling, interactive experiences, and genuine artifacts, visitors will witness the strength and courage of the human spirit set against the backdrop of one of the darkest chapters in Human History. They will then move on to the Humanity Gallery where they will see examples of individuals who have worked toward making positive changes in our community and be challenged to think about what we can do as individuals to become upstanders and take action on topics that affect all of us.

1301 Western Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45203

T (513) 487-3055

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Krohn Conservatory
The Krohn Conservatory was built in 1933 and is located in Eden Park. You can travel just 2.1 miles from downtown Cincinnati to explore the exotic tropical, desert, and orchid plants the Conservatory has to offer. The Rain-forest-under-glass exhibit contains a variety of more than 5,000 plants from all over-the-world. Also, do not miss out on the internationally known butterfly event, where thousands of butterflies are free to fly throughout the show room in a specially-themed garden.

1501 Eden Park Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45202

T (513) 421-5707

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National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Upwards of 27 million people are currently enslaved around the world, more than at any other time in human history. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center uses exhibits and educational programs to promote a better understanding of freedom today. The Freedom Center incorporates stories and artifacts from the Underground Railroad era to relate this unique American story to the efforts of Modern day abolition. Ordinary people, like you, have the power to make extraordinary strides toward freedom.

50 East Freedom Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202

T (513) 333-7500

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The Greater Cincinnati Police Historical Society Museum
The Greater Cincinnati Police Museum is the only regional police museum in the United States. The Cincinnati Police story cannot be told without telling the stories of every police agency in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Eastern Indiana. We represent all Federal, State, Local, and private police agencies in the area. And Juncta Juvant has made Cincinnati and Greater Cincinnati what it is today, the safest area in the country in which to live. Our primary focus is to honor the officers who have given their lives in the performance of their duty. We have over 5,000 artifacts, over half of which are on display. See our mascot Handsome, a dog over one hundred and fourteen years old.

308 Reading Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45202

T (513) 300-3664

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Tri-State Warbird Museum
The Tri-State Warbird Museum was formed in 2003 is dedicated to remembering those who fought for our freedom, and honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice. The Warbird Museum is committed to preserving the aircrafts from WWII, to educate visitors on America’s role during the war. Planes such as the P-51D Mustang, “Cincinnati Miss,” AT-6D Texan, “Tweety,” the Grumman TB-3 Avenger, and many more can be founded at this historical museum.

4021 Borman Dr.
Batavia, OH 45103

T (513) 735-4500

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