A region with rich experiences, new events and touching moments to offer group visitors. This is your official source for itineraries and group tour service for Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky.
BB RIVERBOAT CRUISES
From elegant dinners to themed parties to ice cream socials, see the Ohio River in style.
CINCINNATI MUSEUM CENTER AT UNION TERMINAL
The art deco masterpiece train station is alone worth a visit, but don't miss its three museums, traveling exhibits and Omnimax Theater. The Museum will be under renovation until 2017, however, the special exhibit space will remain open.
NATIONAL UNDERGROUND RAILROAD FREEDOM CENTER
Discover stories about freedom's heroes from the Underground Railroad era to contemporary times.
NEWPORT AQUARIUM & NEWPORT ON THE LEVEE
Come nose-to-nose with a hammerhead shark and meet a penguin. Stay and spend time at Newport on the Levee for shopping, entertainment and dining options such as the U.S.'s first Hofbrauhaus.
You can visit America's first baseball team during the season at Great American Ball Park, or visit the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum's interactive exhibits all year long.
AMERICAN SIGN MUSEUM
Come take a walk down memory lane and be mesmerized by spinning Sputnik-like signs from bygone eras.
AMERICAN LEGACY TOURS AND GANGSTER TOURS
Before Las Vegas, there was Newport, Kentucky. Explore the streets of Newport where gangsters made their millions.
Step-on guides are available. Ask about our Diamonds, Feathers and Fins tour!
CINCINNATI OBSERVATORY CENTER
Situated atop the rolling hillsides of Mt. Lookout, the Observatory is home to the world's oldest telescope still in use nightly by the general public.
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE HOUSE
Author of Uncle Tom's cabin, this historical landmark takes an in-depth look into civil rights during the Underground Railroad movement.
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
This is the birthplace and home to the 27th president of the United States.
Enjoy a real chuck wagon experience.
This oldest brick house in Ohio brings historical relevance to Cincinnati and the region.
SPRING GROVE CEMETERY AND ARBORETUM
Experience picturesque landscapes and 1,200 labeled plant species in a world-class horticultural garden.
JAMES A. RAMAGE CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
Located at Battery Hooper, this museum is one of the few remaining defensive positions against the Confederates left in the Cincinnati region.
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND CINCINNATI POPS
Be entertained by a Grammy-nominated ensemble including some of the world's finest musicians.
CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM, CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER AND TAFT MUSEUM OF ART
All offer a wide range of art exhibits featuring world-renowned collections.
Visual and performing arts as well as creative workshops in a 1904 Carnegie Library
BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA
Catch Broadway's most exciting shows at the Aronoff Center for the Arts.
Experience a repertoire of classic, neo-classic and contemporary ballet including the holiday favorite, The Nutcracker.
CINCINNATI OPERA - Indulge in a thrilling summer lineup of world-class vocalists, esteemed company debuts and stunning sets from the second oldest opera company in the U.S.
Full orchestra and 150-member community mass choir in one of Cincinnati's most highly anticipated annual concerts, features conductor, pianist and composer Charles Floyd, known for his work in Hollywood and with orchestras across the country and around the world. This sure-to-sell-out performance brings together friends and neighbors in this annual celebration of African-American musical heritage.
JACK CASINO CINCINNATI
Located in Downtown Cincinnati, casino features variety of games, marquee entertainment and destination restaurants including Prism Steakhouse and Bobby Flay's Burger Palace