The Duke Energy Children's Museum is open at Union Terminal and consistently ranks in the top 10 childrenâ€™s museums in the U.S. All ages can experience Vikings: Beyond The Legend, a myth-busting exhibition that has captivated millions of people around the world, as the largest collection of Viking artifacts to visit North America comes to Cincinnati. Buy tickets now at cincymuseum.org. Members Always Save. Discounted Group tickets available. #VikingsSailCincy
The 1,000-acre Kentucky Speedway provides a unique, versatile venue for trade shows, exhibitions, meetings, retreats, and receptions. While here, check out our 1.5 mile tri-oval race track, which is known for the toughest turn in NASCAR, Turn 3. With our 87,000 capacity venue and one NASCAR race weekend annually in July, the Kentucky Speedway offers something for everyone.
Cincinnatiâ€™s Music Hall has been a community gathering place for over 133 years. Built in 1878, retains the elegance of the Old World decor, yet updated to meet contemporary standards in technical equipment and amenities. The Music hall is home to on the largest theaters and ballrooms in the Greater Cincinnati Area. Music Hall is home to the country fifth oldest Symphony Orchestra, second oldest Opera Company, and longest running choral festival (May Festival) in the western hemisphere.
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a museum of conscience, an education center, a convener of dialogue, and a beacon of light for inclusive freedom around the globe.
Our physical location in downtown Cincinnati is just a few steps from the banks of the Ohio River. Since opening in 2004, we have filled a substantial void in our nationâ€™s cultural heritage. Rooted in the stories of the Underground Railroad, we illuminate the true meaning of inclusive freedom by presenting permanent and special exhibits that inspire, public programming that provoke dialogue and action, and educational resources that equip modern abolitionists.
Itâ€™s all here at Bonnybrook Farms, located just 20 minutes east of Kings Island in beautiful southern Warren County. Corporate Picnics and Chuck Wagon Dinner Rides guests enjoy delicious food made fresh on the farm and have great fun with Giant Slingshots, Clodhopper Golf, Archery, Wagon Rides, Pony Rides, Fishing Pond, Petting Animals and more! Fall on the Farm adds more family fun with Adventure Wagon Ride, â€śPick Your Ownâ€ť Pumpkin Patch and Crazed Corn Maze. Bonnybrook is also the perfect venue for Weddings, Motor Coach Tours, Convention Groups & Special Events. School Field Trips in May and October are teacher favorites..
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!
Year-round high-speed indoor Go Kart racing. Two professionally designed race tracks offering a fun, safe and competitive racing experience. Drivers 8 + can experience the thrill of High speed racing. Drivers ages 4-7 can also get in on the action on our Micro Mile electric track. Our facility features multiple party and conference rooms and can accommodate groups up to 200+ please call for details.
We also feature 2 challenging 1/32 scale electric slot car tracks.
A unique blend of art and contemporary society, Neusole Glassworks is here, creating an exciting public access glass facility devoted to creating and promoting glass art. We are proud of the fact that we are the only hot-glass studio; capable of multiple techniques with glass, open to the public in Cincinnati. We not only create pieces for sale through our gift shop; we also offer custom glass design services and educational instruction in all of the techniques we use. Artists, designers and glass enthusiasts all come together to share, learn and grow as individuals and as a glass community.
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.
Get Ready to Get Lucky at Miami Valley Gaming! With over 1800 gaming machines, 4 restaurants, harness racing and live entertainment, there's something fun for everyone! Conveniently located just off I-75 at exit 29 between Cincinnati and Dayton with lots of free parking. Banquet/event/meeting space is also available.
Belterra Park Gaming is a fully-integrated entertainment center in a beautiful setting along the Ohio River on Kellogg Avenue in Cincinnati, just off I-275. Featuring the latest and most exciting gaming; six restaurants including Favorites, Stadium Sports Bar and The Market Buffet and Live Thoroughbred racing. At Belterra Park, you'll never run out of things to do!
Nestled in the northeast side of Cincinnati, Blooms & Berries Farm Market is a 61-acre Farm market that provides visitors a unique experience for families, large groups and corporate outings. While visiting, our guests can explore our seasonal offerings from u-pick produce to corn mazes and hayrides. Come taste and explore our retail market and bakery, smell the fresh flowers in our garden center, play with your children in the play yard, visit the farm animals and enjoy being with nature through our unique farm experience.
Love Van Gogh? Monet? O'Keeffe? Located in scenic Eden Park, the Cincinnati Art Museum features a diverse collection of more than 67,000 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 Rosenthal Education Center (REC) with interactive activities for families. Exhibition pricing varies. Parking is free. Open Tuesday–Sunday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m. and Thursdays, 11 a.m.–8 p.m.
Founded in 1992, the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA) is dedicated to managing two of the Tri-Stateâ€™s finest performing arts venues: the Aronoff Center for the Art and the Music Hall. The CAA is also dedicated to supporting performance and visual arts. Each year, the CAA presents a diverse schedule of events; serving an upwards of 600,000 people in its venues. Each venue uniquely features the work of talented local, regional, and national artists in the Weston Art Gallery (located in the Aronoff Center); and supports the work of more than one dozen resident companies. Since 1955, the CAA has reached more than 1.3 million students with it acclaimed art education program.
The Aronoff Center 650 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
The Cincinnati Bengals are a pro-football team named after a past professional football team in Cincinnati. The Bengals were established in 1967 after Paul Brown helped expand the franchise into the modern-era American Football League. Today, Paycor Stadium is the home field for the Cincinnati team. So stop on in and be a part of the jungle.
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is the region's preeminent professional theatre. Winner of two Tony Awards, the Playhouse produces a season of mainstage and community touring productions from Sept. to June that feature storytelling of exceptional artistry and unmatched variety.
The Playhouse draw's the nation's finest theatre artists from across the country to Cincinnati for a range of new and classic works, regional and world premieres, musicals and dramas that are all performed in an intimate, iconic setting, which is conveniently located in Eden Park on the edge of Mt. Adams - just minutes from downtown Cincinnati.
NEWLY RENOVATED FOR 2019 (opening in March)!The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum presented by Dinsmore is the place where the story of Reds baseball comes alive each day. As the largest team museum in Major League Baseball, the REds Hall of Fame features 16,000 square feet of historical, interactive and educational exhibits, highlighting the rich and storied tradition of the Reds for fans of all ages.
Coney Island's wide variety of attractions and events provides a uniquely fun experience for guests of all ages. Coney is home to Sunlite Pool, the largest flat-surface pool in North America, holding over 3 million gallons of water! The Pool covers more than two acres, including over an acre of shallow water - perfect for little swimmers. Guests can twist and turn down three thrilling waterslides - the Twister, Pipeline Plunge and the Cyclone. Sunlite Pool also boasts three diving boards, an in-pool speed slide and is monitored by an Award-winning lifeguard staff.
Eat, Drink, Play and watch EPIC Sports. Take a look at the awesome fun that awaits! We've got more than 200 games in our Million Dollar Midway. Win tickets playing our games and turn them in for great prizes in the Winner's Circle. Wow, you can even take home some of the fun! Hungry yet? Grab an appetizer at the bar, or head into our dining room for awesome dishes created by our fun-loving chefs. With a full menu featuring burgers, steaks, seafood, pasta, salads and more, you're sure to find something that satisfies.