Things to see and do - Cincinnati
Unmissable tourist sites
Cincinnati Travel guide
Cincinnati : Michelin's recommendations
Named after the Roman soldier and statesman Cincinnatus, this bustling Ohio city thrived as a center of river commerce until the 1850s, when the railroad diverted traffic through Chicago. Today it is a manufacturing and business center experiencing a spurt of architectural renovation and new development including the glitzy Aronoff Center for the Arts, which has three theaters and an art gallery. On the riverbanks, two massive stadiums welcome fans of Cincinnati's professional sports teams, the Bengals (football) and the Reds (the nation's first professional baseball team).
Tourist attractions Cincinnati : Things to see and do
1301 Western Ave. USA - Cincinnati, OH 45203
Formerly a train station capable of accommodating 17,000 passengers and 216 trains a day, the structure is a 1933 Art Deco masterpiece of awesome proportions. Three full-size museums and a large-format theater fit easily within the multilevel buildin..
1301 Western Ave. 1301 USA - Cincinnati, OH 45203
Using multimedia walk-through exhibits, this excellent urban museum brilliantly re-creates the city's history through the 1940s, and includes a working model of Cincinnati, with working trains and inclines. Costumed interpreters enhance the visit.
2038 Auburn Ave USA - Cincinnati, OH 45219
The nation's 27th president, William Taft (1857-1930), lived in this handsome Greek Revival dwelling (1841) from his birth until he embarked on his political career 20 years later. Though well-to-do, Taft grew up with an appreciation of public servic..
150 West 5th Street USA - Cincinnati OH 45202
Connected by enclosed skywalk to the Duke Energy Convention Center, this contemporary hotel offers convenient facilities just steps from many area attractions in Cincinnati, Ohio. Millennium Hotel boasts skyline city views from the guest accommodati..