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Cincinnati Symphony Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
Contemporary Arts Center Duke Energy Children's Museum
Harriet Beecher Stowe Home Irwin M. Krohn Conservatory
King's Island Riverbend Music Center
Showboat Majestic the Cyclones & Silverbacks
the Beach Taft Museum
William Howard Taft National Historic Site

William Howard Taft National Historic Site

2038 Auburn Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio
Phone: 513 684-3262

The birthplace and boyhood home of William Taft, the 27th president of the United States. He was also the 10th chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. The home is in the Greek Revival style and is built of brick. Four rooms are furnished to reflect the life of Taft. Other rooms are devoted to other aspects of the family and his public career.


Taft Museum of Art

316 Pike St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Phone: 513-241-0343

See this example of Federal architecture built in 1820. There are 12 rooms of displays and exhibits including portraits and landscapes by Rembrandt, Corot, Gainsborough, Turner and Whistler. Many other items may be seen also. The outside grounds include a formal garden. Guided tours are available.


Irwin M. Krohn Conservatory

Eden Park
Cincinnati, Ohio
Phone: 513 421-4086

See permanent displays as well as seasonal plantings. Among the permanent settings are desert, orchid and tropical rain forest flora. Guided tours are available.


Harriet Beecher Stowe House

2950 Gilbert Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Phone: 513-632-5120

The author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" about the evils of slavery, lived here with her family. The home has displays and exhibits about the Beecher family and the abolitionist movement, also the history of African-Americans.


Contemporary Arts Center

115 E. 5th St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Phone: 513-345-8400

Changing exhibits may be seen here of paintings, sculpture and photography.


Cincinnati Nature Center

4949 Tealtown Rd.
north of town
Phone: 513-831-1711

790 acres of land with nature trails totaling more than 14 miles. There is a library, displays and a bird-viewing area. See a working Black Angus cattle farm during specific times of the year. Please call for details.


Cincinnati Fire Museum

315 W. Court St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Phone: 513-621-5553

See the history of firefighting in Cincinnati at this museum which has hands-on exhibits, restored antique firefighting equipment and more.


Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau

phone: 800 543-2613


Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

Judged America's Finest Exhibit.

3400 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45220

Phone: 513-363 -2000


Duke Energy Children's Museum

700 W. Pete Rose Way
Cincinnati, OH 45203
Phone: 513-42105437

Wiggle! Water! Machines! Climbing! Computers! Three floors of exciting hands-on learning, playing for pre-schoolers to pre-adolescents and their families. Open 12-5 W, Th, Sun; 10-5 Sat; 12-8 Fri. Weekend programs. This museum has been open since 1998


King's Island

6300 Kings Island Drive
Kings Island, OH 45034

Phone: 513 573-5800
Toll-free: 800 288-0808

Entertainment capital of the Midwest and one of America's premier family theme parks.


Cincinnati Museum Center

Union Terminal
1301 Western Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45203
phone: 513 287-7000
Toll-free: 800 733-2077

Included in this museum center are: The Cincinnati History Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science, The Robert D. Linder Family OMNIMAX Theater and more.


Cincinnati Opera

Music Hall
1241 Elm Street

Cincinnati, OH 45210
Subscription hotline: 513 241-ARIA (2742)

Second oldest company in the U.S.

Group rates


Cincinnati Symphony

1241 Elm St.
Cincinnati, OH 45210
phone: 513 621-1919

Pops concert series also in the summer.


Showboat Majestic

435 East Mehring Way
Foot of Broadway in Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: 513 241-6550

The Showboat Majestic is a bonafied National Historic Landmark, still featuring the best in musical, comedies and dramas!


Cincinnati Reds

100 Cinergy Field
Cincinnati, OH 45202
phone: 513 421-REDS.


Cincinnati Bengals

1574 W. 8th St.
Cincinnati OH 45204
phone: 513 621-3550
Football Ticket requests/payment - 200 Cinergy Field.

Paul Brown Stadium - home of the Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL.


Cincinnati Cyclones & Cincinnati Silverbacks

2250 Seymour Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45212
phone: 513 531-7825

Professional hockey team playing home games here.

Information: Cyclones - 513 531-PUCK

The Silverbacks - professional soccer - began here in 1995-96 and the team was discontinued after the 1997-98 season.


The Beach

across from the island.
Phone: 513 398-SWIM

The midwest's only water coaster. Real sand, real waves, over 30 water attractions.


Cincinnati CityBeat

Learn all about Cincinnati and what is going on in the city!


Riverbend Music Center

6295 Kellogg Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
For more information call (513) 232-6220

Concert and event venue for Greater Cincinnati


Cincinnati Art Museum

920 Eden Park Dr
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: 513-721-5204
Toll-free: 1-877-472-4226


Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra

105 W. 4th Street #810
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: 513-723-1182


Cincinnati History Museum

1301 Western Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45203-1129
Phone: 513-287-7000


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