Things to do in Cincinnati



Middle of the West
Cincinnati is the 27th most populated city in the United States. During the mid 1840s, it inherited the nickname Queen City after citizens called it the Queen City of the West. This modest town of nearly 300,000 is centrally located on the Ohio River. The beauty of Cincinnati's demographics, is its access to interstates pointing towards all directions of the United States. 

Cincinnati is known for several things, but one of its greatest attractions is on the National Register of Historic Places. Over-the-Rhine is a former German-immigrant neighborhood in North Cincinnati. This community attains one of the largest collection of Italian architecture in the world. Other magnificent architecture includes pristine real estate such as the Vernon Manor hotel opened in 1924, or the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza opened in 1931. 

Like other popular Midwestern cities, Cincinnati has renowned eating spots like LaRosa's Pizza and Montgomery Inn Restaurant or other famous Hotels Cincinnati Ohio, which served more than 800,000 people last year. From seafood to barbecue, the choices of what to eat around Cincinnati seem unlimited. 

Queen City
When Cincinnati celebrated its 200th birthday in 1988, it sparked the start of a vast revitalization project that eventually introduced four outstanding sites in early 2000 like the:
 

  • Paul Brown Football Stadium for the Cincinnati Bengals football team in 2000
  • The Great American Ball Park for the Cincinnati Reds baseball team in 2003
  • the Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art in 2003
  • The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in 204

Activities in Cincinnati
If the aforementioned museums or similar attractions like the Cincinnati Art Museum and Franklin Mural in nearby Franklin, Ohio do not interest you; there is still plenty of things to do and places to go in Cincinnati. Check out the Cincinnati Convention Center hotels, or the Newport Aquarium offers incredible sites, and the famed Cincinnati Zoo is noted for its wide array of wild animals. Now if you do not care for animal watching, but are an outdoorsy type of individual; there is even more activities for you and your family like the:
 

  • Kings Island
  • The Beach Waterpark
  • Great Wolf
  • Ozone Zipline Adventures
  • Coney Island Cincinnati

Cinci-Nature
Hotels in Cincinnati Ohio are affordable, so if everything mentioned up to this point is not enough, you might like the Little Miami Scenic Bike Trail. This scenic trail takes cyclist through Cincinnati's most gorgeous wilderness. If you love nature, Caesars Creek State Park has some breathtaking views. Regardless of your preference, Cincinnati has something to entertain you and your family during your visit. In conclusion, make sure you plan your trip well in advance.

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