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Local Food + Drink
Located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, this posh bar features karaoke, DJs, salsa and line dancing, and a daily happy hour—all offered while you sip your choice of more than 100 vodka varieties.
Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse™
Modeled after the 1940s-era Art Deco steak houses of New York City, this high-end restaurant features an extensive wine and cocktail list in addition to its savory steak and dinner menu.
Maplewood Kitchen and Bar
Set in a loft-style diner setting, this restaurant caters to healthy cuisine—dishes are prepped with locally sourced, organic ingredients.
Moerlein Lager House
Catering to beer lovers, this restaurant and bar features dinner specials and events including trivia.
Arts + Culture
Cincinnati Art Museum
At the Cincinnati Art Museum, explore a stunning series of permanent and rotating exhibits focused on poetry, woodwork, painting, and folk art.
Cincinnati Museum Center
This expansive museum, located at Union Terminal, includes the Cincinnati History Museum, Duke Energy Children's Museum, Museum of Natural History & Science, and the OMNIMAX® Theater.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens is a top city destination: Visit exciting animal exhibits like the Cheetah Encounter, Penguin Chat, Wings of Wonder, and Blakely's Barnyard Bonanza, or go on tours of the stunning botanical gardens.
Constructed in 1933 in Art Deco style, the Krohn Conservatory is home to 3,500 plant species and includes popular exhibits like the Butterfly Show.
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Discover the story of the underground railroad, and view rotating exhibits focused on this fascinating event in history.
Cincinnati Premium Outlets®
This outlet mall is located right off I-75 at exit 29, and featues big-name stores like COACH, MICHAEL KORS®, Polo Ralph Lauren®, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, and Under Armour®.
Sports and Recreatiom
Fun for the whole family, the Coney Island amusement park features a minigolf course, water park, and traditional rides.
Great American Ball Park
Home to the Cincinnati Reds, this baseball stadium originally opened in 2003 and also features a hall of fame museum and special events.
This premier theme park has it all—exciting roller coasters, the Soak City Waterpark, and the Dinosaurs Alive exhibit, making it an enjoyable excursion for kids of all ages.
Paul Brown Stadium
Visit Paul Brown Stadium—host to 65,535 seats for football fans—and cheer on the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Beach Waterpark
Take a ride on the Riptide Racer, a 4-lane racing slide; zoom across the Soaring Eagle Zip Line; and splash around in the wave pool at this outdoor water park.