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Home to the world's oldest telescope still in use nightly by the public - an 11” wood and brass refractor from 1842. John Quincy Adams gave his last public speech during the 1843 cornerstone ceremony. Read more.
Did you know? The museum has the only collection of ancient Nabataean art outside of Jordan. The Nabateans were, at one time, the largest empire in Europe or the Middle East. Read more.
My favorite restaurant in Cincinnati. Have the sparkling sangria and the chicken tacos. The best!! Read more.
They have great lunches (and Sunday Brunch). Menu changes daily, click the link to se today's specials. Read more.
EAT HERE! The food (unlike anything else you in Cincinnati), the drinks (all unique and delicious!), and the atmosphere (old Rook Wood Pottery kilns you eat inside of) all add to the experience. Read more.
Go to City View Tavern and have a burger and/or beer on the back porch during nice weather. It's a great view of the city and very peaceful. Read more.
Did you know? The mansion was the home of William Howard Taft’s half brother, Charles, who co-founded the museum. In 1908, Taft accepted the presidential nomination under the house’s portico. Read more.
Coney Island was purchased in 1886 by a steamboat company, who turned it into anamusement park. Their boats were the most popular way to get there. Photo of midway in 1929. cincinnativiews.net Read more.
This museum is dedicated to the story of the enslaved that crossed the Ohio River (which separated the free states from the slave states) and traveled along the Underground Railroad. Read more.
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is considered one of the top zoos in the nation and one of the very best for kids. More than 1.2 million people visit the zoo's award-winning exhibits, 500 animal Read more.
Spring Grove is home to 41 Union Civil War Generals (and 1 Confederate), Procter and Gamble, McAlpin, Shillito, Kroger, Schoenling and Moerlein in its 733 acres. Courtesy cincinnativiews.net. Read more.
Great for Reds fans or baseball fans in general. Tons of great history on the club & the sport of baseball. Interactive exhibits including a real pitching mound for you to test out your arm. Cheap! Read more.
City Hall has been on this site since 1852. The current building, designed by Samuel Hannaford (who designed Music Hall) opened in 1893. Collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton Co. Read more.
Incredible waffles. Forget the toppings, go for the "Traditional." And take advantage of your Check-ins to get your BOGO offer on every second Check-in. Read more.