We reveal stories about freedom's heroes, from the era of the Underground Railroad to contemporary times, challenging and inspiring everyone to take courageous steps for freedom today.
Get $10 off a family membership or $5 off an individual membership when you check in.
Views are spectacular because of it's great location. Very well designed museum that keeps one learning and entertained. Good for date.
There's a lot to see so plan on spending the whole day. You can accomplish it an hour or two.
Check out the eternal flame and the beautiful view of the Roebling Suspension Bridge.
Great place to learn black history
I thought I knew the weight of slavery until I went here...Now I know that I cannot begin to feel what slaves went through. Grateful for this National Center. Everyone should go at least once!
Stephen Marc photo exhibition is the very best of artistic inspiration.
Provides a tour of the plight of slaves from their capture in Africa to their shipment to America and enslavement. Here are great examples of African-Americans' contributions: http://bet.us/BHM
The museum portrays the struggle for freedom and its connection to the Underground Railroad in Cincinnati. The Center challenges its visitors to contemplate the meaning of freedom in their own lives.
Become a zombie yourself on October 20 and join the fun at the Cincinnati Zombie Walk. The walk begins downtown at the Freedom Center and is a free event for all ages.
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Don't take the guided tour - the self tour has to be better. The guide talked about everything but the Underground Railroad.
This museum is a must see stop if you're in the Cincinnati area. It has amazing and informative exhibits with new and interactive ways to view them.
For events held here during nights and weekends, street parking is usually available on the other side of Ft. Washington Way for free. Walk a block and save up to $10.
Much more than a museum, the Freedom Center reveals stories about freedom’s heroes and challenges guests to take steps to make a difference in their own lives and in their own world.
The theater side has a great view of Covington and Paul Brown Stadium.
The exhibits tell a poignant part of our history. I am always amazed at those who have never gone. I guarantee it is worth seeing the exhibits. Don't like it, call me & get your money back.
Watch the movie on the 2nd floor! Its good!
This photo shows the Great Flood of April 1913 as it looked on 2nd St in front of what is now the Freedom Center. From the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
Don't come here on field trips. Not school friendly.
Parking $17 on Reds game days.
Check out the NURFC's new iPod tour!
Stop in the shop and check out the beautiful jewelry after your tour.
Check out "Invisible: Slavery Today."