Are you planning to visit Cincinnati on the next holiday? You’ve made a terrific choice. Cincinnati is a beautiful city in the northeast region of Ohio. There are a lot of fun and exciting activities as well as beautiful sight seeing spots in Cincinnati. So, what are you waiting for? Plan you’re itinerary and book your hotel. To complete your itinerary, here are our top suggestion of to do list and must-visit spots in Cincinnati.
Visit Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
As one of the top zoos and botanical garden in the United States, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is our first pick. Opened 140 years ago, the zoo and botanical garden is the second oldest zoo in the nation and already famous as one of top attraction in Cincinnati. This is a good spot to go with your kids, your best friends, or maybe just you and your significant other. You can enjoy the beauty of a floral garden and also watch many interesting animal attraction in the zoo
Visit Cincinnati Art Museum
Cincinnati Art Museum is housed in a wonderfully preserved Roman-style building. This art museum has an impressive collection, which spans more than five centuries, displaying the arts produced by European masters, as well as modern art pieces by Picasso, Monet, and Pissarro. Different than another museum that we know, this art museum is child-friendly as the museum have an interactive space called The Rosenthal Education Center where the whole family can enjoy the experience of making art.
Join The American Legacy Tours
The American Legacy Tours consist of a few tours that allow you to explore the history and heritage of the Cincinnati area. The most famous tours are the Queen City Underground Tour and The Queen City Haunted Tour. The Queen City Underground Tour will take you to explore through the historic neighborhood including examining a century-old tunnel underground. The queen City Haunted Tour invites you to Cincinnati’s past and delves into the stories of paranormal activity and other mysterious tales of the city.
Visit Findlay Market
Located just a few blocks away from downtown area, Findlay Market has been one of Cincinnati’s most cherished place. The market is one of Ohio’s oldest public market, serves you more than three dozen indoor shops selling a lot of delicacy and handmade goods. Do come on the weekend, as there will be special events including street performances, farmers market and an added dozen of outdoor shops. Don’t forget that the market is closed on Mondays.