This hub is a can’t-miss place for ice skating in the winter or an afternoon hang-out spot during warmer days. Check out their calendar for a long list of free concerts, events, and markets.
A 10-minute walk from downtown is the redeveloped 45-acre riverfront park district. Check out Smale Riverfront Park, Sawyer Point & Yeatman’s Cove’s world-class playground and spray park.
Try the iconic Cincinnati chili, sometimes described as Greek meat sauce, at one of Skyline’s four locations. This regional staple is not served in a bowl but over a hot dog or spaghetti with tons of cheese.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is one of the free or affordable activities in the city and contains a diverse art collection of more than 67,000 works spanning 6,000 years.
The country’s most extensive collection of Italianate Renaissance architecture is now the new home to a bustling district of shops, top restaurants, the foodie-haven Findlay Market, and craft bars.