Things to do in Cincinnati

If you are at home and are always bored with nothing to do but you live in the Cincinnati area

you can go out and do all sorts of things. For example, you can go to the Cincinnati Art Museum.

It features an unparalleled art collection of more than 67,000 artworks in the time span of 6,000 years.

In addition to displaying its own broad collection, the art museum also host several national and

international traveling exhibitions each year. They have recently opened Rosenthal Education Center

offers an immersive, hands on experiment for families. It’s a place for for the whole family to come to and

have a great time.

Another place would be Newport on the Levee. It is a multi level urban retail entertainment center located

on the south bank of the Ohio River in Newport, Kentucky directly across from downtown Cincinnati. You

can sit back and enjoy all the entertainment and new experiences. You can go to the arcade at

Gameworks, you can go to the one of the best dining venues, you could go bowling at Axis Alley, the

aquarium, or watch the beautiful sunset over the Cincinnati Skyline. All this and more are all at Newport

and the Levee. Bring you family, bring your friends, bring your significant other and just have a night out.

If you are into history you might be interested in the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. It is

perched on the north bank of the Ohio River. It celebrates freedom’s heroes, from the era of the

Underground Railroad to contemporary times, complete with inspiring stories and hands on activities.

Even though the exhibits and programming, the Freedom Center offers and educational and inspiring

experience for children and adults alike. It is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 5pm.

The Creation museum is full of fun for the whole family. It is designed by a former Universal Studios

exhibit director. The Creation Museum presents a walk through biblical history in a state of the art 75,000

square foot museum. You can do a museum walk through, special effects theatre, Botanical gardens and

petting zoo, all of which is included in the admission.

Another place to visit if you like history, is the The Ark. The Ark encounter is a full sized reconstruction of

Noah’s Ark. Stretching more than 1.5 football fields in length and higher than four story house. You will be

shocked at how large it is. You can also visit the petting zoo, experience the themed restaurant and shop

in the gift shop, it’s a family fun event.

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