Home of the famed Cincinnati Reds, the Great American Ball Park has been hosting devoted fans and sports enthusiasts since 2003. Replete with state-of-the-art technology and excellent seating, the stadium marked its eighth season in the top flight (the MLB) in the 2010 season. Fans will appreciate the Great American Ball Park's scenic and central location on the Ohio River, as well as the many amenities offered here. Check the website or call ahead for tickets and other information.
This performing arts center is named after Ohio senator Stanley Aronoff. Designed by well-known architect Cesar Pelli, the Aronoff Center for the Arts is located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati, making it a premier performing arts venue around town. Events hosted here range from dance and theater productions to musicals and visual art exhibitions. Education programs, prominent events, and even tours are also offered here. Whether you prefer comedy or drama, audio or visual, you'll love the Aronoff Center for the Arts.
A huge part of Cincinnati's transportation history, the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal recounts the significance of this historical building. Built in the Art Deco style, this station was one of the last stations of its size ever built. Since opening in 1933, the station has been transformed and now houses three exciting museums: the Cincinnati History Museum, Museum of Natural History and History, and Cinergy Children's Museum. Great for kids and adults of all interests, the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal is a can't-miss cultural hub.
Revealing the heroic stories of the Underground Railroad to present day era, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center strives to shed light on the history of slavery in the United States and how it relates to contemporary times. Tucked away along the banks of the Ohio River, this educational center and museum opened in 2004. Permanent and traveling exhibits challenge and inspire visitors to learn more about the past with informative displays.
The Contemporary Arts Center has made national headlines with its daring exhibits of contemporary art, and it has been called into court to defend the First Amendment on more than one occasion. Unlike the controversy that has brewed outside its walls, the Center itself is a quiet, calm place of visitors meandering through its spacious, well-lit rooms. Downtown workers often visit here at lunch to get away from their everyday hassles. The Contemporary Arts Center is located in the heart of downtown on the second floor of the Mercantile Building between Walnut and Main Streets. Call ahead or visit the website to know more.
The Taft Museum of Art is, for any art enthusiast, an enriching and exciting outing. Located in a 19th-century National Historic Landmark called the Baum-Longworth-Sinton-Taft House, the museum contains art from all over the world. Its collections include porcelain artifacts, European and American paintings, decorative artifacts, furniture, sculptures, and works of art by Rembrandt, Goya, Reynolds, Gainsborough, and many more greats. Today, apart from its regular exhibitions, the museum also hosts a number of events including photography exhibitions, music events, workshops, educational programs, and more.
The 213 Listening Room is a multipurpose event space inviting locals to have great entertainment. The venue is open for rehearsals, film screening, poetry recitals, musical concerts and for big and small events. The locals also gather here for community events and group discussions. If you are looking for a small but comfortable place to socialize then don't forget to drop by here.
Woodward Theater is a historic event venue built in 1913. Various upcoming and established artists delight the audience with hip-hop, soul, R&B and other musical renditions. You can enjoy a drink in their bar area while enjoying the music. The versatile space also accommodates private events and parties.
Nestled in the Over the Rhine neighborhood, Jack Wood Gallery commemorates vintage poster art. Its collection from the early-19th and mid-20th Century offers a glimpse into the city's glorious past as a hub for printing companies. Each poster represents a lithographic and graphic design landmark with a historical significance and aesthetic pleasure. They are categorized into varied subjects such as American Literary, Movies, Food, Belle Epoque, World War and Travel, and are renowned among art collectors and culture connoisseurs.