The city of Cincinnati lies in a wide basin on the north bank of the Ohio River in Southwest Ohio in the United States of America. Cincinnati is affectionately called as “Pearl of the West” and the “Queen City”. One of the great things about living or visiting in the Cincinnati area is that there are so many things for families to do and to enjoy. The city of Cincinnati also has a wide range of cultural and recreational facilities. Many of Cincinnati’s tourist big attractions, such as the art museum, zoo and Union Terminal, are scattered around the city. Explore the following top tourist destination in Cincinnati and have fun.
Cincinnati Art Museum
The Cincinnati Art Museum is one of the oldest art museums in the United States that have one of the comprehensive collections of over 60,000 works in the Midwest. Cincinnati Art Museum is well rich in terms of its encyclopedic collection of more than 60,000 objects, spanning 6,000 years of world art. The Cincinnati Art Museum is ranked as the ‘Top Art Museum for Families’ by Parenting Magazine as the museum offers public tours and educational activities for all ages.
Pleasure your eyes with the elegant painting collection includes works by European old masters such as Titian, Van Dyck, Hals, Rubens and Gainsborough and much more. General admission to the museum is free but the special exhibitions may charge a fee. The opening hours of the Cincinnati Art Museum are from Tuesday to Sunday in the time of 11:00 am. – 5:00 pm and the museum is closed on Monday and major holidays. The Cincinnati Art Museum is highly recommended for those who are seeking for art and education, enjoyment and relaxation.
Cincinnati Music Hall
Music Hall boasts one of the City’s largest event spaces, as well as some of the most beautiful, unique gathering places in Cincinnati. Cincinnati Music Hall hosts the Cincinnati Orchestra, amazing Ballet and attractive opera s well as other performing arts groups, with seating for over 3500 people. The Music Hall Ballroom can accommodate some 1300 people and is used for exhibitions and other events. A more intimate setting can be found in the Corbett Tower, with a well appointed room designed to hold just 300 people.
Cincinnati Music Hall offers you with lots of other facilitate things to the visitors that includes friendly, helpful planning and event staff and also with an open catering environment that allows you to choose a caterer who can work with your budget and taste preferences. You can access to several parking facilities adjacent to Music Hall. Overall, Cincinnati Music Hall is the gem of the city and also the loveliest buildings in the city.(Image by:Billy V)
Paramount’s Kings Island
Paramount’s Kings Island is located about 30 minutes north of Cincinnati. Kings Island, formerly known as Paramount’s Kings Island, is a 364-acre theme park and water park north of Cincinnati and the largest park of its kind in the Midwest. Paramount’s Kings Island is a 364-acre amusement park that boasts more than 40 thrill rides, including 14 exciting roller coasters. The thrills never seem to end at Kings Island. Enjoy the fun to the core at King Island without missing any rides.
These are the top rated tourist attractions in Cincinnati, explore and indulge in the beauty of Queen City with your families.
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