With its wealth of attractions, Cincinnati is the perfect destination for every type of traveler. No matter what your itinerary calls for–business or pleasure–you're almost certain to stumble upon sights, sounds, and smells that reveal just how regal this city really is.
BB Riverboats — Get out on the water. Take a ride on the Ohio River and relax while enjoying the scenery of the city. There will never be a moment you feel lost because there's a captain aboard that keeps you well informed as you approach the city's most precious gems.
John G. & Phyllis W. Smale Riverfront Park — From an interactive flying pig to a giant foot piano, there's fun here for the entire family. Take a ride on the indoor carousel or kick your feet up on one of the many family-sized porch swings with the perfect river view.
American Sign Museum — When traveling, you should always pay attention to the signs, especially in a place like this. It has a collection of more than 200 signs ranging from the late nineteenth century to the 1970's. Definitely a must-see when traveling here.
Spring is a beautiful time in Cincinnati. However, if spring has sprung, it unfortunately means allergy season has too. To stay ahead of your allergy symptoms, make sure you make FLONASE® SENSIMIST™ Allergy Relief a part of your day, every day, to ensure you see the best this city has to offer.
The people of Cincinnati take their cuisine quite seriously. And after a bite at any of these spots, your taste buds will thank them.
Tom & Chee — Once featured on Shark Tank, this restaurant's bread and butter is ironically its Grilled Cheese Donut. Both inventive and delicious, the word scrumptious just doesn't seem to be enough to describe it.
Skyline Chili — When you make it here, you must order the Three-Way (spaghetti, cheese, and chili). It's the only way to order like a local, not to mention it's mouthwateringly delicious.
Graeter's Ice Cream — We all scream for ice cream. And with flavors like Buckeye Chocolate Chip and Bourbon Pecan Chocolate Chip, the crowd goes wild for this hometown favorite.
Interesting fact, Cincinnati was once home to more 5 star restaurants than the city of New York.
When it comes to the Bengals and the Red's, you can bet your bottom dollar Cincinnati fans are roaring with excitement. If sports aren't your thing, you can always try the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. With an amazing view of Downtown Cincinnati, you can experience the best the city has to offer in theater, arts, and entertainment.
John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge — This bridge connects Kentucky and Ohio and when it's lit at night, you can see a beautiful reflection of the city in the Ohio River.
Eden Park — Ahhh. One of the most refreshing and revitalizing places in this city. Get lost in the foliage, snap a pic, and have all your friends convinced that you've found paradise.
Fountain Square Park — It's not hard to take amazing pictures here. The backdrop is perfect for selfies–or just staring with your friends.
Bellevue Hill Park — The perfect place to snap a pic while looking out over the city.