Cincinnati Ohio stands out on the banks of the Ohio River. Located on the southern boarder of Ohio, looking out iver to Newport and Covington Kentucky, saying come on over. . These cities are connected by several bridges, making it to travel between them. On our recent trip to Cincinnati, check out things you can do with your family. So many family friendly events Cincinnati Ohio.
family friendly events Cincinnati Ohio
Visit the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. – Located along the Ohio River, you can find the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Take a self guided tour of the centers many displays. Visit exhibits showing past and present struggles with slavery and the endeavors to pursue freedom. Location: 50 E Freedom Way, Cincinnati
Tour the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum. – Covering 2 stories and 16,000 square feet, you will want to give your family about an hour to enjoy this self-guided tour through baseball and Cincinnati Red history. Location: 100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati
Enjoy the murals. – While walking downtown, check out the murals on the buildings. These are located in various locations. Definitely photo worthy. Location: various downtown buildings
Tour the city on a Red Bike . – With over 442 bikes across their 57 different stations, this makes seeing the city convenient. Super convenient and inexpensive to get a day pass. Location: various
Walk or drive on the various bridges connecting Cincinnati to Newport Kentucky. Walk the Purple People Bridge, (pedestrian only bridge), Taylor Southgate Bridge or the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge. All welcome foot-traffic across the Ohio River.
Additional bridges to Covington Kentucky from Cincinnati include: John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge and Clay Wade Bailey Bridge connect Cincinnati to Covington Kentucky. Pedestrians are welcome to walk across both these bridges as well.
more family friendly events Cincinnati Ohio
Tour President William Howard Taft Education Center and House. – Located in the Mount Auburn Historic District, you will find President William Howard Taft’s childhood home. You can take a guided tour and see this beautiful home. Location: 2038 Auburn Ave, Cincinnati
Enjoy a game. – With the Paul Brown Stadium and the Great American Ball park in downtown Cincinnati, you can enjoy football or baseball games of the Cincinnati Bengals or Cincinnati Reds play. Location: Paul Brown Stadium 1 Paul Brown Stadium. Great American Ball Park 100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati
Check out the architecture of the buildings – There are many beautiful buildings. I love the steeples on the building and the older buildings. Location: look around downtown and a little farther outside of downtown. Mount Auburn area has some great buildings and steep roads.
Ride on or be chased in your car by the Cincinnati Bell Connector electric streetcar. – We did not ride this, but while driving around town, take note of the train tracks. This is what the streetcar drives on. You could find yourself being ‘chased’ by the street car as it drives through the city. Location: look for the train tracks along the road or in your rearview mirror to find the streetcar
Want some adventure? Check out the Escape Game. Select your adventure from breaking out of prison, recover lost treasure, or find lost gold. Can you get out of the room before your time runs out? Each adventure is 60 minutes long. Reservations are recommended.
Kid recommendations: Eat and sleep. They saw so many things, they just wanted to sleep. I think at one point my son said he feet were dead tired. After resting, they both wanted to eat. Lots of great selections of food and that Cincinnati chili!
Your turn, what is your favorite thing to do in Cincinnati Ohio?