Home to the the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, "Cincy" boasts one of the most unique cultural venues in Ohio. At this historic railroad station, you can see spectacular wall murals, before browsing exhibits at the Cincinnati History Museum and Museum of Natural History & Science. Take a seat at Great American Ball Park to watch the Reds hit home runs into the Ohio River. This baseball venue is neighbored by Paul Brown Stadium, where you can see the Bengals play.
After your plane lands at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), you can use I-275 and I-71 to reach the central business district of Cincinnati. If you want a room overlooking Cincinnati's skyline, book a hotel that's nested in between skyscrapers like the Great American Tower and Carew Tower. Home to the Cincinnati Art Museum and Krohn Conservatory, Mount Adams is a popular district for waterfront lodging. Surrounded by the trees and shrubs of Eden Park, this neighborhood also offers plenty of tranquility.
A humid, continental climate brings cold winters and hot summers to Cincinnati. When the sun shines on Cincy, you can spend the day at Yeatmans Cove Park, or Theodore M Berry International Friendship Park. Hosting festivals such as the Taste of Cincinnati and Oktoberfest Zinzinnati; Cincinnati serves some of the best food in the Midwest region. Bavarian dishes and beer highlight the city's rich German heritage.