Local Attractions

Great American Ball Park

Located on the banks of the Ohio River, Great American Ball Park has served as home of the Cincinnati Reds, baseball’s first professional franchise, since March 31, 2003. Its location provides breathtaking views of the riverfront, northern Kentucky landscape and downtown Cincinnati. The ballpark also pays tribute to the Reds’ rich history. Crosley Terrace statues depict Reds legends and famous-dates banners along Johnny Bench Way remind fans of memorable moments in club history. Inside the park, the mosaics, “toothbrush” light towers, Power Stacks, Bootleggers façade, and the Sun/Moon Deck are just a handful of features that give the ballpark a truly historic influence.

  100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202


Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum

Our core purpose is to record, preserve and promote the rich history and traditions of the Cincinnati Reds, honor on-field accomplishments and achievements, and create an everlasting memorial to baseball and the Cincinnati Reds. We also maintain a first-class facility where, through various dramatic educational exhibits, exciting initiatives, and special events, we ensure that noteworthy contributions to the Reds are properly recognized while inspiring and empowering new generations to achieve and perform to their highest potential.

  100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202


National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Opened on the banks of the Ohio River in Cincinnati in 2004, the mission of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is to reveal stories of freedom’s heroes, from the era of the Underground Railroad to contemporary times, challenging and inspiring everyone to take courageous steps of freedom today. A history museum with more than 100,000 visitors annually, it serves to inspire modern abolition through connecting the lessons of the Underground Railroad with today’s freedom fighters.

  50 E Freedom Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202


Paul Brown Stadium

Paul Brown Stadium opened in August 2000 for the 2000-01 NFL football season. The stadium has 66,846 seats on six different levels, including luxury and party suites. Paul Brown Stadium is also used for other events throughout the year, including peewee and high school football games, concerts, and soccer games

  1 Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH 45202


Smale Riverfront Park

Smale Riverfront Park is a park for the generations—a compelling recreational, entertainment and leisure resource for the entire Greater Cincinnati community. Its many and varied features—including fountains, walkways, gardens, event lawns, playgrounds and a carousel—contribute to the emotional and physical health of its citizens; to the economic vitality of the region and to the exceptional quality of life and experience to be cultivated and enjoyed throughout the area.

  West Mehring Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202


Carol Ann’s Carousel

Come and take a ride on one of 44 whimsical Cincinnati-centric characters that make up Carol Ann’s Carousel. The carousel is an amazing work of art featuring original artwork by Jonathan Queen with panels depicting animal characters playing in one of the numerous Cincinnati parks. Additional panels celebrate the many historic landmarks of Cincinnati. The carousel is housed inside a glass building so it can operate year-round.

  100 W Mehring Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202


The Escape Game Cincinnati

The Escape Game is epic for everyone, from friends and families to thrill-seeking tourists and team building outings. Everyone gets a chance to save the day. Best of all, our adventures only take an hour to complete—so you can be the hero and still make it in time for dinner.

  28 W Freedom Way, Suite 300, Cincinnati, OH 45202


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