Cincinnati Attractions

From roller coasters to tennis lessons, there's so much to do in Cincinnati!

Professional Sports Teams
Practice your seventh inning stretch, and go see the Cincinnati Reds at The Great American Ball Park downtown. Or if you're a football fan, hop on over to Paul Brown Stadium to see the Cincinnati Bengals!

King's Island
Why not stop in Ohio's playground and hang out with all of your favorite characters? In the meantime you can enjoy a thrill ride on one of their legendary coasters, cool off at the water park, or even stick around late for a great fireworks show. For prices, schedules, lodging and schedules, check out King's Island online.

Ikea
It's easy to spend an entire day with the family at Ikea in West Chester. Not only is it a shopping experience like no other store, but you can grab lunch (may we recommend their Swedish meatballs?), let the kids play, and feel at home in their many showrooms.

The Newport Aquarium
Okay, so technically this is in Kentucky, but could you pass on petting sharks, hanging out with penguins, and observing the bizarre seahorses? Cross the river and check out The Newport Aquarium; you will not be disappointed.

Museum Center at Union Terminal
Explore an intricate model of Cincinnati, discover Ohio's natural history, and enjoy traveling exhibits. Within the intricate layout of this amazing building, you'll not only be learning, you will be having fun! Check out cincymuseum.org for current exhibits and information.

Cincinnati Tennis Club
Do you love tennis? Hit the Cincinnati Tennis Club for a few sets, or even take a lesson!

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens
Zoos are always a favorite with families, photographers, and everyone in between. Check out Cincinnati's Zoo and Botanical Gardens to see for yourself what all the acclaim is about!

Jungle Jim's
With a total of 6.5 acres, this is not your average grocery store! Jungle Jim's International Market will sell you Amish food and sushi under the same roof, all while maintaining amazing displays such as Robin Hood or the S.S. Minnow.

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