King’s Island is The Midwest’s largest theme park packed with more than 80 rides and attractions including a 30-acre water park. The world famous Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden was rated the #1 attraction in Cincinnati and one of the top five zoos in the nation. Don’t miss it!
Football and baseball can contribute to summer and fall travel . Another great attraction in Cincinnati is the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. It stands as the nation’s newest monument to freedom. The Freedom Center’s curving architecture reflects the winding river and the often-changing path to freedom.
The Krohn conservatory is an awesome attraction to see when visiting Cincinnati.The Krohn is a nationally recognized showcase of more than 3,500 plant species from all over the world. One of the most fascinating and entertaining events held at the Conservatory is the annual Butterfly Show. Thousands of butterflies are released to fly freely within the Conservatory, adding yet another blaze of color to an already charming display.
Bicentennial Commons / Sawyer point is a beautiful place to visit and hang out all day. Bicentennial Commons offers the best public recreational facilities in the city with a pavilion that hosts free summer concerts. The adjacent Yeatman’s Cove is where Cincinnati’s first settlers disembarked in 1788; its Serpentine Wall, which is actually a series of steps that function as a flood wall, is a local landmark.
The Toyota / WEBN fireworks are a celebration anyone would love to see. Each year the event becomes larger, Last year’s attendance was more than 400,000. It all started when an irreverent rock station wanted to throw a party for itself in 1977.Tens of thousands of people showed up that first year. It is recognized as the densest display with 7,500 shells totaling 50,000 pounds going off in 30 minutes to the synchronized soundtrack.