Top Tourist Attractions in Cincinnati (Ohio) – Travel Guide

Top Tourist Attractions in Cincinnati (Ohio) – Travel Guide

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3 Popular Attractions In Ohio

  • Cedar Point: Amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio.
  • Ohio Facts:

    • Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
    • Thomas A. Edison from Milan developed the incandescent light bulb, phonograph, and early motion picture camera.
    • The state of Ohio has 88 counties.
    • Cleveland, Ohio was the first city to incorporate electric lighting in 1879.
    City of Cincinnati
    Clockwise, from top: Downtown Cincinnati skyline, Cincinnati Union Terminal, the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, Cincinnati Music Hall, the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, and Cincinnati City Hall

    Official logo of Cincinnati


    Athens of the West,[1] Cincy, Little Paris,[1] Paris of America, Porkopolis, The Queen City, The Nati, The “513”

    Juncta Juvant (Latin)
    “Strength in Unity”

    Interactive map of Cincinnati's location
    Cincinnati is located in Ohio


    Cincinnati is located in the United States


    Cincinnati is located in North America



    39°06′00″N 84°30′45″W / 39.10000°N 84.51250°W / 39.10000; -84.51250Coordinates: 39°06′00″N 84°30′45″W / 39.10000°N 84.51250°W / 39.10000; -84.51250

    Country United States
    State Ohio
    County Hamilton
    Region East North Central
    Settled 1788; 234years ago(1788)
    Incorporated (town) January1, 1802; 220 years ago(1802-01-01)[2]
    Incorporated (city) March1, 1819; 203 years ago(1819-03-01)[3]
    Named for Society of the Cincinnati

    •Type Mayor–council
    Mayor Aftab Pureval (D)
    •City Manager Paula Boggs Muething
    •Body Cincinnati City Council

    •Total 79.56sqmi (206.07km2)
    •Land 77.84sqmi (201.59km2)
    •Water 1.73sqmi (4.47km2)

    4,808sqmi (12,450km2)

    482ft (147m)

    959ft (293m)

    •Total 309,317
    •Rank US: 65th
    •Density 3,900/sqmi (1,500/km2)

    2,232,907 (US: 30th)

    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP Codes
    452XX, 45999[6]
    Area code 513
    FIPS code 39-15000[7]
    GNIS feature ID 1066650[8]
    GDP $119billion USD[9]
    Primary Airport Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
    Interstates I-71.svg I-74.svg I-75.svgI-275.svg I-471.svg
    Public transportation Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority
    Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky
    Clermont Transportation Connection
    Commuter Rail Cardinal
    Rapid transit Cincinnati Bell Connector
    Waterways Ohio River

    Top Tourist Attractions in Cincinnati (Ohio) – Travel Guide:
    American Sign Museum, Carew Tower and Observation Deck, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati City Hall, Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati Zoo, Fountain Square, John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, Music Hall, Taft Museum of Art

    4 thoughts on “Top Tourist Attractions in Cincinnati (Ohio) – Travel Guide

    1. I'm leaving tomorrow from Washington state across the country to my girlfriend in Cincinnati, OH and 1 place I liked in this video was Fountain square Perhaps that's where I can propose to her😁🌷
      Wish me the best of luck yall. It's gonna be a 3 day travel for me, I'm going by Greyhound.

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