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Nearby Attractions

In addition to the Flying Pig Marathon events,
there's much to do in Cincinnati on your visit!
Cincinnati skyline, courtesy of Aaron Davidson
Newport Aquarium
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    The Newport Aquarium

One Aquarium Way, Newport, KY, 41071; (606)261-7444. A world class million gallon aquarium on the banks of the Ohio River. Presenting fresh and salt water fish from around the world including sharks. Visit

The Cincinnati Reds

Come cheer the Cincinnati Reds as they play in the Great American Ball Park.

Great American Ball Park Tours

Take a tour of the Great American Ball Park. Home of the Cincinnati Reds.
    Great American Ball Park
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Union Terminal
Photo courtesy The Cincinnati Museum Center
    Cincinnati Museum Center

1301 Western Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45203, 513/287-7000. The Cincinnati Museum Center is home to the Cincinnati History Museum, the Cinergy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History & Science, the Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX Theater and the Cincinnati Historical Society Library. The Museum Center is located in Union Terminal, a renovated Art Deco train station terminal and National Historic Landmark. Find out more at

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens

3400 Vine St., Cincinnati, OH , 45220; 513/281-4700. Wings of the World, Jungle Trails, our renovated bird house and lush, tropical rainforest exhibit. Most gorilla births of any zoo in the U.S., Komodo Dragons, White Bengal Tigers and rare black Sumatran & Indian rhinos. Open year round. (800)-94-HIPPO. Visit for more information.
    Cincinnati Zoo Elephants
Photo courtesy Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Cincinnati Art Museum

953 Eden Park Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45202; 513/721-5204. World-renowned collection of art from ancient to modern times, including Cincinnati's own Rookwood Pottery. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday and offers free docent-guided tours every day. For more information, please visit

Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art

44 East 6th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, 513.345.8415. Throughout its history, the Center has earned a reputation for provoking thought and introducing new ideas. The CAC focuses on new developments in painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, performance art and new media. For more information, please visit
    Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art
Photo courtesy Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art

Taft Museum

316 Pike St., Cincinnati, OH , 45202; 513/241-0343. Former home of Anna & Charles Taft, built in 1820; Old Master paintings, Chinese porcelains, European & American decorative arts, restored interiors. Mon. closed, Tues, Wed, Fri. 11am-5, Thurs. 11am-8, Sat. 10am-5, Sun. 12pm-5. Visit
Kings Island

Paramount's Kings Island

P.O. Box 901, Kings Island, OH , 45034; 513/754-5800. Just off of I-71, 24 miles north of Cincinnati. The Midwest's largest and most popular theme park with over 300 rides and attractions plus a 30-acre water park. World record thrills, including 12 roller coasters. Nine fantastic shows entertain and delight all ages, while Nickelodeon Splat City, where the world famous Rugrats appear daily, and newly expanded Hanna-Barbera Land with Scooby, Yogi and their friends. Call (513)754-5700 or (800)288-0808 for rates. Visit