Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum is a nonprofit rural cemetery and arboretum. It is the third largest cemetery in the United States and is recognized as a US National Historic Landmark.
King Records, was one of the nation’s most influential independent labels in the mid-1900s. At its peak, the label employed more than 400 people, championed diversity in its ranks, and was the nation's sixth-largest record company.
Adjoining the University of Cincinnati, this 90-acre park offers a fishing lake, a historic bandstand, playgrounds, shelters, picnic areas, and a disc golf course.
Playhouse in the Park was one of the first regional theatres founded in the United States, and boasts an expansive view of the city.
Using the new Art Steps, you can enjoy over 67,000 works of art spanning 6,000 years - with free general admission to all.
Clear Creek Park houses more than 125 acres of land near the Little Miami River, and is the current site of more than 20 soccer/lacrosse/rugby fields.
A historic railroad trestle provides a scenic view of Columbia Tusculum.
Located on the East End of Cincinnati, this overlook near St. Rose Church offers an impressive view of the Ohio River.
A historic railroad trestle provides views of Walnut Hills High School.
This scenic area provides access to the Little Miami Trail with a picturesque view of the Little Miami River.
The Uptown Innovation Corridor is a vision for a mixed-use development supporting Uptown’s medical, research and innovation industries.
This mille-long park overlooks the Ohio River and includes a playground, performance pavilion, and tennis courts.