Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve

Today is our Day 144 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” and today we were out enjoying nature at the Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve. Farbach-Werner is one of the Great Parks of Hamilton County.  It’s one of the smaller parks, coming in at 22 acres.  What’s really amazing about this spot is that it sits … Read more

Germania Oktoberfest

It’s Day 141 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” and today we are featuring Oktoberfest at Germania.  Germania’s Oktoberfest is “Cincinnati’s Original and Most Authentic Oktoberfest” (per Germania). Germania’s Oktberfest is held on the Germania Society’s grounds and it is a HUGE festival.  With over 60 taps featuring German and domestic beers, Jagermeister, German … Read more

Eden Park

Today is Day 137 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” and today we went to the beautiful Eden Park. Spanning 186 acres close to downtown, this is probably the most popular of the City of Cincinnati Park Systems parks.  Cincinnati’s Krohn Conservatory, the Cincinnati Art Museum and Playhouse in the Park can all be … Read more

French Park

It’s Day 111 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” and today we’re out discovering French Park.  Another one of the wonderful Cincinnati Park System parks, this little gem is located in Amberly Village at the intersection of Ridge and Section Roads. This is a rather small park in comparison to some of the other … Read more

Mt. Airy Forest and Treehouse

It’s Day 95 of 365 Things to do in Cincinnati and today we’re at the Mt. Airy Forest, home of The Treehouse. Mt. Airy forest is the largest of the Cincinnati Parks system parks.  It spans 1,470 acres and features 14 miles of hiking trails, 16 miles of bridle trail and 23 picnic areas.  Once … Read more

Burnet Woods

It’s Day 92 of 365 Things to do in Cincinnati and today we are at Burnet Woods.  Located adjacent to the University of Cincinnati campus, Cincinnati Parks calls this “90 acres of green in everybody’s backyard.” Like so many of my recent adventures, today was a new one for me; it’s the first time I … Read more

Our Own Bit of the Berlin Wall

Did you know that Cincinnati has its own little bit of the Berlin Wall? And that it’s outside – something you can see at any time? Read on to learn more! This piece of Cold War history is a permanent display and located on the south side of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (downtown).  … Read more

Devou Park

It’s day 88 of 365 Things to do in Cincinnati and today we are visiting Devou Park.  Devou Park is right across the river from downtown and provides some of the most gorgeous views of our Queen City! For the picture above, I stood slightly up the hill so that you can see the gorgeous … Read more

Miller-Leuser Log Cabin in Anderson

Day 59 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” takes us back in time at the Miller-Leuser Log House in Anderson. Built in 1795-1796, this log house is said to be the oldest log cabin in Hamilton County that still sits on its original site.  This historic home is owned by the Anderson Historical Society … Read more

Cincinnati Observatory

Day 38 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” finds us gazing into the sky at the Cincinnati Observatory. Home to the world’s oldest telescope still used daily, the Cincinnati Observatory sits high upon a hill in Mt. Lookout. The Observatory houses two telescopes.  The older telescope’s refractor was made is 1843 and the second … Read more

Jungle Jim’s International Market

Day 19 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” takes us to Jungle Jim’s International Market.  Spanning more than six acres, this is truly a “food lover’s paradise”. When you pull into the parking lot you’ll know you’ve come upon something unusual.  From the monkey holding the entrance sign (below) to the old King’s Island … Read more

The Root Beer Stand

Nothing says summer in Cincinnati like a visit to the Root Beer Stand and that’s where Day 10 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” finds us – getting a cold mug of root beer. Founded in 1957, this Sharonville landmark stood on what used to be the outskirts of town.  Now the address reads … Read more

Spring Grove Cemetery

I don’t know if I will ever find anything prettier than Spring Grove Cemetery in the Spring.  Truly!  I was lucky to go visit on a gorgeous day, sunny and warm, with the trees in full bloom. For those of you that have never been to Spring Grove Cemetery before, you are in for a … Read more