PGD to CVG – Welcome to Cin City
If you are looking for historical views of the city, there are plenty of local museums to explore. The American Sign Museum is the largest public museum in the United States that is dedicated solely to signs – it’ll be a blast from the past with a wide variety of neon signs! While you’re in the city, you won’t want to miss visiting the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum and learn about America’s oldest baseball team.
Over-The-Rhine is an eclectic local neighborhood full of history, food and shops. On the north end of OTR near Washington Park, you will find the state’s oldest farmers market, Findlay Market. After a delicious lunch break, you are just a short stroll from the historic Cincinnati Music Hall; home of the Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Opera – the second oldest opera company in the nation.
There are so many outdoor excursions awaiting you and your family in Cincinnati. Known as The Greenest Zoo in America®, The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is more than just a pretty place. From elephant poo to making flowers new – their goal is to be Net Zero by 2025. Just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati lies the Newport Aquarium – with over 70 exhibits to explore, you’re guaranteed to have a fin-tastic time!