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Ohio EventsWith temperatures reaching lows of -7ºC in the winter months, Ohio offers the perfect backdrop for a romantic winter getaway. This year Ohio hopes to awaken both locals and visitors from their seasonal slumber with a number of annual Ohio events.

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Cincinnati Day Trips: The Horse Capital of the WorldThe fun of exploring doesn’t stop at Cincinnati’s city limits, or even the state line. Try one of our favourite Cincinnati day trips and cross the Ohio River to the “Horse Capital of the World” in Lexington, Kentucky. 

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Over-The-Rhine: A Guide To German Cincinnati

When German immigrants settled in Cincinnati's Over-The-Rhine area in the 19th century, they helped create one of America’s first boomtowns. With them, the new inhabitants also brought new perspectives and attitudes towards the arts, culture and architecture, which ultimately shaped what is known today as German Cincinnati.

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Discover Cincinnati: Things to Do in Washington Park

by Margy January 2014 - last edited October

Discover Cincinnati | Things to Do in Washington ParkWhen you're ready for some bench-time in Cincinnati, head straight to Washington Park. One of the most scenic spots in the city, this eight-acre green space is bounded by 12th, 14th, Elm and Race Streets and the Over-the-Rhine neighbourhood’s famous Italianate architecture. Here are a few of our favourite things to do in Washington Park.

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The Queen City: A Beginner's Cincinnati Guide

by Margy January 2014 - last edited October

A Beginner's Guide to CincinnatiCincinnati is located as far south and west as you can go and still be in Ohio. A boomtown in the mid-1800s, the city’s architecture looks a lot like parts of New York or Philadelphia, yet the Queen City has a distinctive personality of its own. Take a look at our beginner’s Cincinnati guide for the lowdown on what to see and do in town.

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Cincinnati Arts | What to See at the Contemporary Art CenterThere’s a mass of gaze-worthy architecture all over Cincinnati – lots of it historic, Italianate, and art deco especially – so when only modern will do, Cincinnatians head to the Contemporary Arts Center, at the corner of 6th and Walnut. 

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