WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
2038 Auburn Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45219 Directions
'William Howard Taft National Historic Site' is one of the most prominent hilltops of Cincinnati's. The birthplace of the 27th president of America, now a museum that features moments of Taft's personal life and political career. It contains brochures, a gift shop, interactive displays, and film orientation. It provides visiting hours, community tours, and programs. Tourists can discover the stories and articles described on this page to learn more about the Cincinnati area and the "Gentle Giant".
Historical Buildings, Educational Programs, Book Club, Collections, House, Community Outreach, Architectural, Summer Camp, Cultural Activities, School Visit, Events, Research, Sleepover Program, Group Tour & Speaker Presentations
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HARRIET BEECHER STOWE HOUSE
2950 Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45206 Directions
Harriet Beecher Stowe House was constructed in 1832. This famous site is part of a network of more than 50 places and museums in Ohio through the Ohio History Connection. House is run as a cultural and historical venue, focusing on the founder of Uncle Tom's Cabin, who has lived in Cincinnati for almost 20 years, and her heritage of humanity and social justice. The building is also a known location for independence on the national underground rail service. It allows complimentary admission for children under 5.
Educational Programs, Group and Social Events, Meetings, Observation Deck, Rental Facility, Wedding, Historical and Cultural Site, Programming, Dinner Party, House, Corporate Buildings, Guided Tour & Reception
Children ages 6-17: $2
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THE BETTS HOUSE
416 Clark Street, Cincinnati, OH 45203 Directions
The Betts House was established in 1804 and is Cincinnati's oldest standing home, and Ohio's most former stone house. Betts House provides architecture, architectural history, and construction technology exhibitions and public programs. House tours highlight its past and building an ongoing display discusses the history of the house and community. The Betts Longworth Historic District provides guided walking tours on the 4th Saturday of each month of March-October. The exhibit explores Cincinnati's domestic life from 1840 through 1890. House offers student groups a wide variety of field trips to the programming. House with interpreter-led conversations about 19th-century children's lifestyle and pastimes who lived in the house.
Historical House Museum, Guided Tour, Exhibits and Public Programs & Education Programs
Price: Admission: $5 adults, $2 children
$10 per person