CINCINNATI ZOO AND BOTANICAL GARDEN
3400 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45220 Directions
Camps, Conservation, Academy, Animals, Adults, Rides and Theater, Suggested Itineraries, Behind the Scenes, Shopping and Dining, Animal Encounters, Stroller Rentals, Zoo Overnights, Events, Kids and Families, Schools and Teachers Programs, Exhibits & Self-Guided Activities
‘Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden’ is one of the second-oldest zoos in the U.S., rated one of the finest in the world, and is well known for birth programs. It has a beautiful collection of felines and a fantastic display of manatees. The zoo provides award-winning shows, including annually over 500 species of animals, including 3000 species of plants. It’s most famous for native species, particularly for gorillas and white tigers, and has a vast collection of felines and a lovely show of sea lions. Garden is committed to adventure development, information transfer, nature preservation, and community service. Zoo walks, animal friends’ meetings, games, train trips, and more make the summer camp. It affords free entry for the members of the military on Memorial Day, July 4th, and Veteran’s Day.
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CINCINNATI MUSEUM CENTER
1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45203 Directions
Library and Archives, Kids and Adult Programs, Stores, Traveling Exhibits, Geier Collections, Research Center Edge of Appalachia Preserve, Fabrication Services, Group Tours, Private and Corporate Events, Gift Shops, Educational & Wedding Parties
Cincinnati Museum Center was built in 1933 and is a one-of-a-kind, multi-museum building located in a union terminal, an old art deco train station, and a national historic site. Cincinnati's Museum Center aims to carry the world through its more than three million objects, archival materials, and artworks. It is a state-of-the-art collections and research facility, the Geier Collections and research center support and complement their permanent and temporary exhibits. It offers training courses, teachers' professional development activities, day and overnight camps, public seminars and events, historic site tours. It also contains an OMNIMAX Theater and the library & archives of Cincinnati history. It affords free admission for under one year, member adult & member child.
Adult - $14.50
Seniors - $13.50
Ages 3-12 - $10.50
Ages 1-2 - $5.50
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CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM
953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202 Directions
Art Palace Podcast, See the Story Book Club, Tours, Dine, Team Building, Rosenthal Education Center, Summer Camp, Families and Teens Programs, Community Outreach, Art Home, Stores, Conservation, Resources, Shop, Fundraisers, Plan Your Event, Adults, Library and Archives, Accessibility, Teachers, Online Exhibitions & Collection
Cincinnati Art Museum was established in 1881 and is one of the country's most prestigious art museums, with over 100,000 works of art, this fantastical building on the top of Eden Park, famous for its European and American paintings of the 19th century. Every year also the Art Museum holds many regional and international touring exhibits. Tourists can enjoy the exhibitions or take part in the wide variety of art-related classes, workshops, and special events at the Art Museum. The Ohio Arts Council has helped finance state tax dollars to the Cincinnati Art Museum to promote economic growth, academic excellence, and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. The museum can explore its world-renowned permanent collection and spectacular special exhibitions. It has over 67,000 collections of works spanning 6,000 years. It affords free entry.
Price: General Admission:
Seniors (ages 65+) - $8
Children (ages 6-17) - $8
College Students (with valid ID) - $8