You don’t have to spend a lot of money to find affordable adventure. There are several budget friendly adventures in Cincinnati that cost $5 or less.
Visitors to the area have a lot of options when it comes to things to do in Cincinnati. There are several special places that could be overlooked which is why I’m sharing 5 hidden gems around Cincinnati that are worth adding to your list.
Covington, Kentucky is a city that can often be overlooked in the shadow of Cincinnati, Ohio. It’s located directly across the Ohio River and offers a lot of reasons for travelers and locals to Lov the Cov.
To get a better understanding of the Kentucky Derby, a great place to start racing appreciation is at the Kentucky Derby Museum located next to Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.
Kentucky has a lot to offer for couples or friends looking for a weekend getaway. I was invited to experience the Moonshine Mamas Tour by Traveling Mom for a fews days of touring and tasting on the Bourbon Trail. Kentucky is known around the world for their bourbon, but there is still so much more to discover.
Cincinnati offers incredible museums throughout the city, but there is one museum in the city that tends to be known more by tourists than locals. That underrated museum is the American Sign Museum. The American Sign Museum provides education and celebrates the art of sign making. As a local, I was immediately mad at myself for not visiting the museum sooner! It truly is a unique gem that is very special to our city.
I discovered Oldenburg, Indiana on a whim. My boys and I were traveling back from Indy and my curiosity won. Known as the Village of the Spires, Oldenburg’s German heritage and charm makes it a great daytrip getaway located about an hour from Cincinnati.
When I discovered a few images of the Underground Mega Bike Park in Louisville, Kentucky on social media, I knew that I had to try it for myself.