The Greater Cincinnati area is prepping the region for the All-Star Game by placing 21 commemorative handlebar mustaches all over town.
You can find the handlebar mustache statues displayed near popular buildings and landmarks on both sides of the river in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
The handlebar mustache is a tribute to the style of 1869 when the Cincinnati Red’s became America’s 1st professional baseball team.
Each mustache has it’s own distinct artwork on it. You can make an adventure out of finding as many as possible around town.
You can find all of the mustache statues located on the map below.
Here is a mustache located at Smale Park which is close to the stadium in Cincinnati.
Sawyer Point in Cincinnati
Riverside Drive in Covington, Kentucky
Newport on the Levee, Newport, Kentucky
In front of Nada on the corner of Walnut St. in Cincinnati
Cincinnati Museum Center
Next to one of the few statues of Abe Lincoln without facial hair at Lytle Park
Duke Energy Convention Center
City Hall in downtown Cincinnati
The Westin Cincinnati near Fountain Square
Paul Brown Stadium
Overlook at Eden Park
Top floor at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
The corner of Vine St and Central Parkway
Great American Ballpark
Yeatman’s Cove along the Riverfront closer to Sawyer Point
Across the street from Carol Ann’s Carousel at Smale Park
Olden View Park next to Incline Public House
Urban Youth Academy 2026 Seymour Ave.
*The mustache statues should remain around the city until about July 28th before returning to their donors.
You can find out more about the All-Star game on July 14th from the MLB website.