The Best Time to Visit
One of the three big cities of Ohio, Cincinnati is a bustling metropolis with traditional and modern travelling options. The most popular season to travel to Cincinnati is during the summer months (July and August), when the temperature is fairly amazing and best for outdoor activities. Also, you can opt for September and October, when the city has a fairly warm temperature perfect for traveling.
Cincinnati Festivals & Events
Experience the festive spirit of Cincinnati during the Cincinnati May Festival, it is a two week long festival held annually. Singers from all over the world join hands together to make this festival a successful one. The festival aims at keeping up the Choral tradition of the west alive.
Tips to Save on Travel to Cincinnati
Advance booking is the best way to get cheap flight to Cincinnati, book 40 to 25 days in advance to grab cheap flights. Airlines such as Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines and ExpressJet offer excellent travel deals to Cincinnati. With options like Car rental, Public bus service and cabs, it’s very easy to reach downtown, once you have reached the airport.
Top Attractions in Cincinnati
Cincinnati Art Museum - Standing tall atop the Eden Park Hill, the Cincinnati Art Museum proudly displays its more than 100,000 works of art concentrating on 19th-century European and American paintings, as well as outstanding pottery items.
Cincinnati Museum Center- Settled in a splendid Art Deco railway station, the Cincinnati Museum Center offers a four-in-one entertaining as well as educational experience. With three excellent museums of the Natural History and Science, Children and the city's History museum and an Omnimax Theater, this place is a must visit in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden- Explore over3, 000 plant species and 500 different animals at the 75-acre Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, the second oldest zoo in the USA. Watch out for interesting animals like manatees, polar bears, gorillas and white tigers.
American Sign Museum- Learn about the history of signs and their development process over the years through an extensive collection of exhibits at the American Sign Museum.