The Queen City

Top things to do in Cincinnati in 2 days! Enjoy this unique city with everything it has to offer!

The story of slavery in the United States is told at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, which is right on the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati.


Findlay Market

Visit Findlay Market, which is the city's oldest open-air public market, dating back to 1852. Go on the original Findlay Market Tour, complete with food tastings!

Street Art

ArtWorks was tasked with creating a mural in each of Cincinnati's 52 neighborhoods.  To see these awesome works of art, schedule a  walking tour.


The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge was completed in 1867. Today, the bridge connects Cincinnati to the city of Covington, Kentucky.

Check out funky signs from the 30s and 50s at the American Sign Museum or stop in for a walk through the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Cincinnati Museum Center


Built in 1933 in the Art Deco era, you can explore more than 3500 plant species at Krohn Conservatory in Eden Park. Or, go on a picnic at beautiful Smale Riverfront Park. 

Where To Stay

If you want to stay downtown, try the Historic Hampton Inn. For a more budget-friendly option, stay in Northern Kentucky at Aloft Newport of  the Levee.

If you make it a long weekend, follow the Donut Trail in Butler County. Then check out  Jungle Jim's, a funky grocery store and tourist attraction!

Foodie Stops