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I grew up looking at Fountain Square...it has always been there and is a great statue and fountain in the heart of downtown Cincinnati...it was reworked a while back and is now shining forth as a beacon of the Cincinnati area
This is the Heart and Soul of Cincinnati. An historic grand fountain, large public space and the excitement of a vital downtown. You can catch the Connector and take a trolley ride all around downtown, Over the Rhine, the Riverfront area - all for one...More
The planners for this festival did everything right. The entertainment was awesome. The food vendors were in point. Even thought it rained it was still packed. And it was nice to see the Kentucky Derby on the wide screen on a side of a building...More
Fountain Square is the center of the city. You can leave the office and have lunch there on the square! If you are with your girl you can even throw pennies in the fountain and make a wish for luck! So many stories about historical...More
We stayed at a hotel that was very close to Fountain Square. We passed by it daily on our way to other attractions and restaurants in the city. The ice skating rink was there during our stay. Lots of people in the square, even though...More
Fountain Square is a fun spot during the summer months. Reggae, Salsa, music, sports etc every night on the square. Something different every night for all people. Nice spot with all kinds of beautiful people having a good time together.
The square is a staple if you are visiting downtown. I'm giving it 4 stars because it is one of those things that isn't worth a trip to see but is nice if you are in the area. Restaurants located on all sides of the...More
Response from Horse_Attack | Reviewed this property |
I believe that the German market that you are reference is 'Findlay Market' which is on the northwest side of downtown. I think that it is only open during daytime hours. It is better and livelier during warmer months