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#1 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Swing benches, water and regular playgrounds for kids, huge chess and checkers, flying pig, feet organ and great views on Ohio river and beautiful John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge.
Beautiful scenery, family and kids-friendly entertainment facilities (including air pianos, giant chess, swings, etc) are all great for a romantic walk or family gathering on a sunny Sunday afternoon.
#5 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Amazing ballpark facility, good pricing, great ball played, used by younger generations in tournaments, series, great family outing atmosphere!
The Reds will come back to their championship days.. Great balcony seats in left and right center field, awesome resturants and local cuisines at every corner.. Bring the kids and have a fantastic day or night at...
#7 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
If you want to see Animals, this Zoo is excellent, lots of Walking, many hills, during Christmas Time, the Festival of Lights are awesome, great for Families, couples anyone, I would suggest both, going to the Zoo...
Every year we go to the zoo multiple times it's so great and my kids love it you can feed the giraffe see the lions and tigers and bears up close and ride the train or the merry go round!!! I've been going to the...
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#11 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
They have fun swings to sit & watch the activity on the river, a large piano to dance on & play music, life size chess & checkers and many other fun family activities.
With restaurants and activity areas for both adults and kids and stunning views of the river and city skyline this is a destination area in Cincinnati.
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#14 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
And your pretty sure to find lots of goings on both during the week and on the weekends - flea markets, group yoga and exercise classes, free movie nights, bands, and families having fun and enjoying the outdoors.
Gazebo with great entertainment/live music (often)...wonderful events, such as City Flea...dancing fountains with kids darting in/out, a dog park, super creative kids' play area...bar seating area to take it all in.
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#21 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Kids have fun looking at the fish.. Show room changes with season ( winter is best, a tower tree made out of pointsetia) Twin lakes up hill has best views of River / city.
We go every year to see the butterflys we so enjoy it so do se the whole family its so beautiful an there are so many butterflys an flowers please visit there.
#27 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
The three museums include a Children's Museum (more like a large play area for kids of all ages with lots of activities), Cincinnati History Museum (which includes a ton of awesome model train exhibits), and a Nat...
There is exhibited at child mummy, recreated ice cave, native and European American artifacts, an extensive collection of ice age animals and dinosaurs, as well as a tribute to Neil Armstrong.
#13 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
We can walk, run, go to a play, take photographs, take the kids to swing and slide, sight see at various heights over the river, sit by the duck pond, go to the Krohn Conservatory, get married, and the list goes on!
Its a family place to gather an see the view of our Ohio River plus they always have something going on all the time plus just a great place to walk or run or ride your bike or walk your dog.
#18 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
A perfect excursion for a family fun experience...and free!
Especially take your kids on it - it's an adventure in our own backyard!
#20 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Awesome view and when we got to the top we found out Veterans and their families are free.
A wonderful place to take visiting family and friends!
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Newport Aquarium Newport, KY 1.0 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in Newport
Family friendly Season pass is good value Educational Cafeteria Sharks, turtles, penguins, hands on Big alligator Newport levee fun Great View of Cincinnati Easy cheap parking
Great family fun, love seahorses and penguins, shark walk was scary but beautiful pictures of all of us on it, wonderful memories with the grandkids, great service
#1 of 20 things to do in Newport
It's great for family walks or couples walk!! Have dinner or do some shopping and then take a great walk.
Good idea to take something to drink especially if hot outside or have kids because once you get into Cincinnati you may be able to get a drink from a water fountain to the right in Sawyer Park, but it may be a fe...
#7 of 30 things to do in Covington
A great painless history lesson for the kids in the family.
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#35 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
With a large and beautiful lake (lots of boating and fishing activity), a 1.5 mile+ paved path, several large picnic shelters, play areas for kids, concessions and special programming by Great Parks, this is a nic...
Winton Woods is a real gem in the northern Cincinnati suburbs - great for families with kids, with a water park in summer and log cabin campers year round; a wonderful 2 mile walking path around the lake, fully pa...
#29 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
There is a lot to like here: play area for kids, gardens tended by a variety of organizations, great scenery and overlooks, trails (not well maintained but interesting), historical building, picnic tables.
There is also a shaded playground for young children and a nature hiking trail through the woods.
#10 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Wonderful baseball history and interactive experience, and inclusive of children, with excellent, friendly staff.
These kids (5th graders) really enjoyed the group tour and was fascinated by all the things they were able to see and do.
#34 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
The waterpark features plenty of slides, a kids activity area, cabanas, snacks, and a huge (bigger than a football field) pool with slides, diving boards, and water sport areas.
It is good old fashioned family fun!!! From the awesome good old carnival rides to the awesome pool and water activities!!!!
#26 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
This is a great spot for tourists to enjoy downtown Cincinnati, there's this gigantic waterfall fountain spewing 4 small statues of children holding a snake with water coming out its mouth, and 1 large statue at t...
Of course the famous fountain was beautiful, but there were fun family activities going on throughout the day here (we were here during family trivia night).
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#9 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
#6 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
I Always share the history of the "Singing Bridge" & it's mention in the movie Rainman along with a trip across to experience a piece of Ohio & American history with visiting friends and family.
Delicious, wonderful food available near The Roebling Bridge in Covington also, priced for families.
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#30 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
The gyro was excellent, the ice cream was superb, and my family loved the Mexican food.
As the oldest continuing public market East of the Mississippi, Findlay is a must stop for foodies and families alike.
#37 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Kudos to the staff at the Lego Store for welcoming the kids and giving them something to do.
For a family with small children, build a bear and the Disney store are right next to one another which is very convenient.
#42 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Admission is free, exhibits rotate frequently, and the top floor is the Un-museum, a space dedicated to children with lots of hands-on activities.
The top floor has a lot of interactive art that kids and their grown ups can enjoy together, along with a great view of Downtown Cinci!
#24 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
After reading about William Howard Taft and his amazing accomplishments ("The Bully Pulpit" by Doris Kearns Goodwin), we wanted to visit the family home/museum in Cincinnati.
Some of the artifacts are from the period while others actually belonged to the Taft family; one then heads upstairs where one is free to browse the many interpretive displays at their leisure.
#8 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Visiting family in Cincinnati from England we were taken to the American Sign Museum which we really enjoyed.
Each time we have friends and family in from out of town we treat them to this unique experience.
#4 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Much to our delight, they had family packs with interactive activities for our children, and a very fun education center where our kids could create their own art while learning about the elements of art.
Fantastic for the entire family, but also a perfect romantic getaway.
Devou Park Covington, KY 1.7 mi away
#9 of 30 things to do in Covington
Many danced in the grass .. Kids dancing in the front and running around .. It was a great event for families and couples.. Enjoyed by all ages!!
It has picnic areas and playgrounds for children.
#57 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
Great running/biking/walking trials, always full of people and families enjoying the day and the river view.
There is a nice playground for kids, restrooms, and a huge lawn area to enjoy entertainment.
#38 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
It is a safe, friendly environment which you can bring your kids and family for a fun event and is even a good idea for a date.
Recently went to an open practice here for the Cincinnati Bengals and the whole family had a great time.
#54 of 204 things to do in Cincinnati
There is more than one playground and water features for kids.