Upcoming Big Weekends

Cincinnati USA is brimming with events and activities to keep you entertained. Let us help you find the perfect activities for a getaway full of fun and memories!

  • Come for Mummies of the World, Stay for Hunting and Fishing Show

    Thu, Jan 22 to Sun, Jan 25

    Did you know that not all mummies are from Egypt? Cincinnati Museum Center has the largest collection of mummies and artifacts in the world on display now! Then, don't miss all the action at the Duke Energy Convention Show during the annual Cincinnati Hunting and Fishing Show.

  • Come for Blues and Brews, Stay for Horseshoe Casino

    Thu, Jan 29 to Sun, Feb 1

    Indulge in local craft brews and food in historic Memorial Hall before heading to the new, urban casino and trying your luck at the 2,000 slot machines and 87 table games.

  • Come for Winter Blues Fest, Stay for Newport on the Levee

    Thu, Feb 5 to Sun, Feb 8

    Enjoy the bluesy notes of more than 25 local musicians performing on three stages during Winter Blues Fest. Before the concert, grab lunch or dinner or take in a movie at Newport on the Levee and enjoy views of the Ohio River.

  • Come for ALICE (in wonderland), Stay for Mardi Gras

    Thu, Feb 12 to Sun, Feb 15

    Head down the rabbit hole with Alice and the Cincinnati Ballet during the production of ALICE (in wonderland). Continue the wild ride with Mardi Gras festivities in MainStrasse Village including parades, music and more!

  • Come for Mummies of the World, Stay for Cincinnati Cyclones

    Thu, Feb 19 to Sun, Feb 22

    Have you ever met a real mummy? Whatever the answer, head to Cincinnati Museum Center for the largest collection of mummies and artifacts in the world! Then, top off the evening with a Fireworks Extravaganza after the Cincinnati Cyclones defeat their opponents on the ice at U.S. Bank Arena.

  • Come for Shen Yun, Stay for Krohn Conservatory

    Thu, Feb 26 to Sun, Mar 1

    Journey through ancient Chinese dynasties with the awe-inspiring dance of Shen Yun, then head to Krohn Conservatory and journey through a garden inspired by the works of architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

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