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Heritage Bank Center

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's
US Bank Arena

Heritage Bank Center

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's

Heritage Bank Center was first built in 1975, then called Riverfront Coliseum. Since then, it has been named The Crown, Firstar Center, U.S. Bank Arena and now Heritage... Read more

Heritage Bank Center was first built in 1975, then called Riverfront Coliseum. Since then, it has been named The Crown, Firstar Center, U.S. Bank Arena and now Heritage Bank Center. It is Cincinnati's largest indoor arena. The arena was virtually rebuilt in 1997. On the outside, the facade was redesigned and the entrance was changed. On the inside, concession areas were redesigned, restrooms were... Read More

Catacoustic Consort

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's

Catacoustic Consort

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's

Catacoustic Consort seeks to build upon and strengthen the sense of cultural and artistic identity in Ohio. Catacoustic offers early music workshops and classes, and... Read more

Catacoustic Consort seeks to build upon and strengthen the sense of cultural and artistic identity in Ohio. Catacoustic offers early music workshops and classes, and sponsors an annual Early Music Scholarship used for instruments, training, or early music education. They present a variety of vocal and instrumental music from Renaissance chamber music to Baroque opera. 

The Library Friends' Shop

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's

The Library Friends' Shop

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's

The Library Friends' Shop offers a wide variety of merchandise with a large selection of used books, videos, CDs, and DVDs. The Friends Shop also offers a variety of... Read more

The Library Friends' Shop offers a wide variety of merchandise with a large selection of used books, videos, CDs, and DVDs. The Friends Shop also offers a variety of unusual items, including: Cincinnati products, literary-themed products, materials for genealogy, and holiday gift items and toys.

Cincinnati's Best Walking Tours: Meet Cincinnati

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's
Lincoln at Lytle Park

Cincinnati's Best Walking Tours: Meet Cincinnati

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's

Get a great introduction to the Queen City's past and present on this overview tour of the old heart of the city. Explore the Lytle Park Historic District, Fountain Square... Read more

Get a great introduction to the Queen City's past and present on this overview tour of the old heart of the city. Explore the Lytle Park Historic District, Fountain Square, The Banks and more! Full of fun facts and great stories about what makes Cincinnati special. This 1.5 mile tour lasts 90-120 minutes.

Cincinnati's Best Walking Tours: Cincy Lite

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's
Lytle Park

Cincinnati's Best Walking Tours: Cincy Lite

Downtown

Approximately 0.43 miles from from Hathaway's

This tour explores over 200 years of Cincinnati's past and present in just over one city block. Based in the first neighborhood of Cincinnati, this is a great way to learn... Read more

This tour explores over 200 years of Cincinnati's past and present in just over one city block. Based in the first neighborhood of Cincinnati, this is a great way to learn a little about Cincy in an approachable 60-90 minute fun and informative tour on flat sidewalks.

Herzog Music

Downtown

Approximately 0.44 miles from from Hathaway's

Herzog Music

Downtown

Approximately 0.44 miles from from Hathaway's

The first music store located in downtown Cincinnati in decades. Herzog Music is stocked with vintage guitars and collectible records and music lessons are offered for all... Read more

The first music store located in downtown Cincinnati in decades. Herzog Music is stocked with vintage guitars and collectible records and music lessons are offered for all ages. Turntable and music gear service is also available.

YWCA Women’s Art Gallery

Downtown

Approximately 0.44 miles from from Hathaway's

YWCA Women’s Art Gallery

Downtown

Approximately 0.44 miles from from Hathaway's

The YWCA Women’s Art Gallery was established in 1993 to empower local women artists. Although primarily serving the Greater Cincinnati area, the gallery has been proud to... Read more

The YWCA Women’s Art Gallery was established in 1993 to empower local women artists. Although primarily serving the Greater Cincinnati area, the gallery has been proud to host several shows featuring women artists from around the world. As a forum for women’s issues relating to important YWCA programs and services, the gallery has sponsored photographic exhibits on the topics of domestic violence... Read More

Plum Street Temple

Downtown

Approximately 0.45 miles from from Hathaway's
Plum Street Temple

Plum Street Temple

Downtown

Approximately 0.45 miles from from Hathaway's

Built in 1866, this temple is a part of the Isaac M. Wise congregation in Amberley Village and reflects the Byzantine-Moorish style that emerged in Germany in the... Read more

Built in 1866, this temple is a part of the Isaac M. Wise congregation in Amberley Village and reflects the Byzantine-Moorish style that emerged in Germany in the nineteenth century, and is the fountainhead of Reform Judaism in America. 

Lytle Park

Downtown

Approximately 0.46 miles from from Hathaway's
Lytle Park

Lytle Park

Downtown

Approximately 0.46 miles from from Hathaway's

A park nestled in the middle of Downtown Cincinnati as an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. PARTS OF THE PARK MAY BE CLOSED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNTIL LATE... Read more

A park nestled in the middle of Downtown Cincinnati as an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. PARTS OF THE PARK MAY BE CLOSED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNTIL LATE 2018 Part of Cincinnati Parks

Black Owned

Downtown

Approximately 0.46 miles from from Hathaway's

Black Owned

Downtown

Approximately 0.46 miles from from Hathaway's

Black Owned Outerwear is a fashion line created to promote excellence, with every garment designed to inspire. Products include crew neck sweatshirts, pullover & zip... Read more

Black Owned Outerwear is a fashion line created to promote excellence, with every garment designed to inspire. Products include crew neck sweatshirts, pullover & zip up hoodies, t-shirts, and hats for men and women. Since black is the color of success and sophistication, that's what being Black Owned represents.

Roebling Suspension Bridge

South

Approximately 0.47 miles from from Hathaway's
Roebling Suspension Bridge (photo: CincinnatiUSA.com)

Roebling Suspension Bridge

South

Approximately 0.47 miles from from Hathaway's

When the Roebling Suspension Bridge opened to traffic in 1867 connecting Covington, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio, its span of 1057 feet was the longest in the world. John... Read more

When the Roebling Suspension Bridge opened to traffic in 1867 connecting Covington, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio, its span of 1057 feet was the longest in the world. John A. Roebling, whose next project was the Brooklyn Bridge, is the engineer responsible for creating this iconic feature of our region's skyline which is now a National Historic Landmark. Each June, RoeblingFest celebrates this... Read More

St. Peter in Chains Cathedral

Downtown

Approximately 0.48 miles from from Hathaway's
St. Peter in Chains Cathedral

St. Peter in Chains Cathedral

Downtown

Approximately 0.48 miles from from Hathaway's

Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati. It is a Greek revival structure located at 8th and Plum Streets in... Read more

Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati. It is a Greek revival structure located at 8th and Plum Streets in downtown Cincinnati. Saint Peter in Chains was begun with the laying of its cornerstone on 20 May 1841, under the direction of then-bishop (later archbishop) John Baptist Purcell, and formally dedicated on 2 November 1845. Its... Read More

Rooster

Downtown

Approximately 0.49 miles from from Hathaway's

Rooster

Downtown

Approximately 0.49 miles from from Hathaway's

Curated shop featuring furniture, home décor, and more.

Curated shop featuring furniture, home décor, and more.

Northside Distilling

Downtown

Approximately 0.50 miles from from Hathaway's

Northside Distilling

Downtown

Approximately 0.50 miles from from Hathaway's

Northside Distillery Co is a micro batch distilling company in Cincinnati OH.

Northside Distillery Co is a micro batch distilling company in Cincinnati OH.

Philippe Haas Bespoke Tailoring

Downtown

Approximately 0.50 miles from from Hathaway's

Philippe Haas Bespoke Tailoring

Downtown

Approximately 0.50 miles from from Hathaway's

Custom tailoring for men and women.

Custom tailoring for men and women.

Cappel's Annex

Downtown

Approximately 0.50 miles from from Hathaway's

Cappel's Annex

Downtown

Approximately 0.50 miles from from Hathaway's

Cappel's offers a selection of items and accessories for parties, as well as costumes, wigs, masks, and make-up for anytime of the year.  

Cappel's offers a selection of items and accessories for parties, as well as costumes, wigs, masks, and make-up for anytime of the year.  

Taft Museum of Art

Downtown

Approximately 0.53 miles from from Hathaway's
Taft Museum of Art (Photo: Robert A. Fuschel)

Taft Museum of Art

Downtown

Approximately 0.53 miles from from Hathaway's

The Taft Museum of Art is one of the finest small art museums in America. A National Historic Landmark built in 1820, the historic house was the home of some iconic... Read more

The Taft Museum of Art is one of the finest small art museums in America. A National Historic Landmark built in 1820, the historic house was the home of some iconic Cincinnatians, including: Martin Baum, Nicholas Longworth, David Sinton, Anna Sinton Taft and Charles Phelps Taft.    Opening in 1932, the Taft Museum is home to an extensive art collection that includes European and American master... Read More

Chainging Gears

Downtown

Approximately 0.55 miles from from Hathaway's
Changing Gears Tours

Chainging Gears

Downtown

Approximately 0.55 miles from from Hathaway's

Chainging Gears is a multi-passenger party bike tour business offering 16 different tours, with more to come!  If that does not work, then you can design your own!... Read more

Chainging Gears is a multi-passenger party bike tour business offering 16 different tours, with more to come!  If that does not work, then you can design your own!  Chainging Gears offers more than 60 tours per week and can be flexible with the times to meet your needs. Chainging Gears operates fully customized pedal bikes with contemporary styling and appearance, lowered platforms for safety and... Read More

Dick Waller's Artplace

Downtown

Approximately 0.55 miles from from Hathaway's

Dick Waller's Artplace

Downtown

Approximately 0.55 miles from from Hathaway's

Dick Waller was a clarinetist in the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, but decided to start painting in 1974. He developed a style which he calls free association painting.... Read more

Dick Waller was a clarinetist in the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, but decided to start painting in 1974. He developed a style which he calls free association painting. His pieces are all titled “Contrasts” which describes his contrasting styles of painting and the contrast of colors he uses.

Washington Platform’s Over-the-Rhine Tour

Downtown

Approximately 0.55 miles from from Hathaway's

Washington Platform’s Over-the-Rhine Tour

Downtown

Approximately 0.55 miles from from Hathaway's

Tour starts at Washington Platform, opened as a beer hall and saloon in 1875 on the south bank of “the Rhine,” the canal that separated the original, Anglo Cincinnati from... Read more

Tour starts at Washington Platform, opened as a beer hall and saloon in 1875 on the south bank of “the Rhine,” the canal that separated the original, Anglo Cincinnati from its “German Quarter.” In the 1800’s, the area north of Washington Platform was, per capita, the most German neighborhood in America. The residents of this enclave brought a healthy thirst with them from their Germanic homelands... Read More

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