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Cincinnati Art Museum exhibits
"No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man" takes over the Cincinnati Art Museum. This exhibit has been called "an experience in the collective dreaming" and has a captivating collection of oversized sculptures. The exhibit runs April 26 through September 2, 2019.
Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style is available for viewing June 28-September 15, 2019, featuring Japanese kimono side by side with western fashionable garments from the 1870s to today.
Cincinnati Reds 150th anniversary
Join the whole city as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the oldest professional team in baseball, the Cincinnati Reds! Multiple events will be taking place all season long at Great American Ball Park, the Reds Hall of Fame, and more! Events to look out for include 15 throwback uniforms being worn by players at select home games, more than 20 Mr. Redlegs benches around town in the different uniforms, and the renovated Reds Hall of Fame.
Cincinnati Museum Center's new and improved exhibits
With the reopening of this classic Cincinnati work of art, the Cincinnati Museum Center is ready to explore. The Museum of Natural History & Science’s Dinosaur Hall includes new displays of six gigantic prehistoric creatures. Explore the late Jurassic period with the help of state-of-the-art interactive elements! Take a look at a vast collection of fossils to study the life and evolution of dinosaur biology. Also new to the Museum of Natural History & Science is the Science Interactives Gallery. In this hands-on STEM-inspired exhibit visitors can engage with pulley systems, watch clouds form, knock down targets with concentrate walls of air and even games of tug-of-war!
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission with Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission. The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service selected Cincinnati Museum Center as the final stop on the national tour of this exhibit that features the Apollo 11 command module Columbia and more than 20 original Apollo 11-flown objects, models and videos, that tell about the historic journey of the Apollo 11 crew – Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. The exhibit runs September 28, 2019-February 17, 2020 and complements the center's Neil Armstrong Space Exploration Gallery, a new permanent exhibit celebrating the legacy of the historic Apollo 11 mission. The gallery features interactive elements, original equipment and artifacts from the mission and an immersive theater component.
Coney Island's Cannonball Cove
Coney Island's new dive pool is open for splashes this summer.Located in Sunlite Water Adventure, Cannonball Cover features two 3-foot diving boards and one high dive with at over 9-feet tall with a dive depth of 12.9 feet.
FC Cincinnati joins MLS
Kings Island's antique cars return
Joining the newest roller coaster, Mystic Timbers, Kings Island welcomes back a beloved favorite, the antique car rides. In the new Kings Mills Antique Autos family ride, guests board replica classic touring cars and take a leisurely drive around a scenic track equipped with a small rail to keep the car on the path. The ride is comparable to the original Les Taxis antique car ride, combining nostalgia with new enhancements.
Kings Mills Antique Autos is located in Coney Mall, across from the Juke Box Café and alongside The Racer roller coaster. The cars are 2/3 scale replicas of the 1911 Ford Model T; though all-new, they will retain the vintage feel of the original Les Taxis. The ride's name, as well as theming throughout the attraction, enhances the nostalgic experience for riders.
Located within the walls of historic Union Terminal, the exact station where many Holocaust survivors passed through Cincinnati to begin their new lives, The Holocaust and Humanity Center teaches lessons from the past to inspire action for the future in today’s society. Learn through storytelling, interactive experiences, and genuine artifacts the struggle and hardships individuals faced during one of the darkest times of human history, and see how individuals now are taking action to ensure equality and create positive change in our community.
Newport Aquarium's Freshwater Falls
Ark Encounter expansions
New Culinary Experiences
Eat & Drink at these New Hot Spots
The Cincinnati region continues to be a popular destination for foodies. Here are just some of the new restaurants, breweries, and bars that have opened in the past year: Wodka Bar OTR, Pendleton Parlor, Social OTR, Branch, Night Drop Bar, Libby's Southern Comfort, The Lonely Pine Steakhouse, Mikey's Late Night Slice with Oddfellows Liquour Bar, Sugarfire Smokehouse, Humble Monk Brewing Co., Holiday Spirits Bar with Forty Thieves, and Hoppin' Vines.