Come for the Butterfly Show, Stay for Marie and Rosetta

Thursday March 22 through Sunday March 25, 2018

Thousands of butterflies are fluttering around the Krohn Conservatory at the annual International Butterfly Show! Plus, witness the compelling life stories of two powerhouse gospel singers.

  • International Butterfly Show: Butterflies of Madagascar

    March 24-June 17, 2018

    Thousands of butterflies fly through landscapes inspired by Madagascar's unique features and highlighting the country's culture.

  • Marie and Rosetta

    March 3-31, 2018

    Experince an evening full of roof-raising, heart-rending gospel music.

  • ArtsWave Days

    March 24, 2018

    Tour Cincinnati's historical performance venue, Music Hall, that completed a $143 million renovation in 2017.

  • Findlay Market

    All year

    Stroll through Ohio's oldest continuously operated public market for fresh foods, flowers, locally-made chocolate and more.

  • JACK Cincinnati Casino

    All year

    Roll the dice with 100,000 square feet of slot machines, poker tables and more at this downtown Cincinnati casino.

  • Newport Aquarium

    All year

    Pet stingrays in Stingray Hideaway's 17,000-gallon touch pool with an underwater viewing area, and visit the new Ring of Fire exhibit with a giant Pacific octopus, moon jellyfish and Japanese spider crabs.


More Weekend Fun

  • Cincinnati Cyclones Hockey

    March 22-23, 2018

    Enjoy $1 beer night plus special giveaways while watching the hometown hockey action.

  • Red Velvet

    March 6-31, 2018

    Ensemble Theatre presents the true story of the first African-American actor to play the role of Othello.

  • 90's Block Party Tour

    March 24, 2018

    U.S. Bank Arena is throwing it back to the 1990s with performances by Guy, Monica, Jagged Edge, Ginuwine, and Dru Hill.

  • Jungle Jim's International Market Fairfield

    All year

    Pick up a few items or spend the day exploring this wacky, gargantuan jungle of a supermarket.

  • Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum

    All year

    Experience the rich history of America's first professional baseball team in this 15,000-square-foot venue.

  • Loveland Castle

    All year

    Meander through the gardens, enjoy a picnic, or revel in the ancient weaponry at this 1920s stone castle along the banks of the Little Miami River.