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Cincinnati Museum Center at Union
Museums and Historic Sites
Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
The Art Deco landmark hosts a variety of
The premier science and natural history
family-friendly museums and attractions.
museum offers educational experiences
Cincinnati History Museum
for the whole family. Permanent exhibits
to explore the past with a re-creation of
include Discovery Zoo, Hall of the Universe,
the 1850s Cincinnati Public Landing.
MeadWestvaco Tree House, and toddler-
Energy Children's Museum
friendly Kids' Playce. Open daily.
on exhibits that encourage kids to climb,
2600 DeWeese Pkwy., Dayton
crawl, explore, and learn. At the
of Natural History & Science
, visitors can
The Dayton Art Institute
explore simulations of a glacier, limestone
The museum highlights baroque, Asian,
cave, underground waterfall, and live
Carillon Historical Park
and contemporary art collections. The
bat colony. Captivating nature films are
The 65-acre park boasts a carillon, several
Expericenter, a participation gallery for
presented at the
automobiles made in Dayton, vintage
children and adults, is a popular DAI
or visit the website to learn about multiple-
bicycles, a Wright airplane, print shop, and a
museum ticket options.
456 Belmonte Park N., Dayton
1301 Western Ave., Cincinnati
1000 Carillon Blvd., Dayton
937-223-5277 or 1-800-296-4426
513-287-7000 or 1-800-733-2077
Heritage Village Museum
Cincinnati Art Museum
The living history museum depicts life in
Contemporary Arts Center
The museum features an art collection
Southwestern Ohio throughout the 19th
The non-collecting museum is devoted to
of more than 60,000 works and hosts
Century. Homes, out-buildings, and period
presenting contemporary art from around
several national and international traveling
artifacts aid in telling the story of the recent
the world. CAC provides space for reflection
exhibitions each year. Visitors can enjoy the
past. Interpreters demonstrate some of
and dialogue, where the public can engage
exhibitions and participate in a wide range of
the and crafts of the 19th century weaving,
with artists, scholars, and each other around
art-related programs, activities, and special
candle-dipping, soap making, and other
events. Open daily except Mondays; general
historic tasks at Village special events.
44 E. 6th St., Cincinnati
admission is free.
11450 Lebanon Rd., Cincinnati
953 Eden Park Dr., Cincinnati,
513-721-ARTS  or 1-877-472-4226
Preble County is home to seven antique
covered bridges and several re-created
bridges. Visit the Preble County Convention
and Visitors Bureau website to download a
brochure with a map of the bridges.
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