Experience all 4 seasons full of intense sporting events, entertaining traditions, annual festivities and more when you relocate to Cincinnati, OH. Not only is Cincy ranked #1 in Best Places to Live in Ohio, it is also #1 on SmartAsset's ranking of the Best Cities for New College Grads. Find out if you see yourself in the Queen City. 


Findlay Market
Pick up some fresh grub for a home-cooked weekend meal or grab a drink while enjoying the fresh air at Cincinnati's oldest public market. Be sure to try something new from one of the many vendors!
Celebrate the beginning of Spring with a weekend full of the best brews in the area and festivities like a parade, 5k race, brewery tours, live music and even goat yoga.

Reds Opening Day
Kick-start baseball season by venturing downtown for Reds Opening Day. Whether you plan on attending the game or not, the city will be full of energy with our famous parade.
FC Cincinnati Match
No doubt you will become an FC Cincinnati soccer fan after going to a match at the world renowned TQL Stadium. See for yourself why Cincinnati loves its MLS team so much.
Taste of Cincinnati
This annual culinary arts festival dates back to 1979 and is one of the nation's largest street festivals. Try some unique dishes from more than 50 food trucks and restaurants, serving delectable items from their menus. 
International Wine Fest
Do you have a taste for fine wine and giving back to the community? If so, you don't want to miss the chance to sample local food paired with over 750 unique wines from across the world all while raising money for 30+ local charities. 
Red River Gorge
Immerse yourself in nature for a weekend in the Daniel Boone National Forest, home to a jaw dropping canyon system in Kentucky that stretches across 29,000 acres. Adventures include hiking, ziplining, rock climbing and pure relaxation as you enjoy the views.
Cincinnati Zoo
Don't miss the chance to experience USA TODAY'S #1 Zoo in the nation and #2 botanical garden. Spend a sunny day looking at the wide arrangement of blooming flowers and visiting animals from all over the world. 
Keeneland Racetrack
Wondering why Kentucky is known for its horse racing? Take a weekend day trip to Lexington, KY to see the beautiful Bluegrass State and test your luck betting on a horse.

The Flying Pig
If you are a dedicated runner, you can't miss the opportunity to participate in the classic Flying Pig Marathon. The course provides a lovely tour of some of the best areas in Cincinnati and the proceeds are donated to charitable partners of the annual event.


Little Miami Canoeing
Grab some friends and head to Morgan's Outdoor Adventures to canoe, kayak, raft or tube down the 18 mile long Little Miami River. Spend the day paddling, riding the rapids and relaxing in the sun.

Riverbend Music Center
Whether you're a country music fan or prefer pop, Riverbend has a summer concert lineup that appeals to all music lovers. This unique outdoor venue provides a live music experience you don't want to miss out on with an open lawn for you to enjoy the concert with friends.
Goetta (a breakfast meat) is a Cincinnati delicacy and for two weeks, Goettafest attracts food lovers to try every goetta-infused dish imaginable. Head to Newport on the Levee to try creations like goetta stuffed pancakes, goetta pizza, goetta fried rice and more.
Kings Island
Calling all thrill seekers - make your way to the biggest amusement park in the Midwest for a day of riding the park's 14 roller coasters and 47 other attractions. You can even make the most of a hot summer day in the Soak City waterpark that includes over 50 water activities.
Coney Island
Did you know that the largest recirculating pool in North America is just 10 miles from downtown Cincinnati? Spend a day exploring Coney Island's Sunlite Pool which stretches across 2 acres and then make your way to the waterslides for a rush of adrenaline.
Cincinnati Music Festival
Cincinnati Music Festival, originally called the Ohio Valley Jazz Fest, is 3 days of performances from some of the greatest R&B, hip-hop, soul and jazz artists. Don't miss the chance to see Snoop Dogg and more this July at Paycor Stadium. 
Danger Wheel
Did you know there was such a thing as adult bigwheel racing? Whether you register a team to compete or just want to sit back and watch with a beer in your hand, Dangerwheel is a race you have you see for yourself. 
Western & Southern Open
Witness the oldest professional tennis tournament in the nation, played at the Lindner Family Tennis Center, 35 minutes from downtown. Not only will you catch some of the best tennis in the world, you will also be benefitting the Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
Cincy Brew HaHa
Don't miss the largest beer and comedy festival in America. Make your way to Sawyer Point to see 25+ comedians and try your choice of 40+ beers. This event is completely free so grab some friends and enjoy good laughs and good beer. 
WEBN Firework Show
Celebrate Labor Day Weekend by heading to Riverfest to witness one of the largest firework displays in the Midwest. This all-day festival attracts hundreds of thousands of people for not only the fireworks, but also live music, food and entertainment.


Did you know the largest immersive event in the nation takes place in Cincinnati?  Blink, the free public art light show, showcases projected murals stretched across 30 different city blocks and on public landmarks like TQL Stadium, Fountain Square and more. 
The USS Nightmare
Get in the spooky spirit and test your bravery at Newport on the Levee's unique haunted shipwreck tour, rated #13 scariest in the nation. This 30-minute boat tour consists of 40 scenes full of special effects, realistic makeup and more. 
The Dent Schoolhouse
This legendary haunted house is not for the faint of heart. Rumor has it, the old Dent Schoolhouse shut down in 1950 when students began going missing and the story lives on as it is now ranked as the third scariest haunted house in the nation. 
Halloween Haunt
​​​Witness Kings Island's transformation from an amusement park to an immersive spooky experience. Make your way through the 6 haunted mazes, hang out with more than 300 monsters roaming the park and ride rollercoasters like never before.
Did you know the largest Oktoberfest celebration in the nation and the second largest in the world takes place in Cincinnati? That's right, you can't miss this exciting weekend full of beer, potato pancakes, soft pretzels and so much more.   ​​​​​​​
Ohio Renaissance Festival
Enjoy a grand festival full of fire jugglers, jousters and more while trying out numerous different food and drink options. Your experience will take you back 400 years as you explore the village and check out home-made crafts and shops.
Bengals Football Game
Welcome to the Jungle! The Bengals create an electric environment downtown during football season that you don't want to miss out on. Whether you are ready to hop on the orange and black bandwagon or not, it is essential to join in on the fun at The Banks and around Paycor Stadium. 


Perfect North Slopes
Spend a day skiing, snowboarding or snow tubing at this widely popular resort. Whether you're a beginner or expert, Perfect North has 23 different trails that appeal to all skillsets.
Cincinnati Cyclones Hockey
Make your way to the Heritage Bank Center to enjoy an ice cold beer and experience non-stop action while cheering on Cincy's hockey team as they compete in the ECHL.
Fountain Square Ice Rink
Embrace the winter months and the beatiful city by iceskating in the heart of it at Fountain Square. Don't forget to warm up with a nice hot chocolate from Graeters in the square afterwards or grab a bite at one of the neighboring resturants. 
Crosstown Shootout
Join in on one of the most intense College Basketball rivalries in the nation between the Xavier Musketeers and the Cincinnati Bearcats. These two schools are just 3 miles apart, making the Crosstown Shootout game an exciting day for the entire city.
Get in the holiday spirit by attending SantaCon, a bar crawl centered around spreading cheer with the other thousands of Cincinnatians dressed in their best Santa suits. Donations made from this annual event are split between local sponsored charities. 
Festival of Lights
Bundle up and make your way to the Cincinnati Zoo on a winter night to see over 4 million LED lights and other holiday attractions. Warm up by making a pit stop to see the indoor animal habitats like Manatee Springs, Reptile House, Gorrilla World and more. 
Newport Aquarium
Spend a chilly day with thousands of animals from around the world in 70 different exhibits and tanks. Get up close and personal with sharks, penguins and more and discover aquatic life from around the world. 
Coney Island Christmas Nights of Lights
As the region's largest synchronized holiday light show, you can get into the Christmas spirit from the comfort of your car as you drive through over 2 million spectacular lights. 
Cincinnati Art Museum
If you are looking for a relaxing and cheap  way to spend a day, The Cincinnati Art Museum in Eden Park is a fun and free excursion that displays over 67,000 artworks from around the world dating back to over 6,000 years. 
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