Bengals — Who Dey! The Cincinnati Bengals take to the field each fall at Paul Brown Stadium, a cornerstone of Cincinnati's riverfront development.
Findlay Market — One of the nation's oldest public markets located just blocks from downtown in Over-the-Rhine, a dense historic neighborhood rich in 19th century architecture.
Fountain Square — The Tyler Davidson Fountain has defined the city's core since 1871. It is surrounded by hotels and restaurants, with activities and music going on year-round.
Hofbrauhaus — From the traditionally decorated rooms, to the excellent bier and tasty German and American fare, Hofbrauhaus Newport is sure to be a memorable experience for everyone.
Kentucky Speedway — The region's premier motor sports facility hosts races in NASCAR, ARCA and the IndyCar Series. Recently renovated with 107,000 grandstand seats, 35 luxury suites and seven terrace boxes.
Kings Island — More than 100 rides and attractions including 15 roller coasters and Banshee, the world's longest inverted roller coaster, plus Soak City Waterpark.
Museum Center — This unique historic building is home to Cincinnati's History Museum, Children's Museum, Museum of Natural History and Omnimax Theater.
Newport on the Levee — Premier entertainment center on the bank of the Ohio River directly across from Downtown Cincinnati. Kick back and enjoy great dining and entertainment.
Reds Hall of Fame — Professional baseball was born with the formation of the Cincinnati Red Stockings in 1869. The Reds Hall of Fame and Museum offers a fascinating look at the sport's heralded past.
Smale Park — Featuring scenic river views, cascading and interactive fountains, tree groves and a meditative labyrinth, along with adjacent restaurants like the Moerlein Lager House.