Expert Travel Advice to Cincinnati

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Top Answers To Cincinnati Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Loads to do in Cincinnati, SS, absolutely! If you want to see more wildlife after the aquarium, you should head to the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. The Cincinnati Museum Center incorporates three museums (the Cincinnati History Museum, Duke Energy Children's Museum, and Museum of Natural History and Science) as well as a big IMAX theater. More history's to be found at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. For thrills and spills, you'll want to hit Paramount's Kings Island for a day or more. And, yes, Butler County is in day-trip range; hit Wake Nation for a day of aqua fun. More info on Butler County at: http://www.destinationbutlercounty.com/visitors.php
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Its called EnterTrainment Junction. Its located just off of 75 at the Tylersville rd exit in West Chester Ohio. You can find them on the web at: www.entertrainmentjunction.com or you can reach them by phone at 877-898-4656 Its a great place for kids under ten and train lovers of all ages. Added bonus is its all indoors so its a great place to pass a hot afternoon out of the sun.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    It is 230 miles from Canton to Cincinnati, or about a 4 hour drive, depending on traffic conditions. The link below will give you information on where the Amish communities in Ohio are, touring information, etc.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    There is Entertrainment Junction in West Chester. It's a huge building full of trains and lots of hands on, kid friendly stuff. There is also the Lebanon-Mason Railroad. They offer various themed train rides during the year.

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