Discover a different side of Cincinnati on a guided tour of the city’s lesser-known history, underground tunnels, and even a hidden crypt. Whether you are new to the city or a long-time resident looking to learn more about the town, this guided tour provides unique insights and reveals secret corners of the city even most locals miss.
Go underground and journey far off the beaten track while in Cincinnati with this hidden brewery caverns tour. Explore two sets of beer caverns: the Linck Brewery tunnels and the Jackson Brewery tunnels. Visit the site where Johnny Cash filmed a movie and the inside of the last standing structures from the original Christian Moerlein Brewery complex (closed to the public for decades). Afterward, enjoy a beer tasting at the Northern Row Taproom.
Combine a delicious brunch with a walking tour. This small-group Saturday morning experience will have you exploring one of Cincinnati's most history-rich neighborhoods, by foot and by streetcar, while enjoying great food along the way. You'll visit Over-the-Rhine and the historic Findlay Market and enjoy dishes from six local eateries.
Visit hundreds of years of living history during this information-packed, small-group guided tour of Cincinnati’s brewery district. Visit structures dating back two centuries as you listen to the stories behind the city’s little-known brewing empires. Tours include a visit to the pre-prohibition lager cellars at Jackson Brewery and discounts on merchandise at the Brewing Heritage Trail store.
Over-the-Rhine is a historic neighborhood comprised of amazing structures both above and below the ground. Come and explore with us as we walk (approx. one mile total) and ride the streetcar to major topside landmarks such as Findlay Market, Music Hall, Washington Park, and the location of the Miam-Erie Canal. We'll also learn about it's underground history as we stop by several places from above, including the pre-Prohibition lagering facility of the Lafayette Brewery and Cincinnati's abandoned subway system below Central Parkway. Then we'll go three stories underground, where the Gerke Brewery fermented and cold-stored their beer dating back to the 1850s. This requires guests to traverse a series of steep stairs and is not recommended for young children or those who have difficulty with stairs, but anyone in attendance is welcome to remain topside. Our journey concludes at a local taproom, where we'll have a pint, before returning to the Brewing Heritage Trail Tour Center.
Save time and money on this excursion that includes a guided tour of Cincinnati's top sights, from the banks of the Ohio River to downtown and Findlay Market; food tastings at some of the city's best restaurants, and an all-day streetcar pass so that (armed with some insider tips from your guide) you can spend the rest of the day exploring independently.
Sample some brews and learn about Cincinnati's rich brewing heritage without the worry of designating a driver. This small-group tour takes you to three different craft breweries around the city where you will talk beer and taste a total of nine different beers. Snacks are included to keep your energy up.
Cincinnati is home to a thriving culinary scene but, for visitors, it can be hard to choose where to dine. Take the guesswork out of your visit by joining this streetcar tour that takes you to several different restaurants and a food market across multiple neighborhoods to sample their best dishes.
Discover the vibrant culture of Cincinnati’s Over-The-Rhine neighborhood on a small-group tour that combines culinary treats and local history. Traveling between six different eateries lets foodies sample a wide variety of ethnic cuisines. Along the way, a guide shares stories about the neighborhood’s diverse past and provides details you would likely miss on your own.
This small-group ghost tour of Cincinnati goes deeper than most: not only will you explore the streets of Over-the-Rhine and learn about its hidden haunted history, you'll also get a hands-on experience of using ghost hunting equipment in hotspots of activity. By the end, you'll understand why this is one of Cincinnati's most haunted neighborhoods.
Cincinnati is home to many spooky sites, but visiting them alone doesn't offer the full picture. This guided walking tour takes you through the city after dark, to several haunted locations, including Memorial Hall, Washington Park and Taft's Ale House, where your guide will fill you in on their associated true life, chilling tales.
If you are unsure of where to find the best foodie and wine spots in Cincinnati, discover the Queen City's wine and food scene on this guided tour. You'll enjoy desserts from three great local businesses, as well as four tastings of wine from local winemakers and a behind-the-scenes tour of an urban winery.
On this tour you will be lurking through the historic OTR, the neighborhood known as Over the Rhine, one of the largest, most intact urban historic districts in the United States, and discovering the spirits that have decided to haunt its grounds.
Go at your own pace and anytime you want and the tour never expires. Book 1 ticket and unlock 2 phones! Only on the WalknTours App.
You’ll walk on the Elm Street that inspired Freddy Kruger, learn the haunted story of Music Hall, see where the lady in Red resides, uncover a bar 4 stories below, lurk in the park in search of the Witch of Washington Park, and much more.
The tour is outside and we stop by all the stops on the tour, but do not go inside on this tour.
The WalknTours app offers solo tours navigated by your smart phone. Go at your own pace, on your own schedule and on your own terms. It's like a real life tour guide, only it's on your phone, way more convenient and a better story teller.
Food, culture, and history! It's all at Findlay Market! Findlay Market has been at the heart of the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood since 1852. See why this municipal market is now Cincinnati's most popular gathering place and the favorite destination for food lovers. Taste your way around the market during a 90-minute guided tour while you meet several market merchants and enjoy five samples. Tour also available for private groups.
If you're a baseball fan, swap the typical sightseeing tours of Cincinnati for one focused on baseball history. This small-group tour explores the city through the lens of the events surrounding the controversial 1919 World Series that matched the Cincinnati Reds and the Chicago White Sox. See the key places in the establishment of the rule change that changed the sport forever.
Take a walking tour with Ken Naegele, the Necro Tourist at the historic Wesleyan Cemetery. Visit the grave sites of significant people who impacted US and Cincinnati history. Hear their stories and see how they are memorialized.
Join the Brewing Heritage Trail on this mostly indoor tour to learn about modern and historic brewing and distilling, but that’s not all, we’ll get to sample beverages and visit a 19th century underground lagering cellar along the way! The first stop is the Rhinegeist Brewery, located inside a pre-Prohibition brewing structure, where we’ll take a behind the scenes tour of their modern and historic facility (stairs required for part of the tour), concluding with a flight of their beers. Next stop is the lagering cellar of the historic Jackson Brewery, exploring underground passages where beer was fermented dating back to the 1850s! We then head over to Northern Row Brewery and Distillery, where we’ll get a close-up look at their distilling process, followed by a spirit sampling! No other tour in the city offers historic and modern brewing and distilling, with an underground cellar exploration, so don’t miss out on this unique tour offered only by the Brewing Heritage Trail!
Join us on a delicious new food and culture tour that caters to all palates: Omnivores, Vegetarians and Vegans.
We’re going to court, Court Street that is. It has a fresh new look featuring interesting bars, shops and restaurants.
Court Street is located in mid-town Cincinnati, just a block south of Over the Rhine.
We begin the tour inside Kroger ‘On the Rhine Eatery’. This second floor food hall features a variety of restaurants, a bar, an outdoor patio, restrooms and parking.
Our food stops will feature Asian, Greek, Latin American, Korean, French pastries and more. The dishes are a smorgasbord that will provide an ample lunch.
After enjoying dishes at our first four or five restaurants, we’ll walk three blocks to the Gateway District in Over the Rhine. We’ll ride the streetcar to historic Findlay Market for one or two more tastings.
If this is your first time to Cincinnati, you’ll enjoy seeing the city with a friendly local guide.
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