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This tour walks through the historic Brewery District in Over-the-Rhine and shares the stories of the men who built and worked in 19th century breweries, exploring dangerous working conditions, grueling hours, and the growing divide between the workers who made the beer and the “Beer Barons” who built fortunes by producing America’s best brews. Tours include a trip deep into the subterranean lagering cellars of the pre-Prohibition Schmidt Brothers / Crown Brewery.
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.
This historic working-class neighborhood is buzzing with social activity. It is a district filled with restaurants, breweries, shops, theaters, and a beautiful park. But hidden below the surface is a dark past. Long-forgotten corpses litter the area and may contribute to the supernatural claims that persist to this day.
From murderous rage to body snatching for medical dissection, we resurrect the buried secrets that make this one of Cincinnati's most haunted neighborhoods.
During the second half of the tour, you will enjoy the use of authentic paranormal detection tools in hotspots of activity.
Join us on a walking tour of Cincinnati to learn about Cincinnati's hidden history on one of the Top Five Underground Tours in the U.S.* Enjoy a stroll through Over-the-Rhine, home to America's largest set of historical landmarks. Visit buildings in the Gateway District that were home to over 130 saloons, bars, beer gardens, and theaters that hosted iconic entertainers like Buffalo Bill Cody. Then, descend below the city streets to a hidden crypt where some of Cincinnati's first residents were buried. Next return underground to explore newly discovered tunnels vital to Cincinnati's brewery heritage. Finally end the tour with a visit to a modern brewery in OTR.
Discover Cincinnati’s secret gem: Mt. Adams. This 19th-century European hilltop village provides some of the most spectacular views of the city. Step back in time as you explore its beautiful architecture, quaint shops and magnificent churches. Enjoy a coffee and a pastry al fresco and finish your visit with a cold drink at Cincinnati’s oldest family-owned Irish pub.
Do you want to see the Queen City, learn the history and enjoy great food along the way? Maximize your time on this 3 hour tour and visit 3 neighborhoods and 6 eateries, plus receive an all day streetcar pass. We begin at Fountain Square and end with a tour of Findlay Market.
Visit 3 neighborhoods and ride the streetcar north to Over The Rhine and Findlay Market.
*Visit Fountain Square and the Carew Tower in the heart of the city. See and hear stories about Washington Park, Music Hall, and the history of Over the Rhine.
*Experience colorful multi story murals throughout the city and the free art exhibits that you can return to.
*Stroll through Findlay Market and hear the story of the oldest urban market in Ohio.
*Enjoy dining at 4 sit down restaurants, a unique pastry shop and an award winning donut shop.
*Receive a food guide with streetcar map, list of restaurants and advice from a local guide who knows the city.
*Our promise to leave you full - both mind and body!
Take a trip back in time! Remember the Beatles vinyl albums, Turkish taffy, malts, Pez, hippie beads and locally-owned, cozy bookstores? We will drive down “memory lane” and visit shops that will take you back like Sweeties Big Fun, Loganberry Books on Larchmere; in Coventry Village neighborhood, visit Record Revolution, Tommy’s soda fountain, City Buddha & Passport to Peru. Time permitting, we can visit Alan Freed’s Rock ‘n Roll jukebox tombstone in Lakeview Cemetery.
Venture away from downtown Cincinnati and across the Ohio River to gain a different perspective of the Queen City. Your tour guide shares history and local insights as you stroll through historic neighborhoods and parks. See public art, peek into locally-owned shops, enjoy a slice of pizza, and savor a waffle cone before taking the trolley back at your leisure.
Take a 1.5-hour walking tough through "The Short North" on this incredible experience that showcases old Victoria homes and plenty of art and history. Tour local galleries, visit Cap at the Union Station and check out the hottest spots in this up-and-coming town as you follow your guide through city streets.
This walking tour is a great way to get familiar with Cincinnati. Beginning in Lytle Park Historic District, learn about the history and architecture of the Queen City. Move on to the central business district, then admire the sports arena and parks along the riverfront. Your guide is a Cincinnati native who also shares insights about the town’s dining, arts, and business scenes along the way.
Experience an urban renaissance unlike any other in the U.S. See how 19th century Italianate architecture is being restored and how neglected buildings are becoming restaurants, shops, and residences. Enjoy enough food for lunch during this 3-hour walking tour. Tour also available for private groups.
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.
Greece is many things: Unspoiled crystal clear beaches, Amazing archeological discoveries, Awe inspiring Byzantine Churches, Delicious fresh food and Unparalleled scenic views! Bilingual guides stay with you from the U.S. to Greece, at the hotel, and on every exclusion, making your introduction to the area seamless. You will go with anticipation, and return with nostalgia. Prepare to take a lot of pictures!
Cleveland has a robust and creative arts scene. This hop-on, hop-off SUV tour visits artists exhibitions at non-collecting galleries tucked away in CLE. We will select from displays at SPACES, the Transformer Station, The Galleries at CSU, Bonfoey Gallery, MOCA-Museum of contemporary Art and Heights Arts gallery and store. Many of these small venues showcase rotating exhibits featuring contemporary art and reflections on social issues of the day. The tour can be customized and include special requests as well at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The 1 or 2 hr. city tours run daily and offers the unique experience of riding a Segway through Sandusky, OH taking in all the beautiful sites of our gardens, paths and bikeways! Training and demonstrations are before each tour, giving you an understanding of what your experience will be like.
The Cincinnati Vegan tour is the only food and culture tour that features plant based dishes from 7 local privately owned restaurants. Whether you are a vegan or curious about vegan dishes, you will enjoy the food on this tour! Besides dining, we show you the city! You'll learn the history, see prominent landmarks, and be entertained by our local friendly guides. We will use the Cincinnati Bell Connector Streetcar and walking on this 3 hour tour. Your streetcar ticket is valid until 2am the day of the tour. We guarantee you won't be bored and you won't leave hungry!
This tour focuses on the events and activities surrounding the controversial 1919 World Series that matched up the Cincinnati Reds and the Chicago White Sox. Join us as we explore how that series and Cincinnati changed baseball forever.