Top 7 Things To Do In Cincinnati On A Budget
Cincinnati is a beautiful city and one that you are sure to fall in love with once you have visited the city once. However, what you need to realize is Cincinnati has plenty for you to do as well even if you are on a budget. Since we know not everyone can afford to go out to the high dollar attractions, we have ranked the top 7 things to do in Cincinnati on a buget.
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7. Cincinnati Zoo @cincinnatizoo -
The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is an attraction that can be a place to visit on an all day trip. However, the price is a little high for some budgets, but if you can set aside the money to go it is highly recommended that you go and visit the Cincinnati Zoo to enjoy the animals, but also one of the best zoos in America.
6. Catch A Game -
Sports is a major draw in Cincinnati, even when the teams are not playing that well. So you will want to try to plan on catching a Reds, FC Cincinnati, or Bengals game if you can. Then you will be able to experience some professional sports games at the highest level possible.
5. Findlay Market @FindlayMarket -
Now a farmers market type of location may not seem like it would be that interesting to go to. However, Cincinnati has the famous Findlay Market which is a great place to go to because of the chance to see unique items and enjoy some great treats.
4. Cincinnati Art Museum @cincinnatiartmuseum -
The Cincinnati Art Museum is home to over 60,000 pieces of art works. Some of these pieces of art are simply stunning and amazing. However, other pieces come from artists that you may have never heard of before and this is what makes an art museum a great place to go and see.
3. Eden Park -
Eden Park is a place that you are going to enjoy because it has some very beautiful sweeping views of the city. What else is great is the fact the place has some of the best paths you can find in the city. With Mirror Lake, though, you will have a great path to walk around the lake and enjoy some water while looking at the city.
2. Krohn Conservatory @Krohn-Conservatory -
Krohn Conservatory is a place that has managed to hold a lot of history in Cincinnati. Yes, it is smaller than what you would expect, but the price is not that high and it makes it easier for you to have a great time. The location also offers a chance to enjoy number 3 on our list in Eden Park with Mirror Lake.
1. Purple People Bridge -
The Purple People Bridge is one that stretches over the beautiful Ohio River. However, what is really nice about this bridge outside of the fact that it connects Cincinnati to Newport is that it is meant only for people only. So you can stretch your legs and look down on the river from the bridge and enjoy the view.