While The Museum Center is still undergoing extensive renovations, there are still so many great programs at this Cincinnati treasure. The newest offering? The chance to tour historic Cincinnati through the Museum Center’s Heritage Program Tours!
Did you know a Middletown company has continuously making stained glass longer than any other in the country? Ever wonder how 450 million gallons of storm water and sewage are processed every day? Did you know that a uranium processing facility has been reborn as a protected wetland and prairie area? Find the answers to these questions and more during one of Cincinnati Museum Center‘s Heritage Program tours, on sale now.
Hop on a bus, lace up your walking shoes or take a seat for a walking tour, motor coach tour or audio-visual presentation on a variety of topics ranging from Art Deco architecture to historic hauntings to James Brown and “The Twist.” Each tour is meticulously researched and led by one of Heritage Programs’ passionate docents.
From Union Terminal and the Carew Tower to the Netherland Plaza and the Times-Star Building, drink in the lush colors and simple grandeur of architectural icons from another era. The offerings are as diverse as our city, with tours exploring Cincinnati’s contributions to music, unique design aesthetics and rich history. Get the full list of offerings here.