Findlay Market is Ohio's oldest continuously operated public market and one of Cincinnati's most cherished institutions. The Market is located just blocks from downtown in Over-the-Rhine, a dense historic neighborhood rich in 19th century architecture.
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One of the oldest markets in the country. a must see. live music and beer garden Friday thru Sunday in the afternoons. Buy Amish dairy products and poultry, authentic German sausage, locally grown veggies off the back of farmers trucks. Plus all kinds of crafts, fresh made bread, waffles, and lots…
Historic open air market. An absolute foodie heaven surrounded by great shops and restaurants
International food market that’s an amazing experience to just walk through have lunch or get groceries to prepare your own meals!
Great sightseeing and food scene in one place. This is one of the oldest food markets in the country.
Findlay Market - operated continuously in the same iron-framed building since 1855 - is not just another historic monument. It is an essential institution to life in 21st century Cincinnati. Linking Uptown with downtown, Findlay Market is a vibrant living landmark at the heart of Cincinnati's…
Longtime hub of vendors selling meat, produce & other local foods, plus a seasonal farmers' market.
“6 acre park with fun for all ages. This park hosts free summer concerts on Friday nights! ”
“A beautiful historic part of Cincinnati that opened in 1878. It is a national historical landmark that was recently renovated. Throughout the year, Music Hall has events such as the ballet, sympthony, and children events. Check out their website to see the full list of events. ”
“Beautiful art museum in Eden Park that is also a hit with kids. They have a great kids art area where kids can sit at different stations and design different things. Admission is free to the museum! Explore Eden Park when you are finished!”
“Rhinegeist Brewery (“rhinegeist” means Ghost of the Rhine) is a taproom located in a historic bottling plant and offers house-brewed beers alongside ping-pong tables, cornhole games, and TVs. There’s also a rooftop bar. You can take a tour of the brewery almost every day of the week.”