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There's something new to see every day at one of the Cincinnati's hundreds of live entertainment venues. Right now, you've got to check out this hot calendar of Cincinnati events and take the time to see the Cincinnati Reds. If football is more your scene, take a stroll to the locally revered Paul Brown stadium to see the Cincinnati Bengals.

Cincinnati has something for everyone, especially if you're a music fan and you love the outdoors. There are numerous outdoor and indoor concert venues in Cincinnati, including Riverbend, one of Cincinnati's top outdoor venues featuring both indoor and outdoor seating. Many world-famous musicians have performed at this Cincinnati tourist attraction, among them Kid Rock, the Dave Matthews Band, and Jimmy Buffett and his Coral Reefer Band.

Perhaps the loud music and rowdier crowds are not your cup of tea. If not, try the world class Cincinnati Art Museum, with its extensive collection of over 60,000 objects, covering 6,000 years of world art history. There are papyruses and carvings from ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, as well as huge exhibits of Eastern, Native American and African art. There are also fascinating galleries packed with ancient and modern furniture, glass, ceramics, and folk art. The museum was ranked 'Top Art Museum for Families' by Parenting magazine, and is a top Cincinnati tourist destination, with its family educational tours and ability to cater to all ages, despite the authenticity and quality of its breathtaking scope as a Cincinnati cultural attraction.

Cincinnati's location on the Ohio River places it at an important juncture in the human rights history of the United States. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a testament to this country's commitment to preserving human rights and its obedience to freedom for all. The museum, which is one of Cincinnati's main attractions, tells of the fight for freedom around the globe over time, among many human groups, including the present. Its three buildings symbolize the cornerstones of freedom; courage, cooperation and perseverance, and the Freedom Center's sleek, non-linear architecture reflects the winding Ohio River and the meandering path many in the USA took to freedom. Cincinnati served as a hive of indutry for those involved in the Underground Railroad and its depths received many who sought refuge and a new start in a vicious world. Cincinnati is proud to provide a home for any and all comers in today's changing economic and cultural climate, and this fascinating monument to human dignity will move you beyond words.

Riverboats are a constant sight along the gorgeous Cincinnati riverfront and have been for the past 30 years. At this grand Cincinnati attraction, you can literally see the river's unfolding hisotry and enjoy the myriad forms of Cincinnati entertainment before your eyes in this top location. Gourmet meals, dancing outdoors, and excellent socializing all await the lucky traveler along the extremely active and well-maintained Cincinnati riverfront. Lunch, dinner and sightseeing cruises not to mention all-day mini vacation water-tours, are all freely available at this sparkling Cincinnati tourist spot. And if you aren't into the glamor and charm of the waterfront, there are other vacation attractions in Cincinnati for you, such as Big Bone Lick Museum. The immense Pleistocene Era mammals living in North America over 15-thousand years ago have left Cincinnati with a gift for the world; animals, trapped in a prehistoric salt-spring left skeletons and other clues about their ancient lives in prehistoric Kentucky. The fossilized remains of these animals were discovered and consequently toured museums throughout the world. Many of these gigantic fossils are exhibited today at Big Bone Lick Museum. The world scientific community recognizes the site as the "Birthplace of American Vertebrate Paleontology", and you will find this an amazing Cincinnati attraction.

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