CityOf.com Logo
CityOf.com Logo

Museums in Cincinnati, OH (showing 1 - 10 out of 11)

American Sign Museum

American Sign Museum

1330 Monmouth Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45225directionsDirections
(513) 541-6366

Not sure where you’re going? The American Sign Museum can help point you in the right direction. This specialized museum features over 200 signs and other objects from all over the US. Learn about the design and manufacturing of these roadside staples through a series of fun exhibits and displays.

Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education

Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education

8401 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45236directionsDirections
(513) 487-3055

Find faith in the human spirit at the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education. This heart wrenching yet inspiring museum showcases the tragedy as well as the tenacity of the human condition. Honor those who lost their lives to the Holocaust and those who survived; and let their stories teach you lessons about the necessity of tolerance, inclusion and social justice in the modern world.

Cincinnati Art Museum

Cincinnati Art Museum

953 Eden Park Dr
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 721-2787

Located in beautiful Eden Park, the Cincinnati Art Museum cultivates even more beauty inside. This huge art museum ranks alongside the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Modern Art in New York as one of the best museums of its type in the country. See the unparalleled permanent art collection as you stroll through the galleries, and be sure to stop by the traveling exhibits.

Cincinnati Fire Museum

Cincinnati Fire Museum

315 W Court St
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 621-5553

Children and children at heart will adore the Cincinnati Fire Museum, with its many fun, interactive exhibits. Learn about the history of firefighting in Cincinnati; see cool artifacts from some of America’s original firefighters; explore a modern day fire truck, complete with a siren; and much, much more!

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal

1301 Western Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45203directionsDirections
(513) 287-7000

Constructed in an old passenger railroad station, the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal now houses three museums, an OMNIMAX theater and a library in its massive facility. Learn about the history of the city at the Cincinnati History Museum; explore the entire world at the Museum of Natural History and Science; or let the little ones have a blast at the Duke Energy Children's Museum.

Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum

Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum

100 Joe Nuxhall Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 765-7000

Learn all about Cincy’s Major League baseball team when you visit the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. This specific museum was instituted back in 1958 in order to recognize the achievements of former Reds players, managers and executives. Over the years, it has grown to include several exciting, interactive exhibits.

Duke Energy Children’s Museum

Duke Energy Children’s Museum

1301 Western Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45203directionsDirections
(513) 287-7000

If you only have time to visit one section of Union Terminal, make it Duke Energy Children’s Museum for some educational fun designed specifically for children ages one to twelve. With eight unique exhibits and attractions, and a large indoor play area where children can safely bounce off the walls to their hearts’ content, this museum is a children’s wonderland.

Harriet Beecher Stowe House

Harriet Beecher Stowe House

2950 Gilbert Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45206directionsDirections
(513) 751-0651

See the Harriet Beecher Stowe House, where the author famous for penning Uncle Tom’s Cabin was born and raised. This preserved family home has been maintained and restored. Travel back in time, as you enter through the doors, to an era on the brink of Civil War, and get a glimpse into the lives of a family filled with human rights activists.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

50 E Freedom Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 333-7536

Celebrate the history of the abolitionist movement at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Dedicated to the efforts of black and white Americans who fought to end slavery, this unique museum educates the public about the horrors of slavery and the struggle for civil rights while honoring those who found freedom and those who lost their lives searching for it.

Taft Museum of Art

Taft Museum of Art

316 Pike St
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 241-0343

Although the Taft Museum of Art is housed in the Taft’s former villa, this house museum contains an extensive collection of paintings, porcelains, sculptures, decorative arts, furniture and much more in its spacious rooms. This expansive display includes old master paintings from Europe and America by artists like Dominique Ingres, Frans Hals, Rembrandt van Rijn and others.

vertical_align_top
near