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Outdoors in Cincinnati, OH (showing 1 - 8 out of 8)

Ault Park

Ault Park

3600 Observatory Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45208directionsDirections
(513) 357-2604

The fourth largest park in Cincinnati, Ault Park transforms during the summer into a colorful outdoor wonderland. The beautiful Summer Dance Series gardens bring a splash of bright flowers not seen in any other park. Enjoy this floral explosion as you walk along the paths, or join in on one of the many festivities in the large pavilion.

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St
Cincinnati, OH 45220directionsDirections
(513) 281-4700

The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden may be one of the oldest zoos in America, but it still has its wild side! This National Historic Landmark attraction covers a little over 65 acres and is packed with packs of exotic and native animals. See the original Reptile House from 1875 or make time for a special Animal Encounter.

Eden Park

Eden Park

950 Eden Park Dr
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 352-4080

Aptly named, Eden Park closely resembles a paradise in your own backyard. This large park houses a number of popular attractions, including the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Hinkle Magnolia Garden and the Krohn Conservatory. Explore these venues as you meander through the park’s groves, gardens and gazebos.

Fountain Square

Fountain Square

520 Vine St
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 621-4400

Come spend some time at the beautiful Fountain Square, a park with a rich Cincinnati heritage. Since 1871, this fountain square has played a key role in the center of the city’s civic, social and commercial life. Discover the gorgeous Tyler Davidson Fountain in the middle, surrounded by trees, a pavilion and music stage, a tranquil water wall and a seasonal ice rink.

Krohn Conservatory

Krohn Conservatory

1501 Eden Park Dr
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 352-4080

Enter into a whole new world at the Krohn Conservatory, an architecturally impressive Art Deco greenhouse. Inside this immense glass and aluminum construction is a wide variety of constantly changing horticultural exhibits and attractions. See plants from all over the world up close, and plan your visit right to see the popular "Butterfly Show" in the spring.

Mt. Echo

Mt. Echo

202 Crestline Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45205directionsDirections
(513) 357-2604

Roam the 84 acres of Mt. Echo and explore the area’s rolling hills, outdoor beauty, challenging hiking trails and historic sites. Well known for its spectacular view of downtown Cincinnati, this park is famous for its scenic outlooks and picturesque picnic areas, so be sure to bring your camera!

Sawyer Point

Sawyer Point

750 E Pete Rose Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 357-2604

Near the banks of the Ohio River you’ll find Sawyer Point. This large segment of Cincinnati’s Central Riverfront is filled to the brim with fun activities. The meticulously kept landscape draws in those who want a bit of green in the midst of the concrete jungle. Listen to a band playing on the pavilion or take advantage of the outdoor skating rink, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, playground and water features.

Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park

Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park

1135 Riverside Dr
Cincinnati, OH 45202directionsDirections
(513) 352-6180

Named in honor of Cincinnati’s first African American mayor, the Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park acts as a permanent outdoor tribute of the city’s dedication to world unity and global understanding. Designed to resemble a friendship bracelet, this sumptuous park features intertwining walkways, gardens bursting with flowers and several sculptures dotting the landscape.

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