Cincinnati, the third largest city in the state of Ohio, is home to unique flavors and amazing attractions. A quality guide to this beautiful waterfront city can be helpful for visitors and residents alike. The following are the most useful, and interesting, guides to the Queen city!
Adventures Around Cincinnati
Penned by Laura Hoevener and Terri Weeks, this guide provides detailed information on nearly 90 different kid-friendly destinations, all within a two hour drive of Cincinnati. Keeping parents in mind, this guide provides essential information such as stroller-friendliness, age recommendations and practical advice. With this guide to Cincinnati, most of the planning is done for you: you simply need to pack up the car and go!
Day Trips from Cincinnati: Getaway Ideas for the Local Traveler
Sacha DeVroomen and Felix Winternitz have really outdone themselves with the eighth edition of this popular guide to Cincinnati. Geared towards those that wake up one morning aching for a spontaneous adventure, Day Trips lists hundreds of exciting things to do, see and discover, often without purchasing anything other than gas. For visitors, this guide can be a great way to explore the true spirit of Cincinnati outside of tourist destinations. For Cincinnatians, Day Trips can help you discover what’s hiding in your own backyard. From the best road stands to medieval dungeons and renaissance fairs, there is something for everyone!
Cincinnati Haunted Handbook
Ever wonder where all the ghosts hang out in Cincinnati? Jeff Morris has complied all of the top haunted spots in the Queen City. From haunted bridges to full-blown, ghost infested buildings, this detailed guide provides directions, historical information and timelines of paranormal activity. And for many spots, Halloween isn’t the best time to go: Morris gives details on the best way to see paranormal activity in person depending on the location. Visit if you dare!