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How to Visit my Hometown / Cincinnati

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How to Visit my Hometown / Cincinnati

Make the most of your time when visiting this beautiful city. First place I would suggest is King's Island, it's the Midwest's largest theme park packed with more than 80 rides and attractions including a 30-acre water park. You really have to get their early because there is so much to do, you will need all day.




The Cincinnati Zoo & is one of the top five zoos in the nation; again, it's so big that you need the entire day to see all of the animals. Don't miss it!

The Krohn conservatory is an awesome attraction to see when visiting Cincinnati. The Conservatory is a showcase of more than 3,500 plant species from all over the world. One of the most entertaining events held at the Conservatory is the annual Butterfly Show. Thousands of butterflies are released to fly freely within the Conservatory; it’s really cool to see.

The city’s fireworks are a celebration anyone would love to see. Each year the event becomes bigger;

Last year's attendance was more than 400,000. It started when a rock station wanted to throw a party for itself. Tens of thousands of people showed up that first year. It is recognized as the densest display with 7,500 shells totaling 50,000 pounds going off in 30 minutes to the synchronized soundtrack.

Another great place to see in Cincinnati is the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. It stands as the nation's newest monument to freedom. Bicentennial Commons is a beautiful place to visit and hang out all day. Bicentennial Commons offers public recreational facilities in the city with a pavilion that hosts free summer concerts. I'm just giving you a few examples of places to visit in Cincinnati; there is so much more to explore while you are here. Hope to see you here sometime!!

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marie09 said:

May 13, 2009
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