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Living in a retirement community near Cincinnati means being able to enjoy everything the city has to offer. As one of Ohio’s major metropolitan areas, and considered by many to be the first major “American” city because of its inception following the Civil War, Cincinnati is an area teeming with history and culture.
If you’re looking to get the most out of your Cincinnati independent living, be sure to experience these 50 great local attractions and hotspots seniors will love.
With so much available for tourists and locals alike, it can be difficult to know where to start for Cincinnati entertainment. Below you’ll find a list of great sports venues, charming theatres, and other fun attractions the whole family can enjoy.
- Cincinnati Music Hall
- Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
- Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
- Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals
- Great American Ball Park, home of the Cincinnati Reds
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
- Kenwood Towne Centre
- Horseshoe Casino
- Coney Island Fun Park
- Kings Island Amusement Park
Known as a “foodie city,” Cincinnati offers a lot of delectable treats for its hungry guests. From steakhouses to gastropubs to diners serving Midwestern favorites, restaurant-hunting in the Queen City means you’ll always find something that agrees with any palate.
- Eli’s BBQ
- Nicola’s Ristorante
- Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse
- The Precinct
- Orchids at Palm Court
- Jean-Robert’s Table
- The Eagle Food and Beer Hall
- Buona Terra
- Taft’s Ale House
- Cuban Pete Sandwiches
- Original Pancake House
Plenty to Learn
By choosing senior housing near Cincinnati, you’re getting a chance to be where the action is. In addition to all of the great entertainment activities listed above, the city also boasts numerous arts centers, museums and historic sites with fascinating exhibits.
Whether you’re an art lover, a history buff, or a fan of the sciences, you’ll find plenty to learn and explore while in Cincinnati.
- Weston Art Gallery
- Essex Studios Art Walk
- Contemporary Arts Center
- Cincinnati Art Museum
- Pendleton Art Center
- Taft Museum of Art
- American Sign Museum
- Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
- Fire Museum of Greater Cincinnati
- Greater Cincinnati Police Historical Society Museum
- William Howard Taft National Historic Site
- Historic Anderson Ferry
- National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
- Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum
- Museum of Natural History & Science
- Drake Planetarium & Science Center
- Cincinnati Observatory
Finally, after a busy day, week or month spent taking in all of the great Cincinnati attractions, you’ll probably want to rest and relax. Luckily, that’s easy to do with all of the area’s beautiful parks and preserves!
- Smale Riverfront Park
- Winton Woods Park
- Washington Park
- Spring Grove Arboretum
- Lytle Park
- Alms Park
- Mount Airy Forest
- Krohn Conservatory
- Caldwell Nature Preserve
Start Exploring Today!
It’s easy to see how much Cincinnati offers for senior independent living. So if you’re ready to get out and enjoy yourself, be sure to contact Bristol Village today.
We’re dedicated to standing out from other retirement communities near Cincinnati, so to find out what makes us the right choice for you, connect with one of our representatives.We look forward to hearing from you!