The Cincinnati region is rich with experiences for group visitors. The city is located at about the mid-point on the shoreline of the 981-mile-long Ohio River. See the Ohio River in style with BB Riverboats. Hear about freedom’s heroes at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Walk down memory lane at a sign museum. Taste some Cincinnati-style chili and Graeter’s ice cream.

“Cincinnati’s history, geography and architecture offer a unique intersection of time and place,” said Julie Calvert, president & CEO of Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau. “An inspired past is juxtaposed with an innovative future, giving visitors a rich, moving and memorable experience.”

Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau


National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Credit: Farshid Assassi

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center shares the stories of freedom’s heroes, from the era of the Underground Railroad to current times, challenging and inspiring all visitors. In accordance with state recommendations, the center is not booking groups over 10 people at this time.


Cincinnati Museum Center
Credit: Robert Webber

Explore the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, an art deco masterpiece train station. Organizations in the award-winning center include the Cincinnati History Museum, Museum of Natural History & Science and Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX® Theater. Contact the center for updates on group visit reservations.


American Sign Museum
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Visit American Sign Museum, the largest public museum in the country dedicated to signs. A tour of the signage spans a 100-year journey through America’s signage history, from goldleaf glass to neon. Guided tours are temporarily cancelled due to social distancing requirements.


Belle of Cincinnati
Credit: BB Riverboats

Connect with the history of the Ohio River by boarding the Belle of Cincinnati or the River Queen, the vessels of BB Riverboats. Groups are treated to panoramic views of the downtown and a trip down the Ohio River and back. Dining and sightseeing options are available for motorcoach tours.