About CincinnatiOne of the most popular attractions to go check out in Cincinnati is the Cincinnati Zoo. It’s been around for over 140 years, and spreads out across 65 acres of land. To witness some more of Cincinnati’s long and detailed history, head over to the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Museum. It’s located right next to the baseball stadium. It’s a great place to check out before you see a game, or to visit after a game.
If you find that you’ve got a hankering for a snack and you’re willing to try a Cincinnati tradition, then it’s time to indulge in some Cincinnati Chili! It’s a massive bowl of piping hot spaghetti, homemade chili, and the “secret” ingredient, a heaping mountain of shredded cheddar cheese!
Legendary Run Golf Course is one of the most beloved public courses, and their biggest goal being the “World’s Friendliest Golf Course.” They offer six sets of tees, and are also a part of the Sky Caddy Network and distances and yardages are marked all throughout the course so it’s never been easier to get an accurate distance.
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