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      Spring Guide 2024

      Posted by Olivia G. on Apr 15, 2024 9:38:42 AM

      The frigid temperatures have passed, which means everyone is ready to spend more time outside. There are countless things to do in Cincinnati this spring. Start exploring our city and what it has to offer before the summer crowds come. 

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       Spring Bucket List

      1. Catch one of Cincinnati’s brewery tours, like Craft Connection, to experience all the fine beer the city has to offer from places like Braxton and Rhinegeist.
      2. Visit one of Hamilton County Great Parks and go for a hike. Even better bring a fishing pole and test your luck. 
      3. Gather the kids and grab tickets to the Cincinnati Zoo to make a visit to the hippos & giraffes. 
      4. Experience the Butler County Donut Trail and try 13 different mom-and-pop donut shops to fill the donut passport. 
      5. For an educational day with your family, explore the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal or visit the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Fioptics District
      6. Cheer on Elly De La Cruz and the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ballpark. Don't forget to check out the Fioptic's District tickets.
      7. Spend a day at Findlay Market supporting local businesses. Try a delicious waffle from Taste of Belgium or a new flavor of ice cream at Dojo Gelato. Better yet, pick up some spring flowers at Gia and the Blooms!
      8. Visit the infamous Krohn Conservatory to discover the patterns that surround us in nature. 
      9. Get adventurous at First Farm Inn by riding a horse! Schedule a scenic two hours with a horse just 20 minutes south of downtown Cincinnati in Petersburg, Kentucky.
      10. If you love soccer and Cincinnati pride, take the family out to an FC Cincinnati game.

      Whether with your friends, family, or pets-try out these activities during springtime and comment below your favorites! For more guides like this, subscribe to the altafiber Blog. 


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