One of the things we love about living in the Greater Cincinnati Area is our occasional visits to Great American Ballpark to see the Reds play. Regardless of how the team is doing, it’s a fun outing for our family. Thanks to our daughters’ good grades, we got some free tickets for last night’s game against the Astros. Although there was a rally in the 9th with back to back homeruns, the Reds lost to the Astros in this series opener 6-4. But we have a beautiful stadium within 20-minutes of where we live on the eastside of Cincinnati and will certainly enjoy many more MLB games in the future.
Some of the other attractions we love in Cincinnati include: the Cincinnati Zoo, Newport Aquarium, Kings Island, Museum Center & Imax, Freedom Center, along with many great parks, rivers, and trails in the area. If you’re interested in visiting Cincinnati, here’s a great site with all kinds of great destinations in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern KY area.
Of course, the University of Cincinnati is a great destination as well. I hang out at the Edge House mentoring, discipling, and caffeinating college students throughout the week. Whether you want to watch a Bearcat athletic event, take in a production at the College-Conservatory of Music, or just walk around a beautiful campus…UC is another great reason to visit Cincinnati.