Welcome to Cincinnati Ohio, a progressive 3 state, 15 county region linking SW Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and SE Indiana. Cincinnati Ohio consists of ten Fortune 500 companies, and more than 300 foreign owned firms, one of the world’s best international airports, major league arts, hospitality, sports, and a revitalized urban core boasting the largest investment in riverfront development in the US.

Cincinnati Offers Arts and Entertainment.

Cincinnati USA is major league in many ways: from baseball’s first professional team, the Cincinnati Reds, to world-class health care and research.  Central downtown is surrounded by 52 city neighborhoods each with it’s own charm and flavor.  The Bengals and the Reds play their games in a riverfront stadium. Concerts, festivals, and many other events are held year round. Museum Center, the Cincinnati Zoo, Music Hall, the Planetarium, unique shopping and wonderful restaurants along with riverboat cruises are some of the many recreational activities that downtown. Connecting the sports stadiums and business districts are skywalks and walkways.

Located on the winding banks of the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati, the Great American Ball Park serves as the home of the Cincinnati Reds, baseball’s first professional franchise. The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden are among favorites for both locals and visitors.

Although praised for its innovative features and breathtaking views, Great American Ball Park also pays tribute to the Reds rich history.

In 1937, a team known as the Cincinnati Bengals was formed as a member of the American Football League. The 1937 Bengals finished with a 2-4-2 record in their first year, but the AFL folded after the season. The Bengals continued as an independent team in 1938, and in 1939 joined a new AFL, finishing in second place with a 6-2 record. But again, the league folded after the season. Once again in 1940, another new AFL emerged, and again the Bengals joined. But that AFL suffered the fate of the two AFLs before it, folding after the 1941 season as the United States entered World World II, and the Bengals folded along with it. Pro football returned to Cincinnati 26 years later in 1967 when Paul Brown headed an ownership group that landed an expansion franchise in the modern-era American Football League. Brown, a Pro Football Hall of Famer who founded and coached the Cleveland Browns from 1946-62, picked the name Bengals for the new team “to give it a link with past professional football in Cincinnati.”

Culture thrives in Cincinnati with entertainment such as Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops, Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Opera, Aaronoff Center for the Arts, Playhouse in the Park, Broadway Series, Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival, Showboat Majestic and much much more.

The region has more than 100 museums and galleries including the Cincinnati Art Museum, Taft Museum of Art, Krohn Conservatory, and Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art.

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Cincinnati Area Links:

Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors

University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati Regional Chamber

Cincinnati Parks

Cincinnati Reds

Cincinnati Bengals