Title: 100 Things to Do in Cincinnati Before You Die, Third Edition
Author: Rick Pender
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Cincinnati has intrigued adventurous souls since 1788 when it became the first gateway to America’s western frontier. The beautiful Ohio River valley enticed immigrants from 19th-century Germany, and their entrepreneurial spirit is still evident two centuries later. This third edition of 100 Things to Do in Cincinnati Before You Die is an up-to-date guide to exploring all the Tristate has to offer, with numerous new choices for both visitors and longtime residents to experience.
The region’s European influences are reflected by a bounty of food and drink to be enjoyed at an authentic tavern, a subterranean cocktail lounge, a Belgian bistro, and tasty Cajun fare. The rich arts community continues to flourish with renovations to the historic Cincinnati Music Hall and new stages for the award-winning Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. Gorgeous parks can be found throughout the region, and Findlay Market, one of America’s most admired public markets, is a must-visit destination.
Local author and tour guide Rick Pender provides fresh reminders of why longtime residents love it here, and it’s a destination that never fails to surprise tourists. With this book as your guide, and many means of transportation available, Cincinnati awaits your exploration.
100 Things to Do in Cincinnati Before You Die, by Rick Pender This wide-ranging to-do list, now in its third edition, hits all the Cincinnati highlights you can think of – Findlay Market! Graeter’s! Chili! – but also directs you to
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Author and tour guide Rick Pender has written a book called 100 Things To Do In Cincinnati Before You Die and he is confident new tourists will love the place. He says: “With history and professional sports, arts and culture, a
Do you live in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area or plan to visit sometime soon? Unsure of what do to in/around town? If you are from this area, you have undoubtedly done some of the more commercial things like the