$20 for a Queen City Underground Walking Tour for Two from American Legacy Tours ($40 Value)

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Walking tour winds through city streets full of historic landmarks and descends below ground to explore burial vault and hidden tunnels

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Even though it'd be nice to find a man who is willing to push you around in a stroller for little to no money, you can get around a city simply by walking. Get out there with this Groupon.

$20 for a Queen City Underground Walking Tour for Two ($40 value)

Led by knowledgeable guides, the two-hour tour weaves through the streets of Cincinnati as guests visit historic buildings home to a litany of saloons and iconic theaters before descending below ground to explore hidden tunnels and a burial vault. Learn more about the tour and check departure time here.

American Legacy Tours

Initially designed as a temporary tour and fundraiser for student travel, American Legacy Tours began humbly as the Newport Gangster Tour in 2008. When met with overwhelming success, the friends who had embarked on what they thought was a temporary project decided to take root and expand, creating American Legacy Tours in 2010.

Their first order of business as an official company was to introduce the Queen City Underground Tour, an exploration of the city's underground tunnels and history as a rabbit village. Today, a cadre of educated guides leads 10 different area walking tours, including Civil War in Cincinnati and Newport is Haunted, one of several ghost-themed tours held around Halloween. There are also art-focused excursions, such as the Rookwood Pottery Factory tour.

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