Tours in Finneytown


$35 for a Segways at Sunset Tour from Cincinnati Bike Center ($60 Value)

Cincinnati Bike Center

Smale Riverfront Park

Guided tours showcase Cincinnati sights while segway riders enjoy sunset views

$60 $35

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Historic Brewery Tour for Two or Four from Over The Rhine Brewery District (Up to 58% Off)

Over The Rhine Brewery District

Multiple Locations

Along the route, see pre-Prohibition breweries and cellars deep below the city while learning about the city’s brewing culture over time

$40 $18

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Food Tasting with Cheese Platter and Souvenir Glasses for Two, Four, Six at Baker-Bird Winery (Up to 52% Off)

Baker-Bird Winery

Baker-Bird Winery

Food tasting at 150-year-old antebellum winery with souvenir logo wine glasses, cheese, chocolates, and rum cake

$30 $15

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$14 to Take Part in "Trapped in a Room with a Zombie" from Room Escape Adventures ($28 Value)

Room Escape Adventures

The Web

Work with teammates to solve clues and find the key that opens the escape door before being grabbed by a zombie chained in the corner

$28 $14

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Distillery Tour Package with Souvenir Shot Glasses for Two or Four at Bear Wallow Distillery (36%Off)

Bear Wallow Distillery

Bear Wallow Distillery

Learn about the whiskey-making process in distillery that uses only local grains to make their signature spirits

$22 $14

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Winery Tour, Tasting, and Souvenir Glasses for 2, 4, or 8 at Horseshoe Bend Vineyards and Winery (Up to 55% Off)

Horseshoe Bend Vineyards and Winery

Horseshoe Bend Vineyards and Winery

Tour a small winery and sample its varietals, including Cabernet Franc/Carmenere and Pimpin Penguins Riesling

$25 $13

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90-Minute Walking Ghost Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Louisville Ghost Walks (Up to 59% Off)

Louisville Ghost Walks

Louisville Ghost Walks

Friday-night walking ghost tours explore Louisville’s haunted halls such as hotels, theaters, and old historic homes

$30 $14

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Admission for Two, Four, or a Family of Five at Riverside, the Farnsley-Moreman Landing (Up to 42% Off)

Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing

Southwest Louisville

Explore a historic farm site on the Ohio River with a 1837 farm house, 19th century kitchen, gardens, and historic archaeological artifacts

$12 $7

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Distillery Tour and Tasting Package for Two, Four, or Eight at Starlight Distillery (Up to 54% Off)

Starlight Distillery

Borden

Learn about the still and fermentation process during a distillery tour, then sample different spirits along with an artisanal pizza

$54 $25

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  • Cincinnati Ballet
    Founded in 1963 at a local YMCA, the Cincinnati Ballet grew into a major regional company by adhering to its mission to express the human experience through dance. Today, it continues upholding that vision by housing resident artists who entertain audiences with dance performances of both classic and original work. Beyond supporting local audiences and their right to clap, the Cincinnati Ballet also seeks to nurture artists through the Otto M. Budig Academy. There, a professional faculty trains aspiring performers at all skill levels. These training opportunities are supplemented by outreach programs such as CincyDance!, which provides free training and dance attire to children.
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    1241 Elm Street
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • 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 seasonal Spirit of Christmas Tours and Newport is Haunted Tours held around Halloween.
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    620 Greenup St
    Covington, KY US
  • Beyond Boundaries Travel
    Seventeenth-century Mughal emperor Shah Jahan had the Taj Mahal built as a mausoleum for his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It took 20,000 laborers and 17 years to complete. And it’s been one of the world’s great architectural marvels ever since. Though the Taj Mahal is probably the most famous site in India—and definitely the most photographed—it’s just the beginning of what there is to see in the world’s second most populous country. There are mosques and Hindu temples, quiet villages and teeming cities, cutting-edge modernity and ancient traditions. In both of these two tours from Beyond Boundaries Travel, an English-speaking guide leads travelers thorough Dehli, the “Pink City” of Jaipur, and the deserted sandstone city of Fatehpur Sikri.The trips have similar itineraries, but differ slightly on day 5. Click here to view the full seven-day April and May trip itinerary. Click here to view the full six-day September trip itinerary. Day 1: Upon arrival in Delhi, travelers settle into their luxe accommodations at the Trident Gurgaon. Two onsite bars and three restaurants serving fare from India and around the world should help you recover from the long flight.Day 2: Spend the morning in Old Delhi, where elaborate mosques stand beside makeshift shopping stalls and rickshaws whizz by. In the afternoon, a trip to New Delhi includes stops at Humanyun’s tomb and the 210-foot high Qutub Minar, built in the 12th century. Dinner is served on the lawns of the Sanskriti Museum after a walk through the Museum of Everyday Art.Day 3: After breakfast at the hotel, board the motorcoach for a scenic five-hour drive to Agra. The Taj Mahal is, of course, the main attraction, but the city is also home to Agra Fort, a red sandstone fortress surrounded by high walls and a moat. Overnight accommodations are provided by the Trident Agra.Day 4: A one-hour ride brings you to Fatehpur Sikri, the deserted sandstone city. In 1585, English traveler Ralph Fitch described this former metropolis as “larger than London and more populous.” Today, it’s a ghost town: the palaces, mosques, and public buildings here are all empty except for tourists appreciating the craftsmanship and diversity of the architecture. Day 5 (April/May tour only): Guests enjoy one morning and one evening game drive through the Ranthambore National Park, one of India’s largest protected wildlife refuges. The land was once the private hunting area of the Maharajas of Jaipur, but today it’s a prime spot for snapping photos of Bengal tigers, recognized by scientists as the most photogenic big cats thanks to their slimming vertical stripes.Day 5 (September tour); Day 6 (April/May tour): The day begins with breakfast and a three-hour drive to Jaipur, often called “The Pink City” because most of its buildings are made of rose-colored sandstone. The tour pays a visit to Hawa Mahal, a five-story palace with more than 950 tiny windows carved from intricate lattice work, and the Jantar Mantar, an 18th-century astronomical observation site where huge stone instruments were used to track the movements of the stars and planets. With its many bazaars, Jaipur is a haven for collectors and crafters, who can find traditional cloth prints, jewelry, and enameling work known as meenakari. Day 6 (September tour); Day 7 (April/May tour): In the morning, the motorcoach leaves for Amber, an 11th-century fort and palace complex known for its marriage of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles. The day ends with a quick flight from Jaipur to Delhi to connect with international flights.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
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    Kings Mills Hotel
    Inverness, GB
  • B & G Excellent Adventures
    The three-night Big Game package catapults fans into a football frenzy with pregame events, overnight sleeping quarters, and game-day views of every crucial play, crushing hit, and halftime high note. Guests can tackle pregame jitters and pillows at the Clarion Hotel or Comfort Inn, both of which boast access to indoor pools, hot breakfasts, high-speed Internet, and long, carpeted hallways fit for agility-based combine training. Also before kickoff, an immersive fan event whets gridiron appetites with autograph sessions, kids' football clinics, interactive displays, and one of the largest known football memorabilia shows on earth.
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    2122 Holiday Lane
    Franklin, IN US
  • Over The Rhine Brewery District
    The nearly 50 brewery buildings that make up Cincinnati's Brewery District range from Romanesque works of art to impressive brick industrial spaces. Many have stood on the same spots since long before Prohibition, outlasting neighboring structures that fell to the wrecking ball. If those buildings had faces, they'd use them to thank the Brewery District's redevelopment group. The band of residents, business owners, and developers helps protect and promote the rich history of this former German cultural hub and epicenter of the Cincinnati brewing industry. As part of a long-term plan to redevelop the area, the organization welcomes visitors into diverse events such as seasonal beer festivals and a pop-up beer garden at the Findlay Market. But the most popular gatherings are the brewery tours that stop at pre-Prohibition breweries and explore the historic, secret barrel-transportation tunnels that run 40 feet below street level and directly into local refrigerators. The nonprofit organization's key initiative is to create a world-class urban heritage trail in the district. The 2.3-mile trail will lead visitors through the Over The Rhine, Pendleton, and Downtown neighborhoods and will feature both physical and virtual installations, as well as guided tours.
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    1621 Moore Street
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • American Sign Museum
    During a self-proclaimed midlife crisis, Tod Swormstedt became the voice for some silent witnesses to American history: signs. The former editor and publisher of Signs of the Times magazine was more than familiar with the subject, and he wanted to give this particular slice of Americana a permanent tribute. He opened American Sign Museum in 1999 and filled it with nearly 4,000 books, photos, and, of course, lots and lots of signs. Size: more than 19,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space (with 20,000 more on the way), featuring 28-foot ceilings for larger signs Eye Catcher: a glowing McDonald's sign from 1963?six years before NASA landed a cheeseburger on the moon Permanent Mainstay: the neon and hand-painted signs of Main Street, which recreates storefronts from decades past Hidden Gem: the grizzly-looking sign from bygone supermarket chain Big Bear?which someone discovered while mowing grass Don't Miss: the neon shop, open weekdays, where workers create new signs and chat with visitors From the Press: For a glance inside the museum, check out the many video interviews here.
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    2515 Essex Place
    Cincinnati, OH US

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