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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
    The 90-minute walking tour will begin at MiCa 12V and weave through the streets of the Gateway District on an exploratory trail through Cincinnati's historic past. You'll visit the sites of former saloons, bars, and beer gardens; pass stages once graced by the likes of Charlie Chaplin and 19th-century gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok; and travel underground to view secret burial grounds and subsurface former brewery tunnels. Throughout the adventure, Queen City Underground’s ebullient and knowledgeable tour guides will regale you with historical anecdotes and colorful tales of the city's former residents (including tyrannical political boss George "Boss" Cox), and why the city was once known as the Paris of the United States.
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    620 Greenup St
    Covington, KY US
  • Pedal Wagon
    An unmistakable sight on the streets of Columbus, the Pedal Wagon is a pedal-powered party on the go, transporting up to 15 happy passengers all over town?and making plenty of stops at local watering holes. The High Street Shuffle cruises through Columbus's Short North in search of discounted drinks and new friends. Other tours include the Blue Jackets Brew Cruise, Buckeye Saturday Stumble, College Night, and Polar Bear Express. Click here to check out the FAQ page.
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    106 Vine St
    Columbus, OH US
  • The Chambers of Horror
    The twisted minds behind The Chambers of Horror know that terror comes in a different form for every person?yet every brave soul who makes it through the nearly half-hour haunt is sure to find their personal definition. Plunging each group into relative isolation, the Chambers serve up 30 detailed horrorscapes enlivened by 25 soundtracks. While guests may feel like they're alone, since they're separated from other groups and their security blankets, they never really are. Ghastly and gruesome beasts lurk around every corner, scaring people of all ages as they have for the past 30 years.
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    1601 South University Boulevard
    Middletown, OH US
  • Slash Moraine
    As autumn winds sweep over the pools of the Splash Moraine water park, the summer crowds flee from the coming of Slash Moraine—a terrifying yearly event that transforms the park's beaches into haunted swamps. Live actors garbed in gruesome attire prowl the abandoned grounds searching for groups to scare under the flashing strobe lights as macabre scenes of ghouls, ghosts, and foul play further play to humans' natural fear of pageantry.
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    3800 Main St.
    Moraine, OH US
  • Niederman Family Farm
    Niederman Family Farm?s 210 acres bustle with activity throughout the year, allowing the visiting public to witness the day-to-day business of a working farm as well as participate in seasonal farm activities. As visitors wander the grounds on spring tours or rumble through the pumpkin patch on fall hayrides, they?re often greeted by farm animals frolicking in the rural habitat. A barn originally built in the 1890s and restored with modern trim hosts indoor gatherings. Outside, a large bonfire pit warms onlookers during cool evenings as they roast marshmallows and tell ghost stories about the time they couldn?t figure out who rewound Ghost. On Saturdays and Sundays, the farm becomes a paint war zone as quarreling factions do battle on the paintball field. The farm also offers a more leisurely stay in the form of Gregory Creek Inn?s two suites, which come with private seclusion, a queen-size bed, and the opportunity to count actual sheep while falling asleep.
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    5110 Lesourdsville West Chester Rd
    Hamilton, OH US
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