Cincinnati Museum Center is actually a multidestination complex containing several Cincinnati museums in a single location. This National Historic Landmark resides at Union Terminal, an art deco train station that still operates to this day. Beyond Amtrak trips, visitors find Cincinnati attractions, including the Cincinnati History Museum, the Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History & Science, and more. While you could easily spend multiple days just here, museum goers should head out and explore other things to do in Cincinnati. Six-thousand years' worth of artwork resides within the Cincinnati Art Museum, located up in the hills of Eden Park. The city is also home to more obscure destinations, including the American Sign Museum and its glowing McDonald’s sign from 1963.