Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Road Trip: Cincinnati Museum Center's Heritage Program Tours

If you are a fan of Cincinnati history - then there's something you need to know about! The Cincinnati Museum Center has a Heritage Program!

Photo Courtesy of CincyMuseum.org
The schedule for 2014 just came out and some of the programs are already full! These go quickly - so I recommend checking out the schedule now and getting yours spots.

I'm going to be going on the Treasures of the Queen City tour April 12 - we'll be exploring the Geier Collections & Research Center. This is a rare opportunity to see items that are never open to the public such as Civil War artifacts from General Lytle (yeah - as in Lytle place). 

There are a number of other programs: 

* Photo Opportunity at Union Terminal - get to see areas not generally open to the public
* Roebling Suspension Bridge - learn about the history of the bridge and the murals along the shore
* Rookwood Pottery - tour Rookwood Pottery and learn of it's history
* Inclines & Overlooks - discover the story of Cincinnati's seven hills

...just to name a few! 

Unfortunately the Subway Walk & Talk is already sold out! :-( But the others will soon follow - so be sure and make your reservations today. Enjoy learning about our Queen City!







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