Seaworthy or not, the cardboard boats at this museum have raced along the Ohio River in New Richmond's annual regatta for nearly 30 years.
Drive-in theaters are making a comeback thanks to COVID-19's social distancing protocols. Here are five theaters you should visit this summer.
The locally filmed and produced YouTube series teaches kids scientific concepts with connections to nearby, real-life science jobs.
Aren't ready to return to the gym just yet? Local fitness studios are providing creative ways to teach classes in a socially distanced manner.
Guests are required to wear masks, and safety protocols include social distancing markers, hand sanitizing stations, and capacity management.
If COIVD-19 museum closures are leaving you art-starved, Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum is one of the best options this summer.
These five Cincinnati events have been adapted for everyone’s safety, so you can enjoy the fun, festivities, and fireworks from your couch or car.
Now you can work out and appreciate art simultaneously, thanks to the Cincinnati Art Museum’s new Art Climb steps from Gilbert Avenue to the museum’s parking lot.
Reservations, low-touch exhibits, and self-guided tours are some of the measures Cincinnati-area museums and the zoo and aquarium are putting in place.
The Cincinnati Zoo remains closed, but the annual Zoo Babies event can be enjoyed virtually from the comfort of your home.