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Newport, KY 41071
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While you are biking around on a surrey, bicycle, or specialty cycle you can see world famous attractions, beautiful gardens, tourist destinations, sports stadiums, and more.
The Ohio River is one of the largest rivers in the country and it stretches across almost 981 miles (1578.76 km). It passes through several cities and states on its way from Pennsylvania to Illinois and a series of dams built across it has caused an increase in its depth. Throughout history the river has played an important role, from being a fur trading route to being part of the underground railroad, helping slaves escape to the North. The Ohio is truly one of the mighty American rivers.
Commonly known as the Purple People Bridge, because of its color, this structure stretches 2670 feet (813 meters) across the Ohio River. Opened in 1872, this Truss bridge serves its purpose to pedestrians and bicyclers. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Newport Aquarium is a great place to explore some of the most diverse species of the aqua world. There are 70 exhibits and 14 galleries all covering various kinds of fish and aquatic flora. You can also find here entertainment shows and other activities.
Mount Adams is a neighborhood in Cincinnati. It is tucked between the Eden Park and a number of residential complexes. Famous tourist attractions here include the Cincinnati Art Museum, Pilgrim Chapel and more.
The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Newport, Kentucky. The church building was constructed in 1871 by J. R. Neff and featured Gothic Revival style architectural details. The stone structure also features a steeple and an arched entryway. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
Whether you're a nature lover or a gardening enthusiast,you will love this place. The Krohn Conservatory is a beautiful facility where innumerable species of plants from all around the world are on display. Established in 1933, it was built by replacing the smaller greenhouses which occupied the Eden Park previously. The conservatory has many programs and activities to entertain and educate visitors.
The Elsinore Arch also said to be the Elsincore Castle that reflects in it's appearance is inspired from Hamlet. This building was constructed for the Cincinnati water works. The Cincinnati hosts the Shakespearean Dramatic Festival at the Music Hall, featuring Hamlet which is a main highlight of the festival.
The Episcopal Cathedral Church is located on Fourth Street, in Downtown Cincinnati. The beautiful Gothic Revival structure that we see today was completed in 1907, on the site of an even older church. Designed by David Briggs Maxwell, it is considered one of the most influential churches in the city. Christ Church Cathedral still offers regular service along with a wide range of cultural events and programs and stands true its rich history of serving the community for more than 200 years. Rededicated in late 1990s, the cathedral boasts of a friendly, welcoming and vibrant congregation.
The Cincinnati Times-Star Building is located at Cincinnati, Ohio. This historic building was built in the year 1933 C.E. The building was designed by the firm of Samuel Hannaford & Sons in the Art Deco Style of architecture. It is made of limestone had is 16 story high. It was listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places on November 25, 1983.
The renowned Eden Park Standpipe is a historic standpipe located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The ornate significant standpipe stands stern on the high ground of Eden Park. Constructed in 1894, it has adapted the Romanesque Revival style of architecture. The distinguished castle shaped water tower is presently utilized as a communications facility by the City.
Established in 1835, this membership library is Cincinnati's oldest library and one of the oldest cultural institutions in the Midwest. The Mercantile Library, affiliated with the Membership Libraries Group, offers general selections with an emphasis on Cincinnati and Ohio.