Arts and History
In Campbell County
Wiedemann Hill Mansion: Designed by Samuel Hannaford in 1894, the historic home offers 180 degree views of Newport, Mount Adams, and the Cincinnati skyline.
World Peace Bell Center: The largest free-swinging bell in the world.
Gangsters, Gamblers and Girls- Newport Historic Walking Tour: Prior to Las Vegas, there was Newport, Kentucky.
Campbell County Log Cabin Museum: Located in historic Grant’s Lick, the Log Cabin Museum showcases Campbell County’s agricultural history, and features 2 log cabins, 40 pieces of horse-drawn farm equipment, antique tractors, windmills, and farm tools.
Within 10 miles of Campbell County
Cincinnati Art Museum: The Museum features over 60,000 works spanning 6,000 years.
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal: Inside the historic Union Terminal building, the Center is an award-winning complex of distinct museums and attractions including the Cincinnati History Museum, the Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History & Science and the Lindner Family OMNIMAX Theater.
Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Museum: The Reds history museum features changing exhibits, player appearances, interactive exhibits, hall of records, memorabilia & artifacts, salute to Reds radio, and videos.
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center: The Freedom Center showcases exhibits, programs, research and interactive experiences promoting collaborative learning and dialogue, and bringing to life the importance – and relevance – of struggles for freedom around the world and throughout history.
Taft Museum of Art: The National Historic Landmark is home to an extensive art collection including European and American master paintings and Chinese porcelains.
Aronoff Center for the Arts: The Center is the state-of-the-art facility that features three performance spaces- Procter & Gamble Hall, Jarson-Kaplan Theater, and Fifth Third Bank Theater.
Cincinnati Music Hall: Built in 1878, Music Hall is home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Cincinnati Opera, and the May Festival Chorus.
The Carnegie Visual & Performing Arts Center: “The Carnegie” is the largest multidisciplinary arts venue in Northern Kentucky, and provides all-age events, educational programs and art exhibitions within five art galleries, a renovated turn-of-the-century theatre and education center.