- TripBuzz discovered 74 different types of activities for couples in the Cincinnati area, including Parks (like Eden Park), Theaters (like Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra), Sports Facilities/Fields (like Great American Ball Park) and Water Parks (like Coney Island), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 137 date ideas in or near Cincinnati, Ohio, including 109 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newport, Covington, Hamilton and West Chester.
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Between East Fifth and East Sixth Streets, Dayton, OH MoreLess Info
The historical city, also known as the Oregon District, exhibits monuments of architecture dating back to the beginning of the 19th century, when the city was founded. In here there are found galleries, coffee houses, shops, and nightclubs, among others.
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208 W Monument Ave, Dayton, OH 45402 MoreLess Info
Dayton International Peace Museum is one of the few community-based institutions with a focus on peace. They provide educational programs and exhibits that are non-partisan and feature themes of nonviolent conflict resolution, social justice issues, international relations and peace.
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Performance Place at the Schuster Center, Dayton, OH 45402 MoreLess Info
Conducted by longtime veteran Neil Gittelman, the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra performs a wide variety of musical programs and styles. They often partner with the Dayton Opera and Ballet companies for multigenre performances, and they offer an array of educational programs.
Dayton's Victoria Theater hosts a wide variety of high-profile performances. Attractions include Broadway productions, educational programs, musical performances, laser shows, and seasonal specials. There is also an on-site restaurant and reception and meeting spaces.
Warped Wing Brewery offers weekly tours where patrons can fully view the brewhouse and packaging line, sample pints or flights of beers and hear a history of the brewery. Their tasting room is open 5 nights a week.
Founded in 1919 and houses in a 1930 building, the Dayton Art Institute contains a collection gathered from all around the world and spanning across 5,000 years of art history. More than 1,000 items from this collection are permanently exhibited.
The National City Second Street Market is the largest and oldest operating public market in Dayton. The present location of the market is within the former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad warehouse that was built in 1911.