- Our list of the best things to do in Centerville, Ohio, features the top 128 nearby activities — including 52 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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The Baker-Hunt Foundation endows the Baker-Hunt Art and Cultural Center, which offers classes in a variety of artistic endeavors including painting, drawing, cartooning and manga drawing, clay, and pottery. The facility also offers dance and yoga classes.
The Riverbend Music Center is an outdoor performance amphitheater located near Coney Island and the Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center. The location, which has a capacity of 20,500, is the permanent home of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra during the summer months.
Filled with life-sized fossils of dinosaurs and animals, Joseph Moore Museum offers a variety of exhibits that highlight the field of paleontology. The museum has a planetarium where visitors can learn about constellations and watch movies about space.
Through its galleries, the Eva G. Farris Education Center, and the Otto M. Budig Theatre, The Carnegie seeks to provide its patrons with a multidisciplinary arts experience. It is housed in a revamped Carnegie Library built in 1904.
Featuring live entrainment, MainStrasse Village Goettafest is an outdoor walking area that hosts events like Mardi Gras and Oktoberfest. The village has several German eateries, as well as pubs and gift shops.
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Carnegie Arts Center, 1028 Scott Blvd, Covington, KY 41011 MoreLess Info
The Cincinnati World Cinema takes as its mission the education and information of the local community regarding film as art form and expression of cultural diversity. The Cinema presents a variety of films that might otherwise not be shown locally.
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1140 Madison Ave, Covington, KY 41011 MoreLess Info
While the cathedral's first brick was placed in 1894, the St Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption isn't actually finished to this day. It was constructed in the Gothic architectural style.
Joseph Moore Museum was established as a teaching collection. The stars of the collection are the Egyptian mummy, giant prehistoric mammals and the live snake collection. The paleontology department deserves a special mention. Group tours are welcome.