- Our list of the best things to do in Covington, Kentucky, features the top 171 nearby activities — including 62 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Covington, KY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 22 things to do within the city of Covington, KY , followed by 149 popular activities in nearby cities, including Cincinnati, Newport, West Chester, Hamilton, Florence, Mason, Fairfield, Lawrenceburg, Rising Sun, Springfield and Guernsey
A 4,300-seat outdoor amphitheater, Fraze pavilion was christened in 1991 and has been hosting top name entertainment ever since. Visitors can walk around the grounds and enjoy the fountains and sculptures before enjoying the show.
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Visitors can take a peak at the ongoing archaeological research at the SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park. The park contains a replica Native American village where visitors can experience an authentic pow wow with dancing and singing.
A gymnastics and cheerleading training school, Kokomo Flipsters offers classes for kids of all ages, from toddlers through teenagers. Classes include recreational and competitive gymnastics, recreational and competitive cheerleading, and tumble bears class for the smallest children.
Kettering Recreation Complex is 152,000 square feet and offers over a thousand programs each year including swimming, ice skating, fitness, gardening, self-defense and even etiquette. It includes a water park, ice arena, gym, indoor pool and senior center.
Part of the popular stand up club franchise, the Dayton Funny Bone Comedy Club features a variety of stand up styles on a regular basis throughout the month. Food and drinks are served on an a la carte basis unless the guest purchases a dinner show package ticket.
Covering 65 acres, the Carillon Historical Park is dedicated especially to the history of the area and the history of technology. Among the exhibits, there is the first practical airplane built in 1905, as well as the first automobile self-starter.
Founded in 1843, the Woodland Cemetery & Arboretum covers 200 acres and has 100,000 monuments which guard the eternal sleep of its residents. The arboretum has more than 3,000 trees, many of them older than a century.