Fun Things to Do this Summer in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

Cincinnati and Ohio River
Looking for things to do this summer? Here is our list of fun activities in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky:

Take a Segway Tour
For Cincinnati tours, go here; For Dayton, Ohio tours, go here.

Try Zip Lining at Camp Kern
Say weeee as you glide through the air.

Eat one of America’s Best Hotdogs at the Senate
It’s not your normal hotdog at the Senate. It’s a hotdog extraordinaire!

Swim at Sunlite Pool at Coney Island
This pool is the largest, flat-surface pool in North America.

Explore Lunken Airport
Enjoy watching plans take off and land!

Take a Walking Tour
There are tours in Northern Kentucky and downtown Cincinnati. Read more here.

Experience the Rabbit Hash General Store
This general store has been operating since 1831 and will take you back in time.

Take a ferry ride with Anderson Ferry
Enjoy the Ohio River via a ferry ride!

Ride the Pedal Wagon
A bike built for 15 people! You can take a tavern cruise, tailgate cruise before a Reds game, or even book your own party.

View the Floodwall Murals in Covington
There are 17 murals depicting local history

Go to an Outdoor Movie Theater
There are 3 area outdoor theaters in our region. Read more here.

See the Carroll Chimes Bell Tower at the MainStrasse Village
Enjoy an on the hour animated musical show and shop in the village.

Take a Ducks Tour
This is so much fun. Ride on land and then splash into the Ohio River all while learning about the area.

See the only ventriloquism museum in the world
The Vent Haven Museum is open by appointment.

Tour Mammoth Cave
Mammoth Cave National Park is a car ride away to explore the world’s longest known cave system with more than 400 miles explored.

Enjoy the American Sign Museum
This is a fun museum to visit and see all kinds of signs. Visit the neon shop, where works create neon signs right before your eyes.

Watch the stars from the Cincinnati Observatory
The observatory was built in the 1800s and is still operational. It is home to the oldest public telescope in the US.

Shop at Findlay Market
Open Tuesday – Sunday, this market has produce, meats, flowers, delis, spices, bakeries and so much more!

Cruise on BB Riverboats
There are all kinds of cruises and themes to enjoy while dining on the Ohio River and enjoying the views.

Go Canoeing at Morgans Canoe
Go for a day trip or camp out for the weekend.

View all of the ArtWorks Murals

Enjoy a meal at Cincinnati’s Oldest Bar – Arnold’s

Go biking along the Loveland Bike Trail

A Sign of the Times in Northside Cincinnati Revitalization


The American Sign Museum located in Northside Cincinnati was awarded a $200,000 grant for a CoSign Project in collaboration with the Carol Ann and Ralph V Haile Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation.

The CoSign Project involves artisans, sign makers and small businesses in Northside who learned about creating proper signage and in turn constructed new signs for some of the area’s businesses. The $200,000 grant will allow the project to offer the same type of sign collaboration to other communities. 

These new signs are adding to the charming ambiance to the Northside business district.

Read about the CoSign Project here.

It's A Sign! Visit the American Sign Museum!

We love signs at Sibcy Cline and have thousands of them posted in yards throughout our area. They are such an important part of our business, promoting our listed properties.

Our signs have evolved throughout the years from the Sibcy sign with the simple version of the lantern to our red and black Sibcy Cline For Sales signs of today that feature QR Codes.

Signs of the bygone years have a certain nostalgic quality to them and can evoke positive childhood memories. At the American Sign Museum, you’ll see Big Boy, Holiday Inn, Hudepohl, Dutch Boy Donuts…and so many more signs.

The American Sign Museum Cincinnati from on Vimeo.

Visit the American Sign Museum in Camp Washington starting on June 23, 2012!

1300 Monmouth Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45225

Wednesday – Saturyday: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 12pm -4pm
Admission charge