11349 Reed Hartman Hwy.
Blue Ash, OH 45241
Phone: (513) 530-5999
Fax: (513) 530-0179
11349 Reed Hartman Hwy., Blue Ash, OH, US, 45241
- Phone: (513) 530-5999
- Fax: (513) 530-0179
Gorman Heritage Farm is a 120-acre working farm and outdoor education center, which invites its visitors to explore and learn the history, methods and values of a working family farm in a natural setting. Guests are invited to spend time hiking the wooded trails, visiting the friendly animals and learning about life on a family farm.
The Elliott House is a farmhouse that is known as the core industrial area. The Eliott house featured various things on the property that helped engage in the business even at far distances. Around the house, summercamps were organised for kids and was also known as a center of education for school kids. This house is well known for it's architecture and is one of the oldest houses.
For over 100 years, Meier's has been making fine wines and it has become Ohio's oldest and largest winery. Tours of winemaking and barrel aging are available as well as a tasting room and wine shop.
Chateau Laroche, also known as the Loveland Castle, was built by Boy Scout and World War I medic, Harry D. Andrews. Andrews was known to be a medievalist, meaning he preferred sword combats over gun fire and weaponry. His castle also represents his medieval affinity, which was built with stones from the nearby Little Miami River, and molded bricks. Today, the castle is run by the Knights of the Golden Trai(KOGT), who were Harry's troop of Boy Scouts. Chateau Laroche offers tours to visitors, and is also available for private events.
Camp Dennison was a military camp of the United States Army during the Civil War era. The camp was built in 1861 and was in use till 1965. This historic camp became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
Surrender to the awe inspired at this site that is still a baffling conundrum to modern historians. Located 90 miles southwest of Columbus, this historic mound is the finest remaining example of an Indian effigy mound that slithers over a quarter mile area and is five feet high in some places. The mound is a testament to the religious and mystical nature of the ancient Native Americans and there is a tower from which the mound may be viewed, as well as a small museum that explores what is known of the original inhabitants of the region and its geological history.
One of the top five waterparks in the nation, the Beach Waterpark boasts a 750,000 gallon wavepool, over 40 rides and attractions including five-story freefall slides, sand, palmtrees, and much more.
This beautiful archaeological site, spread over 75 acres (30 hectares) of land, is the Gatch Site. Known to be the largest archaeological site of the Clermont County, the site comprises several artifacts that were found by the native Americans.
The Midwest's largest theme and water park with 364 acres packed with more than 80 rides and attractions including a 30-acre water park, WaterWorks. Ten fantastic shows entertain and delight all ages.
Home to the country's oldest public telescope, the Cincinnati Observatory Building gives patrons the chance to get just a little bit closer to the stars. Standing prominently atop Mt. Lookout, this landmark is an integral part of the city and the history of astronomy in the United States. Exhibits, public events are best viewed at night when visitors can experience the vast universe for themselves under the cover of nightfall.
This versatile park is perfect for an afternoon hike, picnic with the kids, evening stroll or large event. Ault Park in Cincinnati features a plethora of trails, lush green areas and a large pavilion with stunning views that is popular for weddings. A playground, and wooden bridge can also be found in the park.