The snow has passed and warm weather is finally here. Spring is in the air! There are many activities you can enjoy around Greater Cincinnati on the sunny, or even rainy, days to come. Start exploring the city and all it has to offer before summer even begins.
- Cincinnati and its surrounding area has a bunch of parks and trails to take advantage of. Read our 10 top parks to visit within 2 hours of Cincinnati to learn more.
- Play a round of mini golf at the Fairfield Fun Center, then pick up a treat from Jungle Jim’s supermarket right down the street.
- Spend a day at Findlay Market to support local businesses. Try a delicious waffle from Taste of Belgium or a new flavor of ice cream at Dojo Gelato. Better yet, pick up some spring flowers at Gia and the Blooms!
- Visit Cincinnati's rooftop restaurants while the weather allows it. Top of the Park's Rooftop bar is open seasonally and offers tapas until 10pm. The View at Shire's Garden also has a great view of the city, along with a wide variety of food and drinks.
- Get adventurous at First Farm Inn by riding a horse! Schedule a scenic two hours with a horse just 20 minutes south of downtown Cincinnati in Petersburg, Kentucky.
- Catch one of Cincinnati’s brewery tours, like Craft Connection, to experience all the fine beer the city has to offer from places like Braxton and Rhinegeist.
- Museums have implemented COVID-19 protocols and are opening back up. For an educational day with your family, explore the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal or visit the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
- What better spring activity than visiting a historical garden? Embrace everything nature has to offer by volunteering at or visiting Civic Garden Center on Reading Road.
- Newport on the Levee is getting an upgrade! Support over 10 new local businesses in the new Exchange Market or attend one of the weekly events like "Trivia Night on the Levee" at Bridgeview Box Park.
- Still looking for a spring break destination? Check out 10 road trips within 3 hours of Cincinnati for suggestions on places to go and activities to do for the whole weekend.
- Baseball starts back up April 1st. The stadium may not allow full capacity yet, but you can still find a game to cheer on the Reds at the Great American Ball Park. While there, be sure to check out Cincinnati Bell's Fioptics District.
Whether with your friends, family, or pets- try out these activities during springtime and comment below your favorites! This guide is one of many provided on the Cincinnati Bell Blog. Subscribe to your hometown provider's blog now to be automatically entered to win Reds game tickets in the Fioptics District.