Season Opener: Spring in Cincinnati
Trip guide: What to do
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal This old depot houses four amazing attractions: the Museum of Natural History and Science, the Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Cincinnati History Museum and an Omnimax. See Midwest Living's reviews of the Museum of Natural History and Science, the Duke Energy Children's Museum and the Cincinnati History Museum. (513) 287-7000; cincymuseum.org
Cincinnati Reds Opening Day tickets go fast; if you can't find them at reds.com, try stubhub.com. Even if you're not a Reds fan, it's still worth the $10 to tour the Hall of Fame. See Midwest Living's review. (513) 765-7923; reds.com
Eden Park Follow the steep hill to its peak and drink in views of the Ohio River. (513) 352-4080; cincinnatiparks.com
Findlay Market Treat yourself to some of the specialty food stalls serving diverse dishes. You'll find Belgian waffles, an organic takeout spot, old-fashioned meat counters and more. (513) 665-4839; findlaymarket.org
Taft Museum of Art Located in a home that belonged to President Taft's brother, this impressive collection includes sacred pieces, a Rembrandt and more. The cafe is a lovely place to lunch, especially when you can sit on the patio. See Midwest Living's review. (513) 241-0343; taftmuseum.org
Pictured: Built in 1933, Union Terminal's soaring Art Deco lobby welcomes visitors to the three museums inside.