Ready for your close up with jolly old St. Nick?
How lucky are we that Santa is making so many stops around the Queen City this year? There are many great places to visit Santa – and snap a photo or two. Check out our list of the best spots to see Santa in Cincinnati for Christmas 2023.
And remember – Santa’s visits usually vary from the days and hours of the holiday attraction he is visiting. Santa usually arrives the weekend after Thanksgiving and heads back up to the North Pole on December 23 or 24. Most holiday attractions run a week or two longer than Santa’s visit, so double check dates before heading out!
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ALL ABOARD for Cincinnati holiday train season!
Enjoying Cincinnati holiday trains has been a staple festive activity in our house since my son was a baby. In 2023, there are 16 holiday train displays and ride-on train attractions around Cincinnati. So hop on board, and enjoy Cincinnati holiday train season before it choo choos out of town.
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The best spots in Cincy to be dazzled by holiday lights in 2023
Nothing captures the magic of the holiday season quite like being surrounded by thousands of dazzling lights. I’ve pulled together a list of the best spots to see Cincinnati holiday lights in 2023. Here you’ll find both drive thru and walkable light displays.
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For a scary good time with your little boos
Looking for some no-so-spooky fun with your little goblins this fall? Check out my list of Cincinnati kid-friendly Halloween events in 2023. From events with candy to Halloween performances to spooky hikes – there’s something fun for everyone, but nothing too scary!
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It’s officially pumpkin patch szn!
I’ve rounded up a list of all Cincinnati pumpkin patches for fall 2023. There’s a pumpkin patch that’s perfect for everyone on this list. From farms with so many fun fall attractions that it will take all day to your simple, hayride to the pumpkin patch to pick a pumpkin straight off the vine variety. And this year, I’ve included pumpkin patches that also have apple picking – for the full fall experience.
For a real GOURD time, scroll to the bottom to check out a list of local pumpkin festivals too!
The pumpkin patches are all within about an hour and a half drive of Cincinnati. Who knew we had so many great pumpkin spots so close to the Queen City?
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All the Cincinnati splash pads open this summer
Looking for the best places to cool down in the Queen City this summer? I’ve got the complete list of splash pads, spraygrounds & more open around Cincinnati for summer 2023.
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A playground just for toddlers in Mariemont
One of our favorite toddler playgrounds is Dogwood Park in Mariemont. This playground was designed for ages 2 to 5, and is completely fenced-in!
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A great park in Sharonville for summer fun
Reopened in May 2022, Gorman Park in Sharonville is a great spot for summer fun with a new playground, a splash pad, picnic shelter, and more.
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The best indoor play centers, cafes, playgrounds and more around Cincinnati to enjoy in 2023
One of the best ways to survive a midwest winter and crazy spring weather with little kids is to spend time at one of the many Cincinnati indoor play places. From play pretend towns to indoor playgrounds, from inflatables and free play places, and from trampoline parks to play cafes designed for the littlest ones in mind, there’s an indoor play place that’s perfect for everyone. Check out our list of Cincinnati Indoor Play Places to check out in 2023 to find the perfect spot for you!
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A guide to spending spring break in the Queen City
We had a blast during our Cincinnati spring break staycation. Check everything on our spring break in Cincinnati bucket list!
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