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From its early predecessors in the Nile River Valley and the royal courts of the Renaissance, to dingy dive bars and sold out arenas, the guitar has rocked them all. GUITAR is a full immersive exhibition that explores the instrument’s…Read More »
From kings to kids, rainforests to candy wrappers, experience the global journey of everyone’s favorite sweet treat. Chocolate hasn’t always been a bar. It hasn’t always been widely available. It hasn’t even always been…Read More »
Cincinnati Museum Center's Grand Rotunda will once again welcome local performers this holiday season with the return of Holiday Harmonies. Enjoy singers, dancers and musicians from the community as they fill the Rotunda with holiday spirit. Come…Read More »
Big Bone Lick State Historic Site, located in Northern Kentucky, has figured prominently in the history of science and in the early cultural development of the United States. The areaâ€™s salt licks attracted many large, now extinct, animals during…Read More »
Our 10th annual Asian Culture Fest will highlight the rich histories, arts, and traditions of China, India, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam and Nepal through demonstrations, storytelling, dance performances, workshops, cultural displays and an Asian…Read More »
The 15th annual Celtic Lands Culture Fest offers an array of folklore and art from Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Marvel at the fast and fancy footwork of traditional Celtic dancers, listen to Celtic folk tales told by skilled storytellers, enjoy…Read More »
Enjoy the holidays by stopping to see our holiday variety troupe, the Mistletones, perform. Listen to them sing holiday classics, and watch them perform A Christmas Carol Abridged in Reakirt Auditorium. Union Terminal's Grand Rotunda will once…Read More »
Sponsored by The Kenneth A. Scott Charitable Trust, a KeyBank Trust Brings cooler weather, beautiful fall colors and...BatFest! Did you know that there are 13 bat species recorded in Ohio? The big brown bat is the second most common bat in Ohio.…Read More »