The Cincinnati Art Museum is the place to go for fun, free culture in a fabulous location. Located near Eden Park the grounds are almost an exhibit themselves. Enjoy a scrumptious lunch in the cafe, browse the eclectic offerings in the gift shop, or take a walk down to Krohn Conservatory. You could make an entire day of delight out of this place. Bonus: There isn't a more beautiful setting for an indoor wedding in town.
my grandparents held their 59th wedding anniversary party for our family at the Cincinnati art museum. what a perfect location! we ate lunch in the cafe, which was delicious, and then we were given a guided museum tour by one the museum volunteers. the tour guide was so sweet to my grandparents and made a special point to recognize the longevity of their marriage. he also worked to include the family in sharing thoughts and opinions on the paintings we were viewing. it was a neat experience!
The Art Museum in Cincinnati is not only free, but it's HUGE! There is a ton of things to look at inside this building and all of it's interesting. Furthermore, you can have wedding ceremonies done here if you'd like. The entire place is beautiful and it rests atop a cliff overlooking the city. There is no excuse why you shouldn't stop by and take a look - even if you don't like art!
CONS: Somewhat difficult to find if you're not familiar with Cincinnati
The Art Museum has over 6,000 years of world culture, including works from ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome etc. It also has Native American and African art. The painting collection includes works by famous artists such as Rubens, Modigliani and Picasso. The CAM also has a gift shop and a cafe. The Schiff Library is open to the public but borrowing books is only allowed for members. Lectures and workshops are also offered. We especially like their "Make-It Take-It" sessions. Overall, a great way to expand he mind and spend a lazy day.
Art museum in Cincinnati has a decent collection of artifacts and paintings from various periods and famous artists. Picasso, Monet, Renoir can be found in this collection, which is not small. To view the entire museum you will need at least a couple of hours. This is a great way to spend the day, and if you come in on Saturday it's free... during the break have a coffee or a sandwich in the museum cafe.
I am currently studying at UC and I took a class called Art History last Spring Quarter. The professor assignes us to write about an ancient artifacts at the Cincinnati Art Museum. At first, my first impression was, "Oh this is going to be boring and worthless." Well I had to go so I went. When I came there, the place was awesome. I could not believe that have a place like that in Cincinnati. There are many things and it was very enjoyable. They are not just artifacts but also some paintings from the old times and some paintings from the people of Cincinnati. It was actually a good experienced and I actually got an A in my project about the topic which is the Egyptian. Anybody from Cincinnati should check this out, from kids to grandparents.
I loved the Cincinnati Art Museum! My friend and I have been to countless exhibitions and events. The museum has amazing art, a children's section, a shop, and a rotating calendar with information about new artwork and exhibitions. The prices are very reasonable. Children and students get a discount. You can also buy a membership if you plan to go back more than once or twice... and I'd plan on doing that because there's SO much to see and experience here! Plus, there's always something new! Check it out!
I could spend days in the Cincinnati Art Museum and not get tired of it. It sits up in the hills of Mt Adams. The building is beautiful and old. The inside is very charming and appealing. Admission is free, which is a huge bonus. They often have special exhibits which are very nice. The staff knows everything and they are always floating around to answer your questions.
I have always loved the Cincinnati Art Museum. It is a great place to visit when you are in Cincinnati. i make atleast one trip a year to see any new exhibits they may have added. It is so clean and quiet inside the museum. The staff is nice and they make sure people keep the noise down.
There is a lot to look at in this wonderfully maintained art museum. The museum is quite large and the staff is very friendly. It is even a good place for small toddlers since there are no exhibits close to the floor. Because of a grant given by a local family the museum is currently free and I would encourage anyone to go and go often.
A great way to expand the mind and spend the afternoon. High above the city in Mt. Adams/Eden Park, the CAM is a relaxing way to "get away from it all."