CINCINNATI, OH (For Immediate Release) – Visit Cincy was named “Best Travel Organization” and was a runner-up in “Best Travel Marketing Company” in Midwestern Traveler. The Magazine listed the “2023 Best in Ohio” in its latest edition, out now.

Cincinnati did well in the awards, taking home 19 other honors as well. Other local winners include:

  • Cincinnati Art Museum- Best Art Museum
  • Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden- Best Botanical Garden
  • Eden Park - Best City Park
  • BLINK Cincinnati - Best City Street Art
  • The Summit Hotel - Best Hotel & Hospitality
  • Cincinnati Museum Center - Best Local Museum
  • John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge - Best Photo Op
  • Fountain Square - Best Public Square
  • Oktoberfest Zinzinnati - Best Beer Festival
  • Cincy Brew Bus - Best Brewery Tour
  • Orchids at Palm Court - Best Landmark Restaurant
  • Findlay Market - Best Public Market
  • Cincinnati Bengals - Best Professional Sports Team
  • The Lytle Park Hotel - Best City Hotel
  • Cincinnati- Best Culinary City
  • Lunken Airport - Best Local Airport
  • American Legacy Tours - Best Sightseeing Tour Company
  • Riverside Food Tours - Best Group Tours
  • Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon - Best Run or Race

Midwestern Traveler’s Best in Ohio aims to reward those within the travel and tourism industry that make our experiences, excursions, and vacations so memorable.

From parades, wellness & recreation to the best destinations, these awards recognize the top businesses and communities across the state of Ohio, nominated and voted on by their customers, industry peers, and the Midwestern Traveler audience.

About Visit Cincy

Visit Cincy connects the Cincinnati region's people and experiences with visitors and meeting attendees from around the world. The destination marketing organization is supported by nearly 500 businesses that join together in making Cincinnati, Hamilton County, and the Cincy region a world-class destination by offering their services, attractions, and facilities to visitors, meeting planners, and convention attendees. For more information, go to