Cincinnati architecture and landmarks

Explore Cincy’s storied past through historic buildings and monuments

Remarkable architecture, cityscapes, river views, and rolling hills are all a part of the Cincy Region.

Don’t miss touring the rotunda at Union Terminal, a true Art Deco masterpiece. Cincinnati Music Hall is one of the finest examples of Victorian Gothic architecture and located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati. Eat and drink your way through Over-the-Rhine while appreciating Italianate facades. Walk Cincy’s unique neighborhoods to enjoy and appreciate their preserved architecture and character. Explore underground tunnels to discover the history of our unique river region, and then visit revitalized neighborhoods on both sides of the river to see how history and heritage informs fresh, revealing, and new experiences.

Roebling Suspension Bridge

  • Court Ave. & E. 2nd Street
  • (859) 341-2700

Recognized as a Natl. Historic Landmark in 1975, the beautiful John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge was built from 1856-1866 at a cost of 1.8 million dollars to connect Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington, Kentucky. It served as an engineering…