More than 350 experts specializing in outdoor living, kitchens, baths and home improvements will be on hand at the 54th annual Cincinnati Home + Garden Show this February and March.
The show returns to the Duke Energy Convention Center for two weekends: Saturday-Sunday, Feb. 25-26 and Thursday-Sunday, March 2-5. The event will showcase the latest trends in landscaping and home improvement, and Joe Mazza, the host of HGTV show Home Inspector Joe, will be this year’s special guest. He will be at the show Friday-Saturday, March 3-4.
Some big features you can expect at this year’s show include:
The Garden Showcase will be created by Cincinnati’s top landscapers. You can get get inspiration, as well as get helpful tips and solutions, on how to design your gardens and outdoor spaces.
Pickleball is super trendy right now and perfect for backyard fun. You’ll get to explore the VersaCourt, “the premier athletic court system to reduce joint impact and athlete injury.”
Ask a Designer
You can get expert advice and tips when it comes to home decor and interior design, as well as learn more about 2023’s trends in home design. You’re encouraged to bring photos, project samples and questions to this exhibit.
Tickets for the show are on sale here for $13; they are $15 at the door. Children 12 and under can get in for free. On Thursday, active military, veterans, current or retired police officers, firefighters, highway patrol officers, health care workers and teachers get free admission in honor of Hero Day. Just show your ID or proof of service at the show office.
You can find more information about the Cincinnati Home + Garden Show, including daily hours, here.
Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm St., Downtown. More info: www.duke-energycenter.com.
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