Things To Do In Cincinnati This Winter From Ice Skating to Light Shows and More

From Ebenezer Scrooge’s return on the Playhouse mainstage and a dozen drive-thru light displays to heated igloos and a giant collection of glowing vintage blow molds, there’s enough holiday cheer in the following pages to warm even the coldest Grinch heart.
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 Visit the Classic Shillito’s Elves at Findlay Market
1801 Race St., Over-the-Rhine
This holiday season Findlay Market is featuring a classic Cincinnati Christmas tradition, the Shillito’s Elves. These mechanical elf dolls from Shillito’s downtown department store windows have been around the Queen City since the 1950s, and this year six magical vignettes will be on display at the Leader Furniture Store. The space has transformed into the thematic “Elves on Elder” pop-up. There will be rotating family-friendly events inside the store, including storytelling and crafts. In the evenings after the kiddos have had their fun, the space will change into a “cozy cocktail and musical experience” with specialty cocktails and food from the market. Through Dec. 31; Shillito’s Elves are on display daily and animated on weekends. Free.
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Visit the Classic Shillito’s Elves at Findlay Market

1801 Race St., Over-the-Rhine
This holiday season Findlay Market is featuring a classic Cincinnati Christmas tradition, the Shillito’s Elves. These mechanical elf dolls from Shillito’s downtown department store windows have been around the Queen City since the 1950s, and this year six magical vignettes will be on display at the Leader Furniture Store. The space has transformed into the thematic “Elves on Elder” pop-up. There will be rotating family-friendly events inside the store, including storytelling and crafts. In the evenings after the kiddos have had their fun, the space will change into a “cozy cocktail and musical experience” with specialty cocktails and food from the market. Through Dec. 31; Shillito’s Elves are on display daily and animated on weekends. Free.
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  Visit the Land of Sweets with Cincinnati Ballet’s The Nutcracker
1241 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
A favorite family tradition is back onstage at Music Hall as the Cincinnati Ballet presents their annual rendition of The Nutcracker. It’s Christmas Eve, and Clara and her nutcracker prince must wage war against an evil mouse king and journey to the Land of Sweets, where a Sugar Plum Fairy and dancing delicacies from around the globe celebrate Clara’s bravery. Choreographed by the ballet’s artistic director, Victoria Morgan, the imaginative two-act event features swirling snowflakes and Tchaikovsky’s iconic score played by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Dec. 16-26. $29-$129. cballet.org.
Peter Mueller Photography

Visit the Land of Sweets with Cincinnati Ballet’s The Nutcracker

1241 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
A favorite family tradition is back onstage at Music Hall as the Cincinnati Ballet presents their annual rendition of The Nutcracker. It’s Christmas Eve, and Clara and her nutcracker prince must wage war against an evil mouse king and journey to the Land of Sweets, where a Sugar Plum Fairy and dancing delicacies from around the globe celebrate Clara’s bravery. Choreographed by the ballet’s artistic director, Victoria Morgan, the imaginative two-act event features swirling snowflakes and Tchaikovsky’s iconic score played by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Dec. 16-26. $29-$129. cballet.org.
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Watch Santa Rappel Down a Building During Downtown Dazzle
520 Vine St., Downtown
Instead of landing on a rooftop with his reindeer-drawn sleigh, Santa will literally be rappelling from a Cincinnati skyscraper at this weekend celebration. Music and other holiday activities at Fountain Square lead up to the big Santa show at 7 p.m., which is followed by a festive fireworks display. Enjoy ice skating, hot chocolate and boozy drinks for the adults while you wait for the main event. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 and 18. Free admission. myfountainsquare.com.
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Watch Santa Rappel Down a Building During Downtown Dazzle

520 Vine St., Downtown
Instead of landing on a rooftop with his reindeer-drawn sleigh, Santa will literally be rappelling from a Cincinnati skyscraper at this weekend celebration. Music and other holiday activities at Fountain Square lead up to the big Santa show at 7 p.m., which is followed by a festive fireworks display. Enjoy ice skating, hot chocolate and boozy drinks for the adults while you wait for the main event. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 and 18. Free admission. myfountainsquare.com.
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Listen to Over the Rhine’s Annual Christmas Concert
1225 Elm St. Over-the-Rhine
Cincinnati favorite Folk duo Over the Rhine is having a live, in-person show at Memorial Hall this holiday season. The two are touring the country from December to May 2022, but will be making a special stop in Cincinnati for a Christmas celebration. After performing their annual and highly anticipated holiday special virtually last year, the group is bringing the spirit of Christmas back to fans with a live performance. They will be performing a mix of classic holiday music and their own folksy tunes. 8 p.m. Dec. 17 and 18; 2 p.m. Dec. 19. $45-$75. memorialhallotr.com.
Kylie Wilkerson

Listen to Over the Rhine’s Annual Christmas Concert

1225 Elm St. Over-the-Rhine
Cincinnati favorite Folk duo Over the Rhine is having a live, in-person show at Memorial Hall this holiday season. The two are touring the country from December to May 2022, but will be making a special stop in Cincinnati for a Christmas celebration. After performing their annual and highly anticipated holiday special virtually last year, the group is bringing the spirit of Christmas back to fans with a live performance. They will be performing a mix of classic holiday music and their own folksy tunes. 8 p.m. Dec. 17 and 18; 2 p.m. Dec. 19. $45-$75. memorialhallotr.com.
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See the Spirits of Christmas in A Christmas Carol at Playhouse in the Park
962 Mount Adams Circle, Mount Adams
Ebenezer Scrooge — and actor Bruce Cromer — are back onstage for this family favorite in 2021. This is Cromer's 17th time playing the Christmas-hating curmudgeon, who finally remembers the reason for the season after being visited by three holiday apparitions. Charles Dickens' tale is brought to life on the Playhouse stage this year with full costuming, characters and special effects. Through Dec. 30. $30-$98. cincyplay.com.
Mikki Schaffner

See the Spirits of Christmas in A Christmas Carol at Playhouse in the Park

962 Mount Adams Circle, Mount Adams
Ebenezer Scrooge — and actor Bruce Cromer — are back onstage for this family favorite in 2021. This is Cromer's 17th time playing the Christmas-hating curmudgeon, who finally remembers the reason for the season after being visited by three holiday apparitions. Charles Dickens' tale is brought to life on the Playhouse stage this year with full costuming, characters and special effects. Through Dec. 30. $30-$98. cincyplay.com.
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Visit Scuba Santa at the Newport Aquarium
1 Levee Way, Newport
Scuba Santa has returned to the Newport Aquarium for the 19th year of this “one-of-a-kind” Cincinnati tradition. Every day through Dec. 24, Scuba Santa will be swimming in a tank of sharks, ready and happy to hear what any young guests want for Christmas. Father Christmas will, of course, have his team of elves helping him out — and making sure he’s not eaten. The entire aquarium is decked out for the holiday with festive lights and music. Through Dec. 24. $22.99-34.99 adults; $14.99-26.99 children 2-12. newportaquarium.com.
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Visit Scuba Santa at the Newport Aquarium

1 Levee Way, Newport
Scuba Santa has returned to the Newport Aquarium for the 19th year of this “one-of-a-kind” Cincinnati tradition. Every day through Dec. 24, Scuba Santa will be swimming in a tank of sharks, ready and happy to hear what any young guests want for Christmas. Father Christmas will, of course, have his team of elves helping him out — and making sure he’s not eaten. The entire aquarium is decked out for the holiday with festive lights and music. Through Dec. 24. $22.99-34.99 adults; $14.99-26.99 children 2-12. newportaquarium.com.
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Get Up Close and Personal with a Herd of Reindeer at the Reindeer Farm
2541 Old Union Church Road, Bowling Green
The Reindeer Farm in Bowling Green — located about three hours away — has many activities that last throughout the holiday season, including outdoor games, meeting with and learning about reindeer (aka caribou) and seeing Mrs. Claus and the big man himself. For grown-ups, there is wine available from locally owned Kentucky winery Carriage House Vineyards, with tastings offered Fridays and Saturdays. General admission tickets are $12 and include a visit to the reindeer barn, hot chocolate and access to the indoor playground, petting zoo and more. thereindeerfarm.com.
Facebook.com/TheReindeerFarm

Get Up Close and Personal with a Herd of Reindeer at the Reindeer Farm

2541 Old Union Church Road, Bowling Green
The Reindeer Farm in Bowling Green — located about three hours away — has many activities that last throughout the holiday season, including outdoor games, meeting with and learning about reindeer (aka caribou) and seeing Mrs. Claus and the big man himself. For grown-ups, there is wine available from locally owned Kentucky winery Carriage House Vineyards, with tastings offered Fridays and Saturdays. General admission tickets are $12 and include a visit to the reindeer barn, hot chocolate and access to the indoor playground, petting zoo and more. thereindeerfarm.com.
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Ice Skate Below the Eiffel Tower at Kings Island’s WinterFest
6300 Kings Island Drive, Mason
Get in the festive mood by visiting WinterFest at Kings Island, where the amusement park has transformed into 11 different “winter wonderlands.” There is ice skating on the Royal Fountain and the 314-foot Eiffel Tower has turned into a festive Christmas tree, shrouded in over 5 million lights. Up to 20 rides remain open, including the park’s 3,265-foot-long wooden coaster, Mystic Timbers. Expect live entertainment throughout the park and tons of activities like carriage rides, ice carvers and Jack Frost’s Igloo Village, plus themed food and drink. Through Dec. 31. $29.99. visitkingsisland.com.
Facebook.com/VisitKingsIsland

Ice Skate Below the Eiffel Tower at Kings Island’s WinterFest

6300 Kings Island Drive, Mason
Get in the festive mood by visiting WinterFest at Kings Island, where the amusement park has transformed into 11 different “winter wonderlands.” There is ice skating on the Royal Fountain and the 314-foot Eiffel Tower has turned into a festive Christmas tree, shrouded in over 5 million lights. Up to 20 rides remain open, including the park’s 3,265-foot-long wooden coaster, Mystic Timbers. Expect live entertainment throughout the park and tons of activities like carriage rides, ice carvers and Jack Frost’s Igloo Village, plus themed food and drink. Through Dec. 31. $29.99. visitkingsisland.com.
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https://frightsite.com/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Get Slightly Freaked Out During A Christmas Nightmare at Dent Schoolhouse
5963 Harrison Ave., Dent
The spirits of Dent Schoolhouse get in the holiday spirit with a Christmas Nightmare event at the popular haunted house. For two nights only, Charlie the Janitor is Santa Charlie in a scary attraction full of garlands, lights and twisted holiday monsters. Think Krampus, killer elves and really bad fruitcake. 6-10 p.m. Dec. 10 and 11. $25-$55. frightsite.com.
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Get Slightly Freaked Out During A Christmas Nightmare at Dent Schoolhouse

5963 Harrison Ave., Dent
The spirits of Dent Schoolhouse get in the holiday spirit with a Christmas Nightmare event at the popular haunted house. For two nights only, Charlie the Janitor is Santa Charlie in a scary attraction full of garlands, lights and twisted holiday monsters. Think Krampus, killer elves and really bad fruitcake. 6-10 p.m. Dec. 10 and 11. $25-$55. frightsite.com.
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Party Like an Animal at the Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
3400 Vine St., Avondale
The PNC Festival of Lights has been named the No. 1 zoo light display in the nation by USA Today three years in a row. This year's fest will feature 4 million LED lights, a North Polar Express train, the fan-favorite light show on Swan Lake, s'mores stands and more. Through Jan. 9, 2022. Included with zoo admission. cincinnatizoo.org.
Photo: Adam Doty

Party Like an Animal at the Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St., Avondale
The PNC Festival of Lights has been named the No. 1 zoo light display in the nation by USA Today three years in a row. This year's fest will feature 4 million LED lights, a North Polar Express train, the fan-favorite light show on Swan Lake, s'mores stands and more. Through Jan. 9, 2022. Included with zoo admission. cincinnatizoo.org.
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Grab a Brew in a Cozy Igloo at Braxton Brewing Co.
27 W. Seventh St., Covington
Braxton Brewing Co. opened its much-anticipated rooftop patio and bar in 2019, but the space has now been covered to keep the chilly weather out. The 5,000-square-foot deck features plenty of seating, a full bar and some pretty neat views of Covington and downtown Cincinnati. Braxton is also offering 2-hour reservations of heated “igloobars” for private parties of up to 8 for $30. Each features its own style with unique tables, chairs, couches and pillows. braxtonbrewing.com.
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Grab a Brew in a Cozy Igloo at Braxton Brewing Co.

27 W. Seventh St., Covington
Braxton Brewing Co. opened its much-anticipated rooftop patio and bar in 2019, but the space has now been covered to keep the chilly weather out. The 5,000-square-foot deck features plenty of seating, a full bar and some pretty neat views of Covington and downtown Cincinnati. Braxton is also offering 2-hour reservations of heated “igloobars” for private parties of up to 8 for $30. Each features its own style with unique tables, chairs, couches and pillows. braxtonbrewing.com.
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Shop Local at the City Flea Holiday Market
1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
Knock everyone off your list in one place during the City Flea’s Holiday Market at Washington Park — a two-day event with both daytime and evening hours. Stroll and shop local makers offering everything from stuff for kids and pets to apothecary items, artisan eats and vintage goodies. The holiday market is set to have different vendors for each day, so stop by both days if you want to see all that Cincy has to offer. 4-9 p.m. Dec. 11; 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 12. Free. thecityflea.com.
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Shop Local at the City Flea Holiday Market

1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
Knock everyone off your list in one place during the City Flea’s Holiday Market at Washington Park — a two-day event with both daytime and evening hours. Stroll and shop local makers offering everything from stuff for kids and pets to apothecary items, artisan eats and vintage goodies. The holiday market is set to have different vendors for each day, so stop by both days if you want to see all that Cincy has to offer. 4-9 p.m. Dec. 11; 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 12. Free. thecityflea.com.
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Be Amazed by Lumaze at the Duke Energy Convention Center
525 Elm St., Downtown
Holiday light viewing doesn’t have to be cold or seen through your car window. Instead, enjoy the seasonal spectacle at downtown's Duke Energy Convention Center this year. Lumaze, an “all-indoor Christmas light festival and market,” kicks off Nov. 26 and lasts through Jan. 1, 2022. Organizers say the theme for Cincinnati's inaugural Lumaze is “Glow Around the World,” where visitors will find “magnificent world landmarks” rendered in light throughout the indoor winter wonderland. Look for LED hopscotch, a fully stocked bar and 100,000 square feet of lights. Through Jan. 1, 2022. Weekday tickets start at $22.99 for adults and $16.99 for seniors, veterans and kids ages 4-12. Prices go up on weekends. Family bundles available. lumazelights.com.
Facebook.com/LumazeCincinnati

Be Amazed by Lumaze at the Duke Energy Convention Center

525 Elm St., Downtown
Holiday light viewing doesn’t have to be cold or seen through your car window. Instead, enjoy the seasonal spectacle at downtown's Duke Energy Convention Center this year. Lumaze, an “all-indoor Christmas light festival and market,” kicks off Nov. 26 and lasts through Jan. 1, 2022. Organizers say the theme for Cincinnati's inaugural Lumaze is “Glow Around the World,” where visitors will find “magnificent world landmarks” rendered in light throughout the indoor winter wonderland. Look for LED hopscotch, a fully stocked bar and 100,000 square feet of lights. Through Jan. 1, 2022. Weekday tickets start at $22.99 for adults and $16.99 for seniors, veterans and kids ages 4-12. Prices go up on weekends. Family bundles available. lumazelights.com.
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Try Some Unique Holiday Foods that Cincinnatians Don't Really Eat Anymore
Winter’s almost here, so that means families around the globe are getting sentimental for holiday traditions at the table. While there’s nothing wrong with the standard American go-to dishes like roasted ham, gingerbread or milk and cookies, there are certain foods and drinks that tend to be associated with the holiday season that nobody in Cincinnati really eats anymore — even though we’re aware of them thanks to old holiday songs, shows and books. Including roasted chestnuts, sugar plums and figgy pudding.
Sean M. Peters

Try Some Unique Holiday Foods that Cincinnatians Don't Really Eat Anymore


Winter’s almost here, so that means families around the globe are getting sentimental for holiday traditions at the table. While there’s nothing wrong with the standard American go-to dishes like roasted ham, gingerbread or milk and cookies, there are certain foods and drinks that tend to be associated with the holiday season that nobody in Cincinnati really eats anymore — even though we’re aware of them thanks to old holiday songs, shows and books. Including roasted chestnuts, sugar plums and figgy pudding.
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Participate In or Avoid Cincinnati Santacon
1000 Broadway St., Pendleton
The annual hibernal holiday pub crawl (or horror show, depending on whether or not you appreciate 10,000 drunk Santas on the streets) known as Cincinnati Santacon returns on Dec. 11. Don your best Christmas character costume and meet at the "North Pole"(aka Hard Rock Casino) to embark on a group drinking adventure to 50 venues around downtown Cincinnati, Over-the-Rhine and Northern Kentucky. Registration includes a wristband, itinerary with official bar stops, access to food and drink deals and a donation to The Cure Starts Now. There’s a lyric sheet online for songs to sing.Noon-midnight Dec. 11. $10 advance; $15 day-of. cincinnatisantacon.com.
Megan Waddel

Participate In or Avoid Cincinnati Santacon

1000 Broadway St., Pendleton
The annual hibernal holiday pub crawl (or horror show, depending on whether or not you appreciate 10,000 drunk Santas on the streets) known as Cincinnati Santacon returns on Dec. 11. Don your best Christmas character costume and meet at the "North Pole"(aka Hard Rock Casino) to embark on a group drinking adventure to 50 venues around downtown Cincinnati, Over-the-Rhine and Northern Kentucky. Registration includes a wristband, itinerary with official bar stops, access to food and drink deals and a donation to The Cure Starts Now. There’s a lyric sheet online for songs to sing.Noon-midnight Dec. 11. $10 advance; $15 day-of. cincinnatisantacon.com.
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Catch the Holiday Pops at Music Hall
1241 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
Get into the holiday spirit with a little help from the Cincinnati Pops and conductor John Morris Russell. The Pops perform a variety of holiday favorites with help from vocalist Michael Preacely and singers from the Classical Roots Community Mass Choir and May Festival Chorus, as well as dancers from the Studio for Dance. The program is full of Christmas classics like “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “Silent Night.” Remaining shows Dec. 10-12. $25 adults; $20 students; $15 under 17. cincinnatisymphony.org.
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Catch the Holiday Pops at Music Hall

1241 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
Get into the holiday spirit with a little help from the Cincinnati Pops and conductor John Morris Russell. The Pops perform a variety of holiday favorites with help from vocalist Michael Preacely and singers from the Classical Roots Community Mass Choir and May Festival Chorus, as well as dancers from the Studio for Dance. The program is full of Christmas classics like “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “Silent Night.” Remaining shows Dec. 10-12. $25 adults; $20 students; $15 under 17. cincinnatisymphony.org.
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See Festive Lights and Sculptures at Journey BOREALIS at Pyramid Hill
1763 Hamilton Cleves Road, Hamilton
Hamilton's Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum is upping the wow factor once again with its second-annual Journey BOREALIS drive-thru light display. The immersive illuminated experience includes "light art, installation art, and projection mapping," says a release. Displays include an ode to Hanukkah and a journey through a German-inspired candy cane forest (with yarn-wrapped trees), Grinch's Greenland, Bethlehem and the North Pole. This year's soundtrack will be provided by the Butler Philharmonic Orchestra with tracks sung by the Cincinnati Boychoir. Before visiting, download the Otocast app to your phone for a mapped musical experience. Through Jan. 2, 2022. $20 per car Monday-Thursday; $25 per car Friday-Sunday; $15 per car for members; free for Hamilton residents on Tuesdays. journeyborealis.com.
Provided by Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum

See Festive Lights and Sculptures at Journey BOREALIS at Pyramid Hill

1763 Hamilton Cleves Road, Hamilton
Hamilton's Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum is upping the wow factor once again with its second-annual Journey BOREALIS drive-thru light display. The immersive illuminated experience includes "light art, installation art, and projection mapping," says a release. Displays include an ode to Hanukkah and a journey through a German-inspired candy cane forest (with yarn-wrapped trees), Grinch's Greenland, Bethlehem and the North Pole. This year's soundtrack will be provided by the Butler Philharmonic Orchestra with tracks sung by the Cincinnati Boychoir. Before visiting, download the Otocast app to your phone for a mapped musical experience. Through Jan. 2, 2022. $20 per car Monday-Thursday; $25 per car Friday-Sunday; $15 per car for members; free for Hamilton residents on Tuesdays. journeyborealis.com.
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Go See Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and Then Some!) at the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
1195 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s annual send-up of Christmas classics is back onstage. Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and Then Some!) transforms a production of A Christmas Carol into an irreverent and fast-paced skewering of other holiday favorites ranging from It’s a Wonderful Life to How the Grinch Stole Christmas and A Charlie Brown Christmas. Three actors (and a Drunk Santa, played by Miranda McGee) spend 90-plus minutes of “high octane jollity and frivolity” making merry this season in an adult-friendly romp through both kitschy and nostalgic Christmas favorites. Through Dec. 26. Tickets start at $14. cincyshakes.com.
Mikki Schaffner Photography

Go See Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and Then Some!) at the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

1195 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s annual send-up of Christmas classics is back onstage. Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and Then Some!) transforms a production of A Christmas Carol into an irreverent and fast-paced skewering of other holiday favorites ranging from It’s a Wonderful Life to How the Grinch Stole Christmas and A Charlie Brown Christmas. Three actors (and a Drunk Santa, played by Miranda McGee) spend 90-plus minutes of “high octane jollity and frivolity” making merry this season in an adult-friendly romp through both kitschy and nostalgic Christmas favorites. Through Dec. 26. Tickets start at $14. cincyshakes.com.
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See Tiny Trains On Display at Holiday Junction at the Cincinnati Museum Center
1301 Western Ave.,Queensgate
The Duke Energy Holiday Trains are celebrating their 75th anniversary this year. The display first debuted in downtown Cincinnati in 1946, and this year’s iteration at the Cincinnati Museum Center’s Holiday Junction features 60 trains, with more than 300 total railcars, zooming along cozy, miniature winter vignettes. Check out the details at track level, or see an overview from above. Through Jan. 3, 2022. Included with admission. cincymuseum.org.
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See Tiny Trains On Display at Holiday Junction at the Cincinnati Museum Center

1301 Western Ave.,Queensgate
The Duke Energy Holiday Trains are celebrating their 75th anniversary this year. The display first debuted in downtown Cincinnati in 1946, and this year’s iteration at the Cincinnati Museum Center’s Holiday Junction features 60 trains, with more than 300 total railcars, zooming along cozy, miniature winter vignettes. Check out the details at track level, or see an overview from above. Through Jan. 3, 2022. Included with admission. cincymuseum.org.
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Stop by the Light in the Forest at Cincinnati Nature Center
4949 Tealtown Road, Milford
The Cincinnati Nature Center is once again doing a holiday glow-up this winter with their Light in the Forest woods walk. Now in its second year, this event takes over the grounds of the center and Rowe Woods with unique light displays and new installations "certain to capture the imaginations of all ages" from Brave Berlin (the team behind BLINK and Lumenocity), according to a release. Brave Berlin co-owners Steve McGowan and Dan Reynolds said they worked in harmony with the forest while designing their original light art. Through Jan. 2, 2022. Light in the Forest will be closed Dec. 24 and 25. $12 adults; $7 children; $2 discount for members. cincynature.org.
Provided by Cincinnati Nature Center

Stop by the Light in the Forest at Cincinnati Nature Center

4949 Tealtown Road, Milford
The Cincinnati Nature Center is once again doing a holiday glow-up this winter with their Light in the Forest woods walk. Now in its second year, this event takes over the grounds of the center and Rowe Woods with unique light displays and new installations "certain to capture the imaginations of all ages" from Brave Berlin (the team behind BLINK and Lumenocity), according to a release. Brave Berlin co-owners Steve McGowan and Dan Reynolds said they worked in harmony with the forest while designing their original light art. Through Jan. 2, 2022. Light in the Forest will be closed Dec. 24 and 25. $12 adults; $7 children; $2 discount for members. cincynature.org.
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