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Outdoor Building Tour of Cincinnati Music Hall

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Friends of Music Hall Tour Guide Gayle with her Tour Group outside of Music Hall
The Outdoor Building Tour presented by the Friends of Music Hall explores Music Hall's history, the symbolism and design of the architecture, the challenges at every step of construction, and the people who made it happen, along with information on the culture and society of the neighborhood in 1878. Outdoor Building Tours are held May through October, rain or shine, on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. and Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. Walking is required and tours are approximately 90 minutes long. Please note this tour does not go inside Music Hall.

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  • Music Hall

    1241 Elm St., Cincinnati Over The Rhine

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