December 22, 2022

People Photographed the Hell out of These Five Greater Cincinnati Places in 2022, Yelp Says

Cincinnati is incredibly photogenic, there's no denying it. And not only do we have a super Instagrammable skyline, bridges and parks, we're also lucky enough to have restaurants, businesses and attractions that offer plenty of opportunities for interesting and wonderful photographs.

Yelp recently released its list of the most photographed locations in Cincinnati in 2022. The list ranked businesses on how frequently people submitted photos between Jan. 1 and Oct. 12 this year. From places with wacky animatronics to ones with adorable baby hippos, keep scrolling to see the top 5 most-photographed businesses in Cincinnati.
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Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
3400 Vine St., Avondale
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects  like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Photo: Provided by the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St., Avondale
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
3400 Vine St., Avondale
TThe Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects  like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Photo: Lisa Hubbard via The Cincinnati Zoo

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St., Avondale
TThe Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
3400 Vine St., Avondale
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects  like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St., Avondale
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
3400 Vine St., Avondale
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects  like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Photo: Stephanie Scarbrough

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St., Avondale
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
3400 Vine St., Avondale
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects  like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Photo: Casey Roberts

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St., Avondale
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden holds all kinds of wonders to photograph. Adorable animals let guests act as nature photographers, with subjects like sassy hippo Fiona and her baby brother Fritz and the playful polar bears and massive elephants. Annual events like Zoo Blooms turn the sprawling zoo and botanical garden into a vivid kaleidoscope with its array of colorful tulips. The Festival of Lights that illuminate the zoo at night during the holiday season gives shutterbugs plenty of opportunities to capture something interesting.
Jungle Jim’s International Market
5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.
Photo: junglejims.com

Jungle Jim’s International Market

5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.
Jungle Jim’s International Market
5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Jungle Jim’s International Market

5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.
Jungle Jim’s International Market
5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Jungle Jim’s International Market

5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.
Jungle Jim’s International Market
5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Jungle Jim’s International Market

5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.
Jungle Jim’s International Market
5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Jungle Jim’s International Market

5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield; 4450 Eastgate S Drive, Eastgate
Jungle Jim’s is an amusement park for foodies, and not just because of its kitschy statues and animatronics that photograph really well. The huge store (more than 6 acres) contains equal parts weekly shoppers scanning the aisles for super fresh seafood, exotic produce and international eats from more than 70 countries and visitors wandering, mouths agape at the wacky decor, likely with a beer in hand. The singing soup can is a beloved sight to snap a photo of; same goes for the elaborate restroom hidden behind a port-a-potty facade. This Hogwarts of grocery stores offers nearly 1,500 different kinds of hot sauce. The aisle is pretty hard to miss: It’s the one with the giant fire truck on top of it.