Attractions: Downtown Cincinnati Public Art Map

Downtown and Over-the-Rhine streets, parks, walls and other spaces have so much public art that it's worth a special walking tour — or five.

click to enlarge Charley Harper "Homecoming Bluebirds"
Charley Harper "Homecoming Bluebirds"

Downtown and Over-the-Rhine streets, parks, walls and other spaces have so much public art that it's worth a special walking tour — or five. That's how many Downtown Cincinnati Inc. (DCI) has created on its new online database of public art. Themes are “Hometown Heroes,” “Music City,” “The Old Ballgame,” “Take in the History” and “Mother(lode) of Presidents,” and everything is included from the 1871 Tyler Davidson fountain to the newest ArtWorks murals. The itineraries also include suggestions for meals and shopping, and each one has a map with a walking path highlighting the stops on the route. 


If you find something beautiful that's not listed, please share it with @downtowncincy using #cincyartventure on Twitter and Instagram. The database can be found at downtowncincinnati.com/artventure.

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