Cincinnati Union Terminal Wins Award

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Cincinnati Union Terminal: What was one of the last great train stations, built in 1933, is now a standout in tourism featuring three mega museums inside its historic art deco walls. Together, they form what is now Cincinnati Museum Center but it’s more than that. In addition to housing sensational museums of local history, natural history and a children’s museum, there’s an OMNIMAX® theater, eateries and hundreds of annual events and traveling exhibits. Not only that, it is still an active train terminal for Amtrak and visitors can even checkout Tower A, where rail operations used to be controlled. The eye-popping architecture and colorful Rotunda make this a very photogenic whistle stop. Visit their web site by clicking here.

This award recognizes Ohio’s standouts in tourism. More details about the award and all award recipients are at ohiotraveler.com/standouts-in-ohio-tourism/.

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