Cincinnati Skyline – Visual Ohio One Shot!

Written and Photography by Andrew Livelsberger During a recent trip to Cincinnati, we jumped to the other side into Newport, KY to get this sunset picture of downtown Cinci! Often times, it is great to get out of where you are and see it from a different perspective.   Just another perspective and view of Ohio’s…

Cincinnati Museum Center – Cincinnati History Museum – For The Train Lovers!

Written by Danielle and Andrew Livelsberger Photography by Andrew Livelsberger Background:Union Station in Cincinnati is a great place to see the vintage architecture as well as some great museums.  Among them are a natural history museum, Cincinnati history museum and the ability to go into the old “Tower A” and see the tracks. Impression:If you…

Purple People Bridge

Written and Photography by: Andrew Livelsberger Background:Starting its existence as a railroad bridge in 1872, the Purple People Bridge, as it is now known crosses the Ohio River – one end starting in Cincinnati, OH and the other in Newport, KY. The bridge became a pedestrian bridge in 2003.  There is an official website for…

Cincinnati Museum Center – Natural History Museum

Written and Photography by: Andrew Livelsberger Background:The Cincinnati Museum Center houses multiple museums.  The front of the complex was built around the Union Station Terminal, which was originally opened in 1933.  Once inside, you can buy tickets to many of the museums (COSI members get discounts) including The Museum of Natural History and Science, The…

A Day At The Cincinnati Zoo

Some times there are places that get overshadowed.  The Cincinnati Zoo very well may be one of them.  While not as large as the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, there is plenty to do and see here. I spent just a few hours there and came away with some great images to share with you all.

Ault Park

Ault Park is the 4th largest Cincinnati park.  It is named in honor of Ida May and Levi Ault who took a great interest in Cincinnati parks. The main pavilion is built in the Italian Renaissance style. The grounds have gardens, trails and scenic views of the Little Miami Valley. This looks like a great…

John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge

The John A. Roebling bridge connects Cincinnati, OH to Covington, KY. In 1866, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world spanning 1,057 feet.  The bridge was named after the designer/engineer. If you want a detailed history of the bridge, check out the Wikipedia article. The image above was taken while on a tour…