Cincinnati Treasure Hunts
Professor Arthur Hunt presents...
Did you know Cincinnati gave the world one of the most famous great American musical compositions ever? One on par with Gerswin’s “Raphsody in Blue” , Souza’s “Stars & Stripes Forevery”, or Ellington’s “A Train”. It's been used to waken astronauts on the Space Shuttle, herald the entrance of Queen Elizabeth, opened concerts for the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, and was the basis for the theme songs of the movies “Saving Private Ryan” and “Superman”?
Intrigued? Well on this hunt thru one of Cincinnati most colorful neighborhoods you’ll learn of one more reason to be proud of your city!
Over The Rhine Hunt Details
Duration is about 1:15.~1:30
We recommend you park in the garage below Washington Park. Entrances are both on Elm (which runs North bound and in front of Music Hall) and on the opposite side on Race (which runs southbound) There are 3 exit stairs out of the garage, please use either the Music Hall North or Music Hall South Exit as these will take you to the starting point for the hunt across from Music Hall.
The course is completely flat so this hunt is excellent if you have a stroller, wheelchair, or an older person with you.
Perhaps something to eat and drink after your hunt while recapping the highlights?
There are dozens of restaurants along the way . If you want something more casual and a little less expensive, the closest fast food is Skyline Chili at the corner of Court St and Vine. That is 1 block south of Central Parkway.
The starting point is in Washington Park right across from the entrance steps to Music Hall
There are new public bathrooms in Washington Park