It is nice to see part of the history of Cincinnati. There are a number of things to see down there and nearby. As another reviewer mentioned the people you see there are friendly and it has always felt safe.
There is always interesting vendors and booths around this state of our city's namesake and the tunnels during the many festivals and events in Sawyer Point.
I have been visiting here for many years and have enjoyed watching it develop and expand into a beautiful place to visit. Great views of the Ohio River and Northern Kentucky.The area has interesting historic information on beautiful stones you can walk on. I have seen groups of people on rented Segways here and hope to do that soon. The... 更多
I don't think the statue itself is worth a special trip, but the surrounding park (Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove) are lovely if you're looking to take a walk. If you cross the Purple People Bridge, it takes you right into Newport on the Levy which has a movie theatre, a little shopping, the aquarium, and plenty of restaurants.
This entire area is something for not only locals but visitors to see and enjoy. Whether you are walking or riding a bike you will enjoy the scenery and river.
As some people know, Cincinnati was originally known in 1787 as Losantiville, a name cobbled together from various languages that... 更多