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Reputed for its thought-provoking and innovative paintings, photography and other arts, this center, founded in 1939, is in a new six-story building that is a work of art itself, with fascinating features both inside and out.
I always find a new exhibit or something to do that I didn’t see the last time we were here. So many Cincinnatians never come to the CAC. We are so lucky. Great exhibits!
Love love love the top floor and being born to be...More
My eight year old grandson loves visiting this art center. He often requests to spend an afternoon there. He and I both enjoy the changing art displays. The Unmuseum floor is geared towards children, but adults also definitely enjoy this area of the art center....More
Honestly, I am not what you would call creative, but I loved this Arts Center. Only downside was I would’ve liked to have purchased an umbrella as it had stated to rain, but they were all out. Great place for kids and adults and on...More
Free admission! Which is what originally drew me in plus reviews looked great. I was even more impressed when I went. I LOVED the creatures exhibit on floors 4/5. It was eye opening. I loved that there was a floor for children as well (floor...More
Super cool art museum downtown right by Fountain Square! It’s free to go through and there are 5 floors of different exhibits. I really liked the top floor since is the “Unmuseum” where you get to interact with and touch the art up there, which...More
This was my first visit and I will be back. I found many of the exhibits interesting but really liked Unmuseum on the top floor. Since they are always changing the exhibits it will be fun to see what's next. Great activity for a cold...More
Nothing to knock my socks off, however the exhibitions do change regularly. For me there was too many photography exhibits. The highlight was Shark Girl on the 6th floor. We were in and out in less than an hour and a half.