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This area is right across the street from our hotel, The Westin. The two nights we were there it was busy. Clean, but had tables with chairs for seating and one night there was some sort of concert, the other night was just a local...More
I saw Fountain Square from my room in The Westin. There was a lot going on Friday and Saturday nights. I was impressed that the band stopped playing at 11 pm on Saturday because the music sounded great but would have kept me up had...More
Spent the weekend with the wife in Cincinnati and had a blast. There is something for everyone on the perimeter of Fountain Square. From museums to fine dining to shopping and hotels all within walking distance from the square. Nice to not need the car...More
I attended a free White Party. Everyone dressed in white, dancing, laughing, taking pictures, seeing old friends, meeting new ones, great live music, food vendors, secure and safe for all.
Can't wait till the next one!
I stayed across the street at the Westin. It was never crazy busy, but people did stop and enjoy the space. It's an early April visit, so it's not really warm, but its in the 50s. There are tables and I imagine it's heavily used...More
Good but sadly we came upon Fountain Square after a movie or commercial shoot and the whole square was a shambles of scaffolding & equipment ! But it did't detract from the great art deco style Fountain itself, pretty impressive and would of enjoyed if...More
I grew up looking at Fountain Square...it has always been there and is a great statue and fountain in the heart of downtown Cincinnati...it was reworked a while back and is now shining forth as a beacon of the Cincinnati area
This is the Heart and Soul of Cincinnati. An historic grand fountain, large public space and the excitement of a vital downtown. You can catch the Connector and take a trolley ride all around downtown, Over the Rhine, the Riverfront area - all for one...More
Response from Horse_Attack | Reviewed this property |
I believe that the German market that you are reference is 'Findlay Market' which is on the northwest side of downtown. I think that it is only open during daytime hours. It is better and livelier during warmer months