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Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is glad to welcome you, your family and friends to spend wonderful time. The Playhouse is located in Eden Park not far from the city center and surrounded by beautiful Mt. Adams. So, it is our goal to make your visit to the Playhouse as pleasant as possible. You can always contact us if you need additional information about planning your visit.
We will do our best to make it unforgettable!
It's a common knowledge that the amusement park industry has had several legendary parks during its history - parks that are held in special esteem and looked upon with fond memories or special reverence. Many of them come to mind when we think about it, but the one on the top of nearly everyone's list is Coney Island Park. Coney Island is famous for being the name of the New York resort that was the center of the amusement park universe in the early part of the century. It is also the name of the famed amusement park in Cincinnati, which is regarded by many as one of the best operated amusement parks in history.
Visit the Park and you will see it by yourself!
Clifford House was built in 1868 (some say 1850‘s) as a square Tuscany Style which was expanded in 1890 to it‘s present Queen Anne. It is a uniquely eclectic, formal and charming home. The home has always been one of the notable architectural anchors of the neighborhood and is often referred to as "The Brick House". You will feel the charming atmosphere of the Clifford House when you come in, it is really magnificent. All our guests come to stay at Clifford House again and again, because there is no such other place in Cleveland...
Carillon Historical Park is the place where you can find out all about the rich history of Dayton, Ohio. This park was founded by Colonel Edward and Edith Deeds many years ago; it is situated on a beautiful 65-acre campus between the Great Miami River and a glacial moraine. Carillon Historical Park shares history of the region from its founding in 1796 through the important local contributions that were made during World War II. Stroll through the Park’s 25 historical buildings and interact with hundreds of artifacts and exhibits. You won't be sorry about this visit!
The Symphony Hotel was built in 1871 by Peter Ehrgott, a German lithographer. He commissioned architect James W. McLaughlin, probably the most important architect, who had been born in Cincinnati during the second half of the 19th century. In 1874 Peter Ehrgott died and his oldest son, Louis Ehrgott, purchased the property from heirs. Also, for some fifty years he and his wife used the property as a boarding house for students at the College of Music. May be you have already guessed, why the Symphony Hotel so called, but you will learn more if you read further...