• Taft House as viewed from Auburn Avenue on a bright and sunny summer day.

    William Howard Taft

    National Historic Site Ohio

Nearby Attractions

Kentucky view of Cincinnati

View of downtown Cincinnati from across the Ohio River in Covington, Kentucky.

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Local Attractions

After you've visited the park, there are plenty of options to complement your visit to the park and the greater Cincinnati area. Here are a few of the major downtown highlights that are sure to please everyone!
 
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The MLB All-Star Game is coming to the Cincinnati area in 2015!

Courtesy of the Cincinnati Reds & Major League Baseball

Cincinnati Reds Baseball

After you've visited the William Howard Taft NHS, be sure to complete your Cincinnati visit by taking in a Reds game. The regular season opens on April 6th, 2015 when the Pittsburgh Pirates come to town. Check out the season schedule to find a date that suits your visit to the park and the ballpark.

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2013 Bengals Team Photo

The 2013 Cincinnati Bengals team photo

Courtesy of the Cincinnati Bengals and the National Football League

Cincinnati Bengals Football

If your visit to William Howard Taft NHS brings you to the Cincinnati area during the fall, consider making a trip to the nearby jungle. Not the literal jungle, the jungle in Paul Brown Stadium, home of the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals! Visit bengals.com to determine a date that works for your visit to your national park and the Bengals.

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Cincinnati Museum Center

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Children's Museum at Cincinnati Museum Center

If you're traveling to the park with children, a great place to visit after your visit to the park is the Duke Energy Children's Museum. Hands-on fun for kids of all ages is a great way to educate and engage young minds.


 
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The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center logo

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Not far from the park on the banks of the Ohio River, sits a building dedicated to those who risked everything to escape the degradation and torture of slavery in the 18th and 19th centuries. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center teaches visitors about those who fought for freedom from the days of the Underground Railroad to modern, contemporary times.


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