Southwest Ohio Vacation Packages
Southwest Ohio has something for everyone. Walk in the footsteps of a famous sharpshooter, a heroic abolitionist and a U.S. president. Spend some time seeing all that Cincinnati has to offer, but don’t miss the many towns spread throughout the region.
When he visited Cincinnati in 1892, Charles Dickens deemed it “a beautiful city, cheerful, thriving, and animated.” Over a century later, that description still applies. Explore Over-the-Rhine, the city’s historic district, check out the exhibits in the Cincinnati Museum Center and the Cincinnati Art Museum and meet the animals in the Cincinnati Zoo. Learn about the fight for abolition at the Harriet Beecher-Stowe House and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
Visit Dayton, a small city with a lot to offer. Stroll through Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, the resting place of Orville and Wilbur Wright. Discover some of their inventions at Carillon Historical Park and learn more about the history of flight at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Admire exhibits in the Dayton Art Institute and explore the cultural attractions in the Oregon District.
Stop by Greenville, the home of Annie Oakley. Learn all about the legendary member of Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show at the Annie Oakley Center at Garst Museum.
In Georgetown, tour U.S. Grant Boyhood Home & Schoolhouse. This humble colonial home is where Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th president grew up.
Go to Mason for heart-pumping fun. Kings Island amusement park offers fun for the whole family, with roller coasters, a children’s park and water rides.
Explore the picturesque red-brick campus of Miami University in Oxford. Enjoy the great outdoors in nearby Hueston Woods State Park.
If you think Miami University is a misnomer, wait until you drive through Southwest Ohio. Towns with foreign-inspired names, such as Moscow and Lebanon, can be found throughout the region.