Offering a medley of activities to suit just about any type of traveler, Cincinnati is found on the Ohio River. Especially known for its stunning 19th-century architecture, the city’s rich past is echoed in the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, which showcases exhibits centered on the abolitionist movement and slavery. In fact, Cincinnati is also known for the iconic Harriet Beecher Stowe building, which once housed the illustrious author who penned ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’. In terms of cuisine, you can sample traditional Ohio fares such as Slyman’s corned beef, Paw Paws, Chili dogs, Buckeye candy and the traditional Cincinnati chili, among others. In downtown Cincinnati, you will find a vibrant mix of cultural events, festivals and even a seasonal ice rink, perfect for kids and adults alike.