You'll find a lot of local landmarks here.
If you were one of the 103.4 million people watching Super Bowl 52 this past weekend, you might have seen some Cincy landmarks during the commercials. Cincinnati Bell showcased some of the most famous local sights in their ad. Check out the ad above and see all the spots featured below.
On many of the locations below, you’ll see some great deals. Get them by downloading the Connect Cincinnati app.
The Fort Thomas Tower
This famous tower in Ft. Thomas was built out of limestone in 1890 for $10,995, meant to store nearly 100,000 gallons of water.
Looking to get in shape? Get your first class free at Fit Philosophie in Ft. Thomas
Columbia Tusculum “Painted Ladies”
You’ll find these colorful “painted ladies” in Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhood, Columbia Tusculum.
Just around the corner, you’ll also find Manitou Candle Co. Get 20% off of a candle making class here.
Krohn Conservatory, located in Eden Park, was built in 1933 at the height of the Art Deco era with a nationally recognized showcase of more than 3,500 plant species from around the world.
Built in 1878, this national historic landmark is home to the Cincinnati Ballet, Symphony Orchestra, and Opera.
Next time you see a show, stop by Sundry and Vice nearby to grab a cocktail for 10% off.
Florence Y'all Tower
Sandwiched between Florence Mall and 75/71, this legendary tower swapped the M for a Y in 1974 to address legal concerns.
When you get done mall walking, keep the workout going with a special $9.95 monthly gym membership at Crunch Fitness in Florence.
The Newport World Peace Bell
The Newport, Kentucky, World Peace Bell is one of more than twenty Peace Bells around the world. It features an inscription commemorating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and engravings marking important events from the past 1,000 years.
While you’re there, stop by Wooden Cask Brewery just around the corner for $6 flights.
The American Sign Museum
The American Sign Museum in Camp Washington is the largest public sign museum in America, displaying works from the last 100 years.
Atrium II Building
The Atrium II building downtown is the headquarters for Cincinnati Bell, offering panoramic sights of the Queen City.
Wanna sport one of those “CincyGive” shirts you saw in the video? Get them here.
The Charley Harper "Homecoming (Blue Birds)" Mural
This mural at 119 East Court Street downtown was done by Charley Harper, one of Cincinnati’s most accomplished and celebrated artists.
And just around the corner from this mural you’ll find the Righteous Room. Get 1/2 cocktails Monday through Saturday from 4-8 p.m. by claiming your deal here.
Named after Eshelby Lunken, this iconic local airport serves mostly private aircrafts, with many visits from Air Force One.
With its iconic sign out front on Glenway Avenue, this legendary west side bowling alley has been serving up good times since 1950.
Jungle Jim's International Market
Known for having pretty much anything you can imagine (along with some amazing bathrooms and wacky animatronic greeters), Fairfield’s Jungle Jim’s International Market is one of the most iconic grocery stores in America.
Moline Court in Northside
Hosting a handful of cute houses, you’ll find Moline Court right off the main strip of Hamilton Avenue in Northside.
Vine Street in OTR
After years of incredible transformation, Vine Street in OTR is now one of the busiest and most eclectic spots in town.
A block away from this great strip, you’ll find Eden Floral Boutique on Walnut St. Get up to $15 off here.
Established in 1831, Xavier University is one of the oldest Catholic schools in the country hosting more than 6,000 students.
Win the ultimate Xavier experience with a special contest on Feb. 23rd.
University of Cincinnati
Founded in 1819, the University of Cincinnati is the Queen City’s oldest college and the second largest university in Ohio.
Wanna see some basketball? Enter for your chance to win some tickets here.
Cincinnati Art Museum
One of the oldest art museums in the United States, the Cincinnati Art Museum holds more than 67,000 works spanning 6,000 years of human history.
Incline Public House
With beers, bites and one of the best views of Cincinnati, Incline Public House is a popular bar and grill in East Price Hill.
The Loveland Castle
Formally known as Château Laroche, The Loveland Castle is a folly of a European castle built along the banks of the Little Miami River in the 1920’s by Boy Scout Leader, WWI veteran and medieval enthusiast Harry D. Andrews