Cincinnati Streetcar Food Tour With Findlay Market

457 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 3 hr

The Cincinnati Streetcar afternoon tour is a culinary adventure that features sit-down dining at local downtown restaurants, a trip through historic Over the Rhine and ends with more food stops at Findlay Market. The food featured on this tour is varied and plentiful. We promise you won't leave hungry! On the Cincinnati Streetcar tour, we explore the city by utilizing the streetcar as we stroll through 3 different neighborhoods. (Please note: Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate nut, food allergies, low carb, diabetes, gluten free, vegan or lactose free restrictions). Note: 1 - 1.5 miles of walking over 3 hours Our friendly local guides entertain you with history, interesting stories and fun facts. Our guides are Certified Tourism Ambassadors who know this city inside and out. Learn about the German immigrants whose love of beer have influenced our city for 200 years.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Riverside Food Tours LLC

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Great American Ball Park

We pass by the Home of the Cincinnati Reds Baseball Team, Great American Ballpark.

Stop At: Carew Tower

On our downtown city tour, we may visit Hathaway's Diner, the oldest diner in Cincinnati, located in the 49 story high Carew Tower.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Aronoff Center for the Arts

The Aronoff Center for the Arts is the anchor for a number of restaurants in downtown Cincinnati.

Pass By: Over-the-Rhine

Over the Rhine is a 360 acre historic German neighborhood just a few blocks north of downtown Cincinnati. It is filled with beautiful Italianate architecture and home to Music Hall and Washington Park.

Pass By: Washington Park

Washington Park is an eight acre oasis filled with fountains, stately trees, a bandstand, dog park, playground, refreshment area and sports lawn.

Pass By: Cincinnati Music Hall

Cincinnati Music Hall, built in 1878 is home to Cincinnati symphony, ballet, opera and Pops Orchestra. This beautiful Victorian Gothic Castle like structure is a Cincinnati icon.

Stop At: Findlay Market

Findlay Market, built in 1851 is Cincinnati's last standing market. It was named one of the best 10 Markets in the Country by Newsweek magazine. It is patterned after a German Market and meant to serve the immigrants north of the city limits. It has been beautifully maintained and home to a large number of vendors.

Duration: 30 minutes
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