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Cincinnati Neighborhood Map
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Neighborhoods in Cincinnati
This Cincinnati neighborhood map will guide you through the neighborhoods of “Queen City”. From Over-the-Rhine to Mount Adams and Hyde Park, prepare to explore the communities of Cincinnati.
Located just north of downtown, Over-the-Rhine is a historic neighborhood in Cincinnati. Known for its beautifully preserved 19th-century architecture, it is now recognized for its art scene. Over-the-Rhine also hosts the popular Findlay Market, a public market with fresh produce and local food.
This neighborhood is an affluent neighborhood located a few miles east of downtown Cincinnati. Hyde Park Square is the heart of the neighborhood. It also offers a cozy park-like setting with outdoor seating and cafes. An interesting fact is that Hyde Park Square is over 100 years old and a hub for community events.
Located just a few miles northeast of downtown Cincinnati, Oakley is a welcoming community. Oakley Square is a focal point with community events like an annual event called “Oakley After Hours”. While nearby Hyde Park Plaza provides shopping options, it also has live music and a farmers market.
Located east of downtown Cincinnati, Mariemont has a carefully planned suburban design with historic architecture. It features a quaint town square with boutique shops, a historic theater, and dining options. Mariemont is also home to beautiful parks and green spaces. The entire village is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Situated along the Ohio River, Columbia-Tusculum is one of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhoods. This neighborhood features colorful Victorian houses known as “Painted Ladies”. Columbia-Tusculum also provides easy access to the Ohio River Trail, a scenic path popular among walkers, joggers, and cyclists.
Perched on a hill overlooking the city, Mount Adams provides views of the Cincinnati skyline and the Ohio River. It offers a mix of historic homes, upscale dining options, and lively nightlife. The Cincinnati Art Museum and Playhouse in the Park contribute to its cultural appeal.
Situated near the University of Cincinnati, Clifton is popular among students and young professionals. Gaslight District’s streets are still lit by gas lamps, which is a rare sight. Clifton also features the historic Ludlow Avenue and is home to the Esquire Theatre.
Northside is situated a few miles northwest of downtown Cincinnati. It offers a variety of hip coffee shops, craft breweries, and vintage stores. The neighborhood also hosts several festivals and community events throughout the year. Watch out for its annual Fourth of July parade.
Westwood is located on the city’s west side with a commercial district along Harrison Avenue. It contains several parks, including the popular Mount Airy Forest. This one provides ample opportunities for hiking and picnicking. This neighborhood has historic ties to Cincinnati’s pottery and tile industry.
Pleasant Ridge is a family-friendly neighborhood located northeast of downtown Cincinnati. It offers a mix of local businesses and a close-knit community atmosphere. Pleasant Ridge has a business district along Montgomery Road, featuring unique shops, cozy cafes, and a variety of dining options.