Holiday fun in Cincinnati starts with CincinnatiUSA.com

Bundle Up Your Holiday Fun in Cincinnati.

Create a merry holiday experience with Cincinnati USA hotel packages and attraction tickets! CincinnatiUSA.com/holidays

Select from pre-bundled hotel packages, create your own package, or purchase tickets to select Cincinnati USA holiday traditions like:

  • PNC Festival of Lights at Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden (Nov. 22-Jan. 3)
  • Scuba Santa® at Newport Aquarium (November 28-January 1)
  • Cincinnati Pops Orchestra: Holiday Pops (December 5 and 13-14)
  • Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (select performances)
  • Cincinnati Ballet: Frisch’s Presents The Nutcracker (December 19-27)
  • Christmas at EnterTRAINment Junction (November 15-January 4)

PNC Festival of Lights @ Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden – Through January 3
Nearly two million LED lights illuminate the country’s second-oldest zoo.
Ride the North Polar Express Train Ride and enjoy the Wild Lights Show on Swan Lake, Madcap Black-Light Puppet shows, strolling entertainment and themed areas like Candy Cane Forest.

Scuba Santa® @ Newport Aquarium – Through January 1
Magical underwater dive show where Scuba Santa® and his friends talk to you and your family from within the shark tank.
He’ll even read a special underwater version of ‘Twas the Night before Christmas from his Magic Story Book.Visit the rare white alligators, Snowball and Snowflake, in the Gator Alley exhibit, along with Mighty Mike, the biggest gator in the country outside of Florida weighing in at 800 pounds and 14 feet long!

Holiday Junction Featuring the Duke Energy Holiday Trains @ Cincinnati Museum Center – Through January 4
Annual holiday tradition with timeless family fun for all generations featuring the beloved model train display.
Plus, special events throughout the season like holiday performances and hands-on activities for kids.

Rocky Mountain Express at OMNIMAX Theater takes viewers on a steam train journey through
the breathtaking vistas of the Canadian Rockies.CMC is a great value with THREE museums in ONE, plus an Omnimax Theater!
Cincinnati History Museum, Duke Energy Children’s Museum, Museum of Natural History and Science, Cincinnati History Library and Archives.

Frisch’s Presents The Nutcracker @ Aronoff Center – December 19-27
This annual tradition boldly re-envisioned by the Cincinnati Ballet is a colorful, inventive and entertaining production for all ages.
Clara, the Nutcracker Prince, the Mouse King, the Sugar Plum Fairy – they will all dance their way into your hearts this holiday.
Set to Tchaikovsky’s score and played by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Holiday Pops @ Music Hall – December 5 and 13-14
Tony Award-winning Broadway phenomenon Brian Stokes Mitchell (Man of La Mancha, Ragtime, Kiss Me Kate) joins the Cincinnati Pops for performances of traditional and contemporary holiday favorites.
Plus, more singers, dancers and an appearance by Santa himself!

Christmas at EnterTRAINment Junction – Through January 4
Visit Santa and Mrs. Claus and view the world’s largest train display including special winter-themed displays.
Plus, kids can enjoy the A-Maze-N FunHouse with a mirror maze, tilt room and more.

For all the latest info visit CincinnatiUSA.com

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