What are 5 great activities to do with children under 5 in Cincinnati?The opinions expressed here are those of the individual and not those of StreetAdvisor. Report
Another option for indoor entertainment is Totter's Otterville located inside the Johnny's Toys in Covington, KY. They are an indoor educational and entertainment center that is geared towards small children. They offer a variety of activities to keep small ones entertained, including a train room, liver performances, art studio, face painting, and more. They also have a cafe serving food (none of it fried), drinks, and snacks. Totter's Otterville can also host private parties in their party rooms.
The first place I would take a small child is to the Children's Museum located at the Cincinnati Museum Center. The Children's Museum is full of fun and interactive things to do with small children. Next, I would go to the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. There are so many exhibits at the zoo, including the Children's Zoo with its petting yard. Other attractions for kids at the zoo include a 4-D theater, train, and carousel. The zoo also offers many special activities for kids and families, especially during the summer school break. Just over the river in Newport is the Newport Aquarium, a great, family-oriented attraction. The Public Library offers many great programs and activities for small children at the main location in Downtown Cincinnati, as well as at the various community branches. Finally, take your kids of all ages to Kings Island Amusement Park where there's fun for everyone; however, Planet Snoopy is specifically designed as a kids area great for small children.