Free admission. Open Wednesday 11-9, Tuesday and Thursday-Sunday 11-5.
www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org/cincywing
(513) 721-2787

Great American Ball Park
Average non-premium ticket price for home games is $15.50.
cincinnati.reds.mlb.com
(877) 647-7337

Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art
Open Monday and Friday 11-9, Sunday and Tuesday-Thursday 11-6, and Saturday noon-6. Price: $6.50 for adults and $3.50 for children. www.contemporaryartscenter.org
(513) 345-8400
In celebration of the museum's opening, the Festival of the New will feature art and cultural events, performances, and exhibitions from June 7 to October 12. For details, visit www.cincinnatiarts.com/fotn.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Opens summer of 2004.
www.undergroundrailroad.org, (513) 412-6900

Tall Stacks Music, Arts & Heritage Festival
Event will be held October 15-19 along nearly 100 acres of Cincinnati's riverfront, from just below the Roebling Suspension Bridge to the Bicentennial Commons area. The $18 tour ticket lets you explore all the boats (excluding the Delta Queen and Mississippi Queen) daily from 6 a.m.-9 p.m. throughout the five-day festival. You also get the Tall Stacks admission pin (which alone costs $12) for access to all of the onshore activities.
www.tallstacks.com
(866) 497-8255

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Designed by renowned architect Cesar Pelli, the ARONOFF CENTER FOR THE ARTS (513-621-2787, www.cincinnatiarts.org/venues/aronoff) covers an entire city block. Procter & Gamble Hall, one of the three performance spaces, is noted for its Broadway productions.