As the state’s third-largest city, Cincinnati, Ohio, is an all-American metropolis. Situated along the Ohio River, Cincinnati takes up about 80 square miles and is home to approximately 330,000 residents. The University of Cincinnati is the city’s largest higher-education institution.
The Proctor and Gamble Company, Fifth Third Bank, Cintas, The Sunny Delight Beverage Company, and the Smucker’s Company are all headquartered in or near Cincinnati.
Visitors to Cincinnati will take delight in visiting the Krohn Conservatory; The Cincinnati Museum Center, which houses a science museum, natural history museum, children’s museum and a general history museum; the Roebling suspension bridge, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Cincinnati Zoo and the Botanical Gardens.
Local professional sports teams include the Cincinnati Bengals NFL football team and the Cincinnati Reds MLB baseball team. The Reds play at The Great American Ballpark Stadium while the Bengals take the field at the Paul Brown Stadium.
Famous Cincinnatians include the 27th U.S. President William Howard Taft, General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt, astronaut Karl Gordon Henize, actor Thom Barry of CBS’s Cold Case, George Clooney, Carmen Electra, Woody Harrelson, Sarah Jessica Parker and Peter Frampton, among many others.