Christmas in Cincinnati: Things to Know
By Emma Stock
Christmas is such a magical time, especially in Cincinnati. As everyone prepares for exams and begins to get excited for break, you should be aware of the holiday excitement going on around the city!
October 30-February 15: Ice Skating at Fountain Square; get a group of your friends together and spend a day ice skating at Fountain Square; $6 admission/$4 skate rental
November 6-December 24: Holiday Junction; Visit the Cincinnati Museum Center to see four-level, multi-train layout for visitors of every age; free admission for Duke Energy Customers at:
November 21-January 2: Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo; take a look at the magical lights that luminate the zoo; Buy tickets here: http://cincinnatizoo.org/events/festival-of-lights/
December 5-23: Awaited: A Christmas Experience; Awaited is a creative reenactment telling the Christmas story at Crossroads church; tickets are free and required for the show
December 19-20: Caroling in the Park at Washington Park; grab a warm beverage and listen as different local choirs sing holiday tunes from 6-8p.m. in the park; free
December 18-27: The Nutcracker from the Cincinnati Ballet at the Aronoff Center; start a new tradition and get in the festive spirit by seeing the Nutcracker with your family this season; tickets available: http://www.cincinnatiarts.org/events/detail/frischs-presents-the-nutcracker
Christmas time is so much fun and with so much to do, don’t miss out on any fun during your Christmas break!