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Originally a forest towering above Ft. Washington; then a vineyard on the Nicholas Longworth Estate, the mansion house of which is the Taft Museum; then a neighborhood of German and Irish immigrants; later an enclave of artisans associa…
Originally called Mt. Ida, Mt. Adams was a significant section of the Nicholas Longworth Vineyard, which developed the Catawba grape from which America's first champagne was produced. The name was changed to Mt. Adams in 1843 to honor President Jo…
"The Bridge of the Arts"
Dedicated September 12, 1931. Restored 2015
Designed by J. R. Biedinger
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places
In grateful appreciation of the Mount Adams Civic Association for its generous sup…
Pilgrim Chapel began as a mission of the First Presbyterian Church in 1882. It was originally located in downtown Cincinnati. The Church was moved to Mt. Adams and has served the Protestant Community since its dedication on May 1, 1886. Catholics …
Built in the 1820's as a residence, this example of Greek Revival Architecture is a contributing element to the West Fourth Street National Register Historic District. The building also housed several businesses, including a homeopathic pharmacy, …
When it opened May 30, 1850, the 340-room hotel located on this site was considered one of the finest hotels in the world. Abraham Lincoln stayed here on September 17-18, 1859, while campaigning for the Ohio Republican Party. Lincoln also stayed a…
This one-of-a-kind structure was designed and built by Cincinnati's Verdin Company. Sensors under the piano keys electronically cause the strikers at the top of the structure to ring the chimes.
The chimes themselves are historic. They were ins…
From a platform
erected on this site
John F. Kennedy
made a speech on
October 8, 1962
Approximately at this point
two Ohio military trails
branched. Reading Road fol-
lows the marches of Bowman,
Clark, Harmar, Harrison, Clay
and Shelby.1779- 1812.
Central Parkway follows the
route of St. Clair and Wayne,
In memory of the service of Battery F, 136th Field Artillery, A.E.F. Erected by the mothers.