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Our tours take place near traffic and involve physical activity. Park on Plainville Road or Chestnut Street. To avoid dehydration, we encourage you to bring water. Join us for an hour tour on the history of these murals, the local companies they represented and the incredibly difficult journey to save these masterpieces. Tour participants will meet at the Mariemont Preservation Foundation archives building at Plainville Road for a brief history and introduction to Mary Emery, Mariemont's founder and benefactor.

Now nine of

Auburn was Cincinnati's first hilltop suburb, where wealthy midth century Cincinnatians built grand homes away from the noise, crowding and smoke of the basin area. Grab your walking shoes and strollers and join us for a tour celebrating the heart of our city, downtown Cincinnati. The mosaic tile murals of the Union Terminal building now Cincinnati Museum Center have long been an iconic part of Cincinnati art and history. There are several garages, pay lots, and metered street parking in the surrounding area.

Be prepared for your tour by wearing comfortable walking shoes and bringing sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, umbrellas and rain gear as necessary. Tours are conducted at a casual pace and require walking or standing for two hours without assistance. Theirs was one of the most architecturally beautiful neighborhoods in Cincinnati. Terrain is mostly flat, a moderate walk. Stroll through the walking neighborhood that was once Cincinnati's third largest business district.

Our tours operate rain or shine.

Explore the history and

Explore the history and architecture of Fourth, Fifth and Vine Streets. Now nine of these murals have returned to the city and are proudly displayed on the exterior of the Duke Energy Convention Center. We ask that patrons do not smoke during the tours. Walk past houses both big and small, from worker to industrialist.