The Cincinnati Museum Center is my all time favorite museum in Cincinnati and they forwarded me this great deal so I thought I’d pass it along to our FFC friends. It would make a great Christmas gift. You have to purchase the tickets in person at the Cincinnati Museum Center or by phone (513) 287-7041 during regular museum hours.
“What’s the best gift that comes with free shipping, won’t break, doesn’t need batteries, and is fun for the whole family while fitting in the palm of your hand?…It’s a Cincinnati Museum Center membership and you can use it 363 days a year to inspire lifelong learning.
What’s the only thing that can make this awesome value even greater? A special holiday membership offer! NOW until January 2, buy one membership at full price and get a second and third for half off.
Be the joy to their world when you give them free parking and free access to three outstanding museums with a Cincinnati Museum Center membership. Duke Energy Children’s Museum is perfect for your 6 month old nephew, your inquisitive cousin will have a blast in the Museum of Natural History & Science, and you can take Grandpa back in time in the Cincinnati History Museum. They’ll also love the special Member OMNIMAX preview nights, discounts off of tickets for OMNIMAX films and special exhibits as well as discounts at the gift shops and food court. Visit the Web site for a list of all the great benefits they’ll receive as a Member!
Restrictions apply so stop by or call (513) 287-7041 to join, give, and save today!”
Below are some pictures of our recent visit to Holiday Junction. We then headed up to see Tower A. Tower A used to be the main control hub for all the trains coming in/out of Union Terminal. It has some great views and it’s a part of the museum that I haven’t visited in a long time plus my daughter thought it was really cool investigating a new area of the museum. It’s operated by the Cincinnati Railroad Club and is open when Holiday Junction has hours (also open during the year). So if you stop at Holiday Junction, visit Tower A for a unique experience. You will need to be able to go up some stairs if you visit .