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Believe it or not, Cincinnati, a city situated on the banks of the Ohio River, is a community with a love for all things antiques. Throughout the city’s culturally-rich and diverse neighborhoods, you’ll find more than 100 antique stores, filled with such treasures as American high country pieces, garden items, architectural elements, Victorian, Mission and Art Deco objects. In addition to fine shops, Cincinnati possesses the Duck Creek Antique Mall. Considered one of America’s best, here you’ll find dealers who specialize in English, Continental and Asian furniture.

Cincinnati also boasts a fair number of revered antique shows, held in the Sharonville Convention Center. In mid-October, there’s the Cincinnati Antiques Festival, and in the last weekend in February, there’s the 20th Century Cincinnati Show, which is considered the source for Art Deco, Streamline, Arts & Crafts, and Op/Pop pieces. And of course like all good cities, there’s more to do than just shop for antiques. Cincinnati is home to its fair share of impressive museums as well. A few highlights include, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Taft Museum of Art, the American Classical Music Hall of Fame, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, the Beecher Stowe House, and the Contemporary Arts Center, to name just a few museums definitely worth a visit.

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