The Streetcar Will Be Great For: Art Lovers

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Cincinnati is blessed with an amazing arts scene.  With many of the City’s main arts venues along the route, building a streetcar will allow arts patrons to park once and ride the streetcar to the numerous arts destinations in the urban core.

Someone going to see the Cincinnati Opera perform at Music Hall could park at Fountain Square, enjoy a meal a Via Vite and take the streetcar to and from the show.  Visitors could gallery hop using the streetcar to visit the art galleries on Main Street, the Contemporary Arts Center, and the Taft Museum.  Or after seeing a show at Memorial Hall, take the streetcar down to the nightlife options on Walnut Street.

The Cincinnati Streetcar will tie together the some of the City’s finest arts venues with the regions two largest employment centers, 60,000+ residents, and all the entertainment and dining options Downtown and Uptown.  Support the Arts in Cincinnati–Build the Streetcar.

Over a million visitors a year visit these museums, performing arts companies,  events, and venues along the line:

  • Artwork’s Gallery
  • Broadway Series
  • Cincinnati Art Galleries
  • Cincinnati Ballet
  • Cincinnati Children’s Theatre
  • Cincinnati May Festival
  • Cincinnati Opera
  • Cincinnati Pops
  • Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
  • Cincinnati Symphony
  • Clay Street Press
  • Contemporary Dance Theatre
  • Corbett Theatre
  • Ensemble Theatre
  • Know Theatre
  • Main Street Art Galleries
  • Memorial Hall
  • Mural Pop
  • Music Hall
  • Ovation Theatre Company
  • The Aronoff Center
  • The Cincinnati Art Academy
  • The Contemporary Arts Center
  • The Emery Theatre
  • The Mercantile  Library
  • The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
  • The Rookwood Pottery Company
  • The School for the Creative and Performing Arts
  • The Taft Museum
  • The Taft Theatre
  • The Weston Art Gallery
  • UC College Conservatory of Music
  • World Piano Competition

3 thoughts on “The Streetcar Will Be Great For: Art Lovers

    sidd finch said:
    November 11, 2009 at 3:57 pm

    don’t forget the new 21c hotel’s public gallery. that should be in place by the time the streetcar is.

    Mercantile Library said:
    November 12, 2009 at 9:43 am

    The Mercantile Library was at 414 Walnut when the first generation of streetcars was built. The cars stopped at our front door. The Library is still at 414 Walnut Street where it will be when the new generation of streetcars is built. What do we have to do to get on your list?

    5chw4r7z said:
    November 12, 2009 at 11:50 am

    AVS is gone.
    But they are planning special events at the old location.

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