Comfort Inn & Suites
5944 West Chester Rd.
West Chester, OH 45069
Phone: (513) 645-1700
Fax: (513) 645-1690
At King's Island in Mason, the fun never stops. The moment you step in the amusement park, there's always something to do, at every corner - from thrill rides, such as the new Banshee, the world's longest inverted coaster with a spiral and zero-G roll, to family rides like the Shake, Rattle & Roll, where riders will whirl and twirl in the air. Visit Planet Snoopy, where there are PEANUTS-themed rides and get to meet Snoopy himself! Various forms of live entertainment are throughout the park, as well as eateries and gift stands. Bring your family and friends to King's Island for a whopping good time.
David W. Gibbs designed Butler County's magnificent courthouse in the Second Empire style with hints of Italianate architecture visible. The construction of the Butler County Courthouse began in 1885, and was completed four years later. This is the third courthouse to be built on the site that housed the two former ones. Located in the heart of Hamilton, Butler County Courthouse is pivotal to the city's judiciary system.
The Fortified Hill Works was registered in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. In 1874, Ephraim George Squier and Edwin Hamilton Davis surveyed this area and have also mentioned it in their book, Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley. The pecuilar feature of this site is that the earthworks that is generally on the inner side, in this case was on the external side of the walls.
Chateau Laroche, also known as the Loveland Castle, was built by Boy Scout and World War I medic, Harry D. Andrews. Andrews was known to be a medievalist, meaning he preferred sword combats over gun fire and weaponry. His castle also represents his medieval affinity, which was built with stones from the nearby Little Miami River, and molded bricks. Today, the castle is run by the Knights of the Golden Trai(KOGT), who were Harry's troop of Boy Scouts. Chateau Laroche offers tours to visitors, and is also available for private events.
The Elliott House is a farmhouse that is known as the core industrial area. The Eliott house featured various things on the property that helped engage in the business even at far distances. Around the house, summercamps were organised for kids and was also known as a center of education for school kids. This house is well known for it's architecture and is one of the oldest houses.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
Located on the Northwest side of Cincinnati, MadTree Brewing's tap room is the talk of the town. Seasonal brews and classic ales, and lagers bring in the masses, while the pet -friendly policy adds to the laid-back vibe of the place. Try a flight of beers in order to choose your favorite, the Happy Amber and PsycHOPathy are the most popular brews to try.
Camp Dennison was a military camp of the United States Army during the Civil War era. The camp was built in 1861 and was in use till 1965. This historic camp became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
The beautiful Romanesque structure is the Spring Grove Cemetery Chapel. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it was designed and conceptualized by Samuel Hannaford and Sons.
Tucked away within Mt. Airy Forest, this arboretum is a peaceful and beautiful park. Spread out over 120 acres (48 hectares), the Mt. Airy Arboretum provides a tranquil space away from the hustle and bustle of the city. With over 1500 species of flora, the arboretum was established in 1911 and has been growing ever since. The most notable feature, the pond, is surrounded by lovely dwarf conifer trees. Others such as cherry, birch, maple, oak and more can be found throughout the grounds.
The Domhoff Buildings are located in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. They are two historic commercial buildings. The buildings were designed by architect W.W. Franklin and were built in 1893. Both the buildings are four stories high and has a mix of Italianate and Queen Anne style of architecture. The buildings got added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 11, 1980.
Home to the country's oldest public telescope, the Cincinnati Observatory Building gives patrons the chance to get just a little bit closer to the stars. Standing prominently atop Mt. Lookout, this landmark is an integral part of the city and the history of astronomy in the United States. Exhibits, public events are best viewed at night when visitors can experience the vast universe for themselves under the cover of nightfall.