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Reputed for its thought-provoking and innovative paintings, photography and other arts, this center, founded in 1939, is in a new six-story building that is a work of art itself, with fascinating features both inside and out.
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This was my first visit and I will be back. I found many of the exhibits interesting but really liked Unmuseum on the top floor. Since they are always changing the exhibits it will be fun to see what's next. Great activity for a cold...More
Nothing to knock my socks off, however the exhibitions do change regularly. For me there was too many photography exhibits. The highlight was Shark Girl on the 6th floor. We were in and out in less than an hour and a half.
I absolutely love coming to the CAC they continuously bring incredible displays to Cincinnati unlike anything we have ever seen. The Unmuseum on the top floor is truly the greatest feature perfect for people of all ages.
Always very interesting displays here . My favorite was Mamma Andersson. The painting with the deer in the middle of the room was very cool . The type writer room was let me say too weird but there is always something that makes you want...More
The good: admission was free.
The bad: The ENTIRE museum, except for a few kid's activities on the top floor, was closed, had been closed for a week, and was going to be closed for a few more weeks, because they were getting ready for...More
I think the biggest challenge for someone new to the city was downtown parking near the center. There is no fee for this building. The sixth floor has a lot of things for elementary age to color and create. So many unique things to see...More
The exhibits are always interesting and thought-provoking. And to think that donors got together to allow for FREE ADMISSION since 2016 (for at least three years, so go now!). The Hadid building itself is a marvel. The staff are friendly and dedicated. I can't imagine...More