This morning I had the chance to participate in a photo walk at the Cincinnati Museum Center. I captured a ton of photos during the behind-the-scenes tour and am sharing them below. Two things stood out during this tour: 1) Cincinnati Museum Center is a gem and an amazing piece of art deco history. We are truly lucky to have it in Cincinnati 2) It needs some TLC. From water damage above the rotunda to cracks in it’s brick exterior and ancient windows, it needs some attention.
Union Terminal, where Cincinnati Museum Center lives, was originally built in 1933 and served as a train station. It wasn’t until 1990 that is it opened as Cincinnati Museum Center. Learn more about where these photos where taken inside of the Cincinnati Museum Center:
- Union Terminal: (http://www.cincymuseum.org/unionterminal)
- High Steel Tour (http://www.cincymuseum.org/programs/heritage)
- Tower A (http://www.cincymuseum.org/unionterminal/tower-a)
Thanks to Kevin D. for providing the links.