Roll through the history of Cincinnati with the nation's largest full-motion urban layout in the Cincinnati History Museum. Cincinnati in Motion is a model of the city of Cincinnati from 1900 through the 1940s with working trains, streetcars and inclines, as well as interactive computer stations that bring Cincinnati's history to life. This permanent exhibit covers many of the city's neighborhoods, including the Riverfront and Downtown, Lunken Airfield, Coney Island, Over-the-Rhine, Mount Auburn, Ivorydale, Price Hill, the West End and Mt. Adams. Marvel at Cincinnati at 1/64 its actual size! Take a "ride" through Cincinnati in Motion!
Portions of Cincinnati in Motion have been moved to our offsite facility for safe storage during the restoration of Union Terminal. You can still visit the centerpiece of the exhibit, featuring the riverfront and downtown, which will remain in place until the Cincinnati History Museum closes June 30, 2016.
Photos and video by Nick Massa