Cuf, Cincinnati Places

Part of our Cincinnati travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Cuf, including The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education, Adriatico's Pizza and Cincinnati Bearcats.
  • The best place in Cuf Cincinnati: The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education

    The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education

    3101 Clifton Avenue
    CHHE has a heart-wrenching and inspiring exhibit called Mapping Our Tears, which follows the stories of Cincinnatians involved in the resistance to Nazis and Holocaust survivors now living in Cincinnati. One part of the exhibit tells the tale of a local man, who after interrogating suspects to be tried at the Nuremberg Trials became U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg.
    Clifton food nearby
  • Adriatico's Pizza

    Adriatico's Pizza

    113 W McMillan St
    We are dedicated to delivering the best pizza in Cincinnati right to you! From our fluffy crust, to our perfectly balanced sauce, or our fresh veggies... you know its Adriatico's! Page created & updated by
  • Cincinnati Bearcats

    2700 Varsity Way
    The University of Cincinnati has a strong tradition in basketball and an emerging tradition in football. The two-time national champion basketball team plays their games at Fifth Third Arena, located inside a structure known as the Shoemaker Center. The football team plays at Nippert Stadium, nicknamed the "Wriggly Field" of college football, and is the fifth oldest stadium in college football. Football tickets are $25-$35.
    Cuf restaurants nearby
  • Cilantro Vietnamese Bistro

    Cilantro Vietnamese Bistro

    235 W McMillan St
    Healthy, affordable, authentic Vietnamese food located in the heart of Clifton. Eat fresh, eat clean, eat often.
  • Yogurt Vi

    Yogurt Vi

    226 Calhoun St
    The ultimate self-serve frozen yogurt experience!
  • Currito Burritos Without Borders

    Currito Burritos Without Borders

    222 Calhoun St
    Currito: Burritos Without Borders. The cure for the common burrito. You don't need common. Follow us on Twitter:
  • Bellevue Hill Park

    Bellevue Hill Park

    2191 Ohio St
    Bellevue Hill Park, owned and operated by the Cincinnati Park Board, is a city park in the neighborhood of Clifton Heights in Cincinnati, Ohio on Ohio Avenue. The park consists of 15 acres, part of which is leased to the city by the University of Cincinnati. The park has a baseball field, shelter, picnic areas, playgrounds and restrooms. The park can be seen in the video It's Not My Time by 3 Doors Down when they are standing on the spiderweb stage high above Downtown Cincinnati.
    Cuf food nearby
  • Nippert Stadium

    Nippert Stadium

    2700 Bearcats Way
    Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio, is the University of Cincinnati's football stadium, home to their Bearcats football team in rudimentary form since 1901, and as a complete stadium since 1924, making it the fourth oldest playing site and fifth oldest stadium in college football.
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  • Fifth Third Arena

    Fifth Third Arena

    2700 O'Varsity Way
    Fifth Third Arena is a 13,176-seat multipurpose arena in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. The arena opened in 1989 and is located on the campus of the University of Cincinnati. It primarily serves as the home venue for the Cincinnati Bearcats men's basketball, women's basketball, and women's volleyball teams and hosts other events. It is located in the Myrl H. Shoemaker Center, which was also the name of the arena until 2005, when it was named for Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank. It is still popularly known as "The Shoe."
    Cuf restaurants nearby
  • The Clifton House B & B

    500 Terrace Ave
    Clifton House is a historic building located at 473 Bethlehem Pike in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania.
  • Marge Schott Stadium

    Marge Schott Stadium

    99 W Corry St
    The University of Cincinnati is a comprehensive public research university in Cincinnati, in the U.S. state of Ohio, and a part of the University System of Ohio.
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  • Burnet Woods

    Burnet Woods

    Clifton Ave
    Burnet Woods, owned and operated by the Cincinnati Park Board, is an 89.3-acre city park in Cincinnati, Ohio. The neighborhoods of Clifton and University Heights bound the park on three sides, while the University of Cincinnati west campus forms the souther border. Burnet Woods is bounded by Martin Luther King Drive on the south, Bishop Street on the east, Jefferson and Ludlow Avenues on the north, and Clifton Avenue on the west. Two streets — Brookline Avenue and Burnet Woods Drive — also pass through the park. The original park area was purchased by the city in 1872, with additional purchases made in 1881 and since. In 1875 an artificial lake was added. The park contains a bandstand constructed in 1911, The Lone Star Pavilion, Diggs Fountain Plaza, a playground area and the Trailside Nature Center.
    Clifton restaurants nearby
  • Krishna


    313 Calhoun St
  • Thai Express

    Thai Express

    213 W McMillan St
  • Corbett Auditorium

    Corbett Auditorium

    Corbett Dr
  • Days Inn

    2880 Central Pkwy
  • CCM Dance Division

    3730 Corbett

    2151 Central Ave.
  • American Jewish Periodical Cntr

    3101 Clifton Ave
  • MainStreet Cinema

    MainStreet Cinema

    Tangeman University Ctr2766 UC Main St
  • E.T. Carson Masonic

    E.T. Carson Masonic

    218 Ludlow Ave
  • The Mad Frog

    The Mad Frog

    1 E McMillan St
  • Travelodge

    3244 Central Pkwy
  • Daap Galleries

    Daap Galleries

    2624 Clifton Ave
  • Richard E. Lindner Varsity Village

    Richard E. Lindner Varsity Village

    2751 O'Varsity Way
  • Parker House Bed & Breakfast In Clifton

    2323 Ohio Ave
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