Arts & Culture
If you can’t find it in Loveland, you are sure to find any arts and culture outlet in Cincinnati, just 20 miles away. From plays and musicals to ballets and symphonies, you can experience it all right here. Be sure to experience the renowned Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, Playhouse in the Park, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati, and the top-ranked College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati.
The Cincinnati experience doesn’t end with the arts. The city is blessed with a number of cultural organizations, including the Natural History Museum, Children’s Museum, Art Museum, Contemporary Art Museum, and Fire Museum.
Cincinnati marks the beginning of baseball, and the Cincinnati Reds are a local treasure. The entire baseball season begins with a game at the Great American Ball Park. Cincinnati is also home to the NFL Cincinnati Bengals.
For summer fun, head to Kings Island Amusement Park or Coney Island.
Need to get to an Apple Store, Nordstrom, or Target? There are many shopping areas close to Loveland and if you can think of it, you can find it at one of these locations:
- Harpers Point
- Kenwood Towne Centre
- Rookwood Commons
- Eastgate Mall
Two outlet malls are within reach as well: Prime Outlets in Jeffersonville and Premium Outlets in Monroe.
The City of Loveland was formally designated as Buckeye Trail Town on April 22, 2017.
The Farmers' Market is open 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays.
From art and action to great food and sweet treats, Loveland’s Historic District has it all!
The city offers free public Wi-Fi in the downtown area.