“Plenty of places for a picnic”
This two-block long shady park has fountains, plenty of seating for downtown picnics, and WiFi access. It’s got the only equestrian statue in the city (that of North Bend, Ohio settler and 9th U.S. President William Henry Harrison). Nearly 200 years old now, Piatt Park is a treasured oasis in downtown Cincinnati.
Grab some food to go on Court Street and walk over to Piatt Park. As other areas of downtown such as Fountain Square and the riverfront have been revitalized, people often forget about the beautiful tree-lined Piatt Park. There's a reason so many couple still take their engagement pictures right here in this pretty little park.
Court Street is a great place to eat without a long wait. This is a beautiful walk if you have to cut across town and have some options. Reminds me of a mini Commonwealth Ave in Boston though there's not more besides benches and greenery.
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- Sun - Sat: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm
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