Art Inspires Life

I recently got to experience the beauty of the Cincinnati Art Museum. I was enveloped in the whimsy and found beauty in individual pieces that spoke to and inspired me.

Tara Rapoport (10) in front of “Orange, Blue, Brown on Maroon” by Mark Rothko, painted in 1963. The medium used is oil on canvas.

Lily Savage, Staff Reporter

The Cincinnati Art Museum is a hidden gem nestled in scenic Eden Park, with pieces from modern and contemporary to classic and baroque. It’s a whimsical, winding maze that definitely calls for a day trip. I highly encourage the readers to experience it for yourself, but this piece takes a small tour of the museum’s treasures that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home.



953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202


The museum is open Tuesday-Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. They are closed on Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day.


Museum parking is free!


Museum admission is always free. Special exhibit tickets range from free (ages 5 and under) to 10$

Special Details

  • Backpacks are not allowed inside the museum. Lockers are provided for backpacks and additional bags!
  • Non-Flash Photography is welcomed!
  • There is a cafe and gift shop included in the building