The biggest event in the month of October is obviously Halloween. However, Halloween is not the only thing taking place in Cincinnati in October. There are a lot of other events happening before the last day of the month, from museum exhibits to Halloween-themed fun for the kids.
Below, we provide some information about these events and why you should consider checking them out. If you or a loved one suffers a personal injury while taking part in one of these October events, contact one of our trusted personal injury lawyers in Cincinnati for a free consultation. You or your loved one may be entitled to compensation for the damages you have suffered.
Grand Opening Weekend At Cincinnati Music Hall
The historic Cincinnati Music Hall is having a Grand Opening Weekend on Oct. 5-6 to celebrate the reopening of this venue after it went through an extensive renovation.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra will be playing both nights starting at 8 p.m. The orchestra will be led by Louis Langree and will play a variety of pieces, including Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1 and Scriabin’s Poem of Ecstasy.
Tickets range from $15 to $120 and parking is available at Washington Park in the Town Center garage.
The Great Pumpkin Fest
If you are looking for fun for the kids, check out The Great Pumpkin Fest, a kid-friendly Halloween party hosted by Snoopy and characters from Peanuts. There will be live entertainment, mazes, trick-or-treating and a dance party.
The event takes place in Mason, Ohio, at Kings Island on every Saturday and Sunday of the month, beginning on Sept. 30. There is paid parking at the site and tickets are $31 or $48.
Mermaids & Pirates
Be sure to bring your children to the Newport Aquarium this month because it will have performers dressed as mermaids swimming among some of the sea life. Kids will also get the chance to meet some of the mermaids.
The aquarium will also have performers dressed as pirates stationed throughout the aquarium. Children will also get the chance to meet the pirates at the Stingray Hideaway.
The performers will be at the aquarium from Sept. 29 through Oct. 15. There is no extra charge to see them, as the cost is included in the price of admission.
There is parking in the garage and additional public lots within two blocks of the aquarium.
Jack O’lantern Junction
Make sure to bring your children to EnterTRAINment Junction in West Chester, Ohio, for Jack O’Lantern Junction, a Halloween-themed event that runs from Sept. 29 to Oct. 31.
Your kids can trick-or-treat in the largest indoor train exhibit in the world. The facility contains 25,000 square feet of model trains in an enormous and detailed layout. There is also an interactive replica of Coney Island and the American Railroading Museum where you can learn about locomotive history. There is also a pumpkin patch, outdoor train rides and a mirror maze.
Contact A Cincinnati Personal Injury Attorney Today
Unfortunately, a good time at a museum or another event in the downtown area can end quickly because of a personal injury caused by another party’s negligence.
If you are injured in an accident while you and your family are out enjoying yourselves, schedule a free, no obligation legal consultation with our experienced attorneys. We may be able to file a personal injury claim to obtain compensation for damages, such as medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.