Get the Scoop on Cincinnati's Vice on the Saloons, Cellars & Sin TourArnold's Bar and Grill (210 East 8th Street Cincinnati, OH 45202)
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The last date listed for Saloons, Cellars & Sin Tour was Saturday September 1, 2012 / 1:00pm.
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Goldstar Member Tips
Very casual, wear comfortable shoes.
Enjoyed eating at Arnolds in the garden.
3 Goldstar Member Reviews
Written on Aug 27 2012
Our guide was an exceptional storyteller. We really felt we got into about 100 years of Cincinnati history!
Written on Aug 13 2012
An excellent tour of of the seedy side of our beautiful city. This was the second tour that we have taken, Mike is very informed and helped me to learn things about Cincinnati that I couldn't imagin!
Written on Aug 06 2012
Thought Mike was a good tour leader. Learned a lot about Arnolds and the surrounding neighborhood. Would recommend it to Cincinnatians and tourists visiting the city.
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Attendees will hear about the inside history of Cincinnati’s oldest saloon, the crime and corruption that helped shape Cincinnati, the Courthouse Riot that left city streets strewn with dead, and travel forty feet below the street into a huge sub-basement cellar that once stored beer and perishable goods shipped in on the Miami & Erie Canal.
Michael Morgan, President of Queen City History & Education Ltd. has designed the tour and gives many of them personally. Morgan is the author of Over-the-Rhine: When Beer Was King, a book that chronicles the impact of German immigration and beer production on Cincinnati; and he is currently working on a book about Arnold’s Bar & Grill.
About the Ticket Supplier: Queen City History & Education
Queen City History & Education celebrates the City of Cincinnati through Tours, Lectures & Educational Seminars and the sale and publication of original written works such as the award-winning "Over-the-Rhine: When Beer Was King."