On Friday the weather was beautiful so I decided to take a drive down to Washington Park in downtown Cincinnati. The tulips in the park are in bloom so I ventured out to take some photos. It is easy to social distance because the downtown streets are empty but I still wore my mask as a precaution. The tulips did not disappoint and it was great to get out of the house for some fresh air and a walk in the park.
Washington Park is also home to Cincinnati Music Hall. Built in 1878 as a classical music performance hall, the building was designed by architect Samuel Hannaford and is considered one of the last and best examples of the Victorian Gothic Revival Style. It was designated a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of Interior in 1975.
Another fun fact is that many people have reported seeing ghosts at Music Hall and it has been selected as one of The Travel Channel’s Most Terrifying Places in America.