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Hamilton, Ohio, emulates the wisdom of Pablo Picasso: “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life,” while embracing a small-town sense of community. Some cities keep their masterpieces in well-curated museums or on gallery walls, but Hamilton’s streets are sprinkled with intriguing sculptures and beautiful landmarks. As you savor sips at one of the region’s wineries, you’ll likely overhear locals talking about recent community theater productions brought to life on one of the city’s many stages. Book one of our hotels in Hamilton, OH, and join the conversation.
For a close look at what this city is all about—beauty and innovation—wander through the peaceful gardens at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park on the southeast edge of town. If the birdsong and soothing fountains don’t offer the perfect serenade to your daily meditations, the ebb and flow of the nearby Great Miami River will do. You’ll feel like traveling around the world as you peruse the works of over 30 international artists, each with a different style and story. Give into the urge, starting here and now.
Later, take your craving for creativity out for a night at the Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre or to the Fitton Center for Creative Arts, right by the river. Better yet, consider two nights of your getaway planned, since there’s no such thing as too much theater. Cap each night with comfort food in the German Village and plenty of shut-eye in one of the top Hamilton hotels. Or, pick up one of our Hamilton rental cars to follow the wisdom of Alicia Bridges, who sang, “I want to go where the people dance.” Just 32 miles to the south, you’ll kick up your heels on the dance floors of “The Queen City,” and rest up in the best hotels in Cincinnati.
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