Before they stuff themselves with Cincinnati’s famous chilidogs, students have the opportunity to do some sightseeing in this modern metropolis. It’s vibrant and evolving downtown area, it’s claim to fame as the place where baseball started, and it’s eclectic music and arts scene draws people in from all over the world. Historical landmarks like Harriet Beecher Stowe House, The Heritage Village Museum, and the Great American Ballpark allow students to experience a side of history not always covered in history books. The Cincinnati Skyline provides an excellent backdrop for selfies, and breathtaking bridges like the Roebling Suspension Bridge gives students a way to see the city from a totally different perspective. Cincinnati has a unique way of combining the big city feel with peaceful suburbs, and a trip to Cincy, as the locals affectionately call it, is one that students won’t ever forget.