Top 50 historic Cincinnati sites named
More than 17,000 votes have been counted and the results are in. Here are the Cincinnati Preservation Associations's top 50 historic buildings in Cincinnati.
Executive Director Paul Muller says more than 150 buildings were nominated.
The Delta Queen topped the list with 2302 votes followed by the Administration Building at God's Bible School & College with 1725 votes.
The top 50 buildings will be highlighted in CPA's 50th anniversary exhibit this fall at the Cincinnati Museum Center. Muller says plans are in the works to highlight the second set of 50 at a later date.
Top Fifty Historic and Buildings and Sites Suggested by the Public: The Delta Queen God's Bible School and College Cincinnati Zoo Historic Structures The Cincinnati Observatory Cincinnati Union Terminal Music Hall Sorg Opera House John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge The Oaks The Belvedere Spring Grove Cemetery Taft Museum Laurel Court Elephant House at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Isaac Wise Temple The Wilson House Paramount building The Farmers Hotel Mrs. Trollope's Bazaar The Pierson House Krippendorf Water Tower and Lodge Krohn Conservatory Union Institute & University Emanuel Community Center Carew Tower Fountain Square / Tyler Davidson fountain Findlay Market -Over-the-Rhine Weston Flats Memorial Hall The Band Shell in Eden Park Elsinore Arch City Hall Wesleyan Cemetery Schwartz' Point Emery Theatre Hoadley-Wyant House Old Woodward high school on Sycamore Cincinnati Art Museum Dixie Terminal Former Art Academy Addition to CAM Crown Building Times Star Building Greenhills Universalist Church Alms Park Pavilion Lunken Airport The Germania Building Washington Park Arnold's Bar St Rose Church Second Fifty, Also Great Buildings and Sites! Verdin Bell Center Dayton Street Hyde Park Square 20th Century Theater Old St. George Brighton Bicycle Club Bellevue Hill Park Pavilion The Ingalls Building St. Peter in Chains Promont House PNC Tower/Central Trust Tower The Carnagie Center of Columbia Tusculum Taft Theatre The Gwynne Building Voice Of America Bethany Relay Station Laura O'Bryon's Farmhouse Old Cincinnati Public Library The Betts House Mt. Storm Park Grand Rotunda at Union Terminal The John Hauck House College Hill Town Hall Mirror Lake, Eden Park Mecklenburg Gardens Mother of God Church Serpentine Wall Mariemont Boat House Weilers Café Fulton/Fulton Mechanick’s/Presbyterian Cemetery Hoinke Bowling Lanes Wielert's Cafe Hartke Hardware - Xavier University Alumni Center Rookwood at Carew Tower Terrace Plaza Hotel Columbia/Tusculum Imperial Theater Vine Street Hill Cemetery Crosley's Pinecroft Price Hill Library Rauh House Metal Blast St. Francis Seraph Grammer's Bar The Cincinnati Astronomical Society Eastminster Presbyterian Church 18 Mulberry St, home of Christian Moerlein The Clock at the Museum Center Moline Ct Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church