In the spring, Cincinnati's residents and visitors alike can experience the fun-filled atmosphere of the Great American Ball Park that overlooks the Ohio River and is home to the Major League Baseball team, the Cincinnati Reds. In the fall, football season can be enjoyed at its peak at Paul Brown Stadium, also along the river, which is home to the National Football League's Cincinnati Bengals. In the winter months, college basketball reigns supreme over sports enthusiasts, with the city's two NCAA Division I basketball teams, the University of Cincinnati Bearcats and Xavier University Musketeers, meeting in the annual Skyline Chili Crosstown Shootout.
It is widely believed that Cincinnati has not been completely experienced unless one has partaken in the city's famous fare. Skyline Chili, Graeter's Ice Cream, and Montgomery Inn's famous barbeque are the popular must-haves for anyone that finds themselves in the Greater Cincinnati area.
With 5,000 acres of parks, dozens of museums and galleries, major sporting events, and thousands of restaurants, Cincinnati is sure to please anyone of any age that lives in or visits the metropolitan area.