Cincy Photo Walk 17: Findlay Street Art

June 18, 2022 9:00 AM

Street Art by @hera_herakut

This photo walk retraces part of the Street Car route, but focuses on the street art you can find around Findlay Market. These include quite a Few Blink murals as well as some Artswave and others.

With Blink returning this fall, it’s a good opportunity to check out the before, as I would imagine the area will be a target for some new murals.

Transit and Parking Information: The walk starts right near the Rhinegeist brewery, so you can park anywhere along the route and catch the free streetcar to the route start. There is also some street parking, and lots near Findlay. I’ll provide more details later.


Cincy Photo Walk 16: Camp Washington

Saturday, October 12th at 11:45 am we will start Cincy Photo Walk 16 in Camp Washington. Clink the link to go to the Facebook Event. We will meet at the corner of Bates and Colerain near the Happy Camper Mural.

This walk will coincide with the Made in Camp event that day that runs from 12-4.

Camp Washington is a community of Cincinnati bounded by the Mill Creek on the west, and Central Parkway on the east. The Western Hills viaduct marks it’s southern border, and the north ends where the Mill Creek and I-75 meet.

In addition to the iconic Camp Washington Chili, the community also is home to the American Sign Museum, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, a number of interesting murals, and many artists that will have open houses during the Made in Camp event.

It should make for a very interesting walk. The route will be about 2.5 miles with a mix of residential and industrial sites, as well as a park and the previously mentioned Museum. The museum is not free, but worth a visit if you want after the walk. It does have a number of cool signs outside of the museum.


Cincy Photo Walk 15: East Price Hill

Saturday, June 29th
7 PM – 9 PM

With two June walks (since I slid the last Saturday of May to first Saturday in June) I thought we could double up Price Hill. This will be up the hill in the incline district. Plan to start and finish at the Incline Public House. Those who wish to get lunch can go there to wrap up.

Went with an evening walk so that we would have the opportunity to get a good evening shot of the city, with the Cincinnati sign on the convention center.

There is a parking garage nearby, or you can look for street parking.


Cincy Photo Walk 14: Lower Price Hill

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Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 10 AM – 1 PM

This walk will explore Lower Price Hill. It will be one of the shortest and flattest walks so far.

We will meet at the parking lot for Education matters and follow a route through Lower Price Hill. Here is the tentative route. As always folks are free to adjust as we walk.


Sign up on the Event Page, or just show up.


Cincy Photo Walk 13: Walnut Hills

This walk will take place in Walnut Hills. The walk will include East McMillan, Gilbert, Park, and Taft. Check the discussion area for the tentative map. The area is undergoing a lot of change, and is an opportunity to check out an area of town that is experiencing a transition.

We will meet across at the 5 Point Alley mural on Gilbert, just south of Gomez Salsa Cantina.

This follows the typical Cincy Photo Walk formula, approximately 2 mile walk ending at a place for lunch. There are a number of good candidates, I am leaning towards Gomez Salsa Cantina- Walnut Hills near where the walk starts, but there is also Just Q’in BBQ and Fireside Pizza, depending on the desires of the group.

You can find more details on the Event on Facebook. Follow the Cincy Photo Walk page to keep up to date on upcoming events.


June 23rd, the 12th Photo Walk is going to cover Pendleton and the Prospect Hill neighborhood of Mt Auburn. We will start at Ziegler Park at 10:00 am, and walk north on Sycamore to Milton, down Milton to the steps from Liberty Hill to Reading. We will then return to Pendleton to walk through that neighborhood and end up at Lucius Q for a post walk lunch.

You check out the tentative map here:

Transit and parking info:There is some free parking on Sycamore north of Liberty, and there is a garage on Sycamore across from Ziegler Park.

RSVP on Google + or Facebook.


Cincy Photo Walk 11: West End

Next Saturday, May 19th we are having the 11th Cincy Photo Walk after a 3-year hiatus.

This one will travel the West End, including the potential future site of the FC Cincinnati stadium. Take the opportunity to check it out before some of the buildings are lost.

I have setup events on both G+ and Facebook. Sign up on either.

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Preliminary Route:



Cincy Photo Walk 10: Clifton

May 9, 2015, 10:00:00 AM

Third times a charm? Rain spoiled this weekend, Pig is next, so 5/9?

We are starting at Habanero’s, going down Ludlow to Burnett Woods entrance, through Burnett to MLK, and finally back down Clifton to end at Habanero’s for lunch.

There is street parking near by, but the Max, the Habenro’s owner gave us the thumbs up to park in the lot if you plan on going there for lunch afterwards. I plan on parking back in the lot, out of the way.

And in case it is not obvious from the previous paragraph, the after-walk is at Habanero’s.


Cincy Photo Walk 9: Oakley

Jul 12, 2014, 9:00:00 AM

See the notes for more details, including the route. We are going to start in the parking lot neat Maribelle’s, complete the loop, and use that restaurant as the wrap up location. I have not been there since they relocated, but remember liking it when they were on Kellogg.

Also, notice the date change, due to the Hyde Park Blast.


Cincy Photo Walk 8: Walk the Streetcar Route

We are going to meet at SCPA on the corner of Central an Race and walk the future Cincinnati Streetcar route. We will walk up Elm past Findlay, back down Race to Central, then over to Walnut, down to the banks, back up Main to 12th, and back to the start.This is the longest walk we have attempted at just over 3 miles. Feel free to come and abandon us after the OTR loop (we will pass right by the start again half way through. You can see the route here:

Transit and parking info:There is easy parking at Washington Park. The garage is under the park, and a block north of the start of the walk.

Sign up for the event on Google +.

Here is a shot I took from the North loop this Saturday: