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In the picturesque village of Mariemont, just minutes from downtown Cincinnati, sits The Mariemont Inn, a striking 1926 three-story, Tudor-style hotel. The village was founded in 1923 as a national exemplar in practical town planning by philanthropist Mary Emery, who had become discouraged by the increase in substandard living conditions in Cincinnati during the early 1900s. The community was her vision of an affordable, comfortable environment for working-class citizens. From its inception, the village has served as a model of community living, offering residents and visitors an abundance of activities within walking distance. In 2007, the village of Mariemont was designated a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior.

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Spend a day exploring the Cincinnati Museum Center, the Cincinnati Art Museum, and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.


Discover the amazing heritage of the Best Western Mariemont Inn.


Explore the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.


Stroll through the historic Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden.


Taste some Cincinnati-style chili when out exploring the city.

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