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You’ll never see the neighborhood the same way again. Have a bite and learn a bit about the people who walked Walnut Hills before you, such as:

Horace Sudduth, the wealthiest Black Cincinnatian of his generation,
Lucy Stone, who shocked 1800s society by refusing to change her name after marriage,
Frank Robinson, Reds’ 1956 Rookie of the Year,
Harriet Beecher Stowe, a teacher and mom whose debut novel shocked the North into anti-slavery activism,
and more!

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Social Activity, Solo Activity, In Person

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beginner-friendly

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