Lost Cincinnati at the Heritage Village Museum

August 6, 2019  |  Member News - Events

Lost Cincinnati

Aug. 13, 2019 12 p.m.

SHARONVILLE, Ohio –Author, Jeff Suess will present “Lost Cincinnati” at Heritage Village Museum and provide an opportunity to rediscover many of Cincinnati’s lost treasures! Cincinnati earned its nickname of “Queen City of the West” with a wealth of fine theaters and hotels, a burgeoning brewery district, and the birth of professional baseball. With the development of the city and passage of time, many of these treasures vanished. However, if we look closely, we can see how each left their mark for us to see today. We welcome you to revisit the favorite locales from old Coney Island to Crosley Field. Join author Jeff Suess as he delves into the mystery and legacy of Cincinnati’s lost landmarks and highlights some places that need to be preserved. Admission is $5 or free for museum members and children under the age of 4. You may bring your own lunch. Cookies and drinks will be provided.


Jeff Suess is the author of “Lost Cincinnati,” “Hidden History of Cincinnati,” “Cincinnati Then and Now,” and “AAC 150” on the Art Academy of Cincinnati. He is the librarian of the Cincinnati Enquirer, where he keeps the newspaper archive and writes about Cincinnati history. He regularly does presentations on local history.


Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center is located inside Sharon Woods Park, behind the Sharon Centre at 11450 Lebanon Rd. Sharonville, Ohio 45241. A Great Parks of Hamilton County parking permit may be required. Enter through Sharon Centre.


For more information call 513-563-9484 or visit


Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center is operated by Historic Southwest Ohio (HSO), a private, non-profit organization that owns and operates the buildings and collections of Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center. Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center is a picturesque gathering of 13 authentic historical buildings that represent various aspects of family life during the 1800s. These buildings include historic homes, a train station, a doctor’s office, a general store and a church. Annual memberships are available to Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center. Members of the Village are granted free admission to the museum during regular operating hours, free admission to all special events, as well as many other benefits.