• A Tour of Biblical Proportions Tour

  • Let Ohio Travel Treasures create your own unique and totally different tour that will be BEYOND BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS.  Your tour will be completely customized and can include:

  • The Ark Encounter

    BRAND NEW ATTRACTION - Opened July 2016!  This full sized replica of Noah’s Ark (510 feet long and more than 50 feet tall-before the “fin” is added—four floors) is a massive wooden structure; the largest wooden timber structure IN THE WORLD!  The Ark includes hundreds of different displays, Noah’s study, living quarters, exhibits, cages, storage vessels, props recreations of how Noah and his family may have lived, animals and even an animatronics version of Noah that will answer questions. Petting zoo, amphitheater with shows and additional educational productions throughout.

  • The Creation Museum

    This 70,000 square foot “walk through history” museum is an alternative to the evolutionary natural history museums. See how its interpretation of the Bible—“the history book of the universe”—provides an account of the beginning of all things. Guests will take a journey through a visual presentation of the history of the world, based on its 7 C’s of History - Creation, Corruption, Catastrophe, Confusion, Christ, Cross and Consummation, where they will discover an interpretation of how science confirms biblical history.

  • Garden of Hope

    Tucked away across the river from Cincinnati, on top of a hill that is cut by interstate I-75 in Northern Kentucky, is a hidden gem of hope. Developed by a minister who preached the eulogy at the funeral of John Dillinger. After a trip to Palestine in 1938, Rev Morris Coers conceived the idea of "bringing a bit of the fragrance of that holy place" to America. Overlooking Cincinnati, the garden now includes replicas of the tomb where Jesus was buried, a carpenter shop like the one Joseph worked in, and a Spanish chapel, as well as large boulders from the River Jordan.

  • Cruise with Contemporary Gospel Music

    Enjoy a cruise with a meal function and music that is sure to get your hands clapping and feet tapping!! Songs such as, “Put your Hand in the Hand,” “ How Great Thou Art”, “I Believe”, “You will never walk alone”, “Go tell it on the Mountain” and so many others. ALL OF this while enjoying the scenery that is ever changing on both sides of the river.

  • “Talk to the Animals” Bob Ford—Folklore and Fun

    This lighthearted performance will be told in folk stories and songs from around the world. Sing-a-long with favorites like “The Unicorn ”, “All of Gods Critters got a place in the Choir”, “Down by the Riverside”, “Froggie went a courtin'”, Everything is Beautiful”, “Gonna Build a Mountain”, lesser known songs from world cultures. Instruments will include banjo, guitar, tin whistle and Indian flute. All will combine to create a fun-filled interactive performance.

  • Beau Verre Stained Glass Studio

    Enjoy a guided tour of BEAU VERRE STUDIOS located in a restored turn of the century building in the heart of Middletown, Ohio. Walk among period Arts & Crafts furniture, and take in all the beautiful glass creations from the BeauVerre - Riordan artisans and WATCH the masters at work creating stained glass windows.   The visitors art gallery contains     works from many area artists: including, Sculptures, Paintings & Jewelry.

  • Dine in an Old Historic Church

    Newly renovated, historic church constructed in 1850 amidst the burgeoning Over-the-Rhine brewing industry.  Formerly known as St. Paul’s Evangelical Church, it was once the oldest protestant parish in the Queen City.

  • Tour the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption

    A scaled down replica of the Cathedral Notre Dame, in Paris.  This recently refurbished architectural beauty features a gothic design with gargoyles and flying buttresses. Among its 82 stained glass windows, are a Rose window, larger than the one at Notre Dame, and the largest stained glass window in the world. The Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption is one of only 35 minor basilicas in the United States and is considered the most beautiful.