Carriage House Open House!

See history in the re-making at Clifton’s historic McDonald Estate Carriage House. The two-story stone carriage house is all that remains of the historic, Hannaford-designed estate home built in the 1880’s for Alexander McDonald, entrepreneur and supporter of Cincinnati’s arts, culture and education.

First Time Open To The Public In Over 40 Years.
Total renovation to be complete in 2007 as Phase One of the visionary new Clifton Cultural Arts Center. Phase Two to include complete renovation of the 1906 Clifton School. See it before – so you can appreciate it after.

Activities for the whole family

  • Guided Tours
  • Artists at Work
  • Musical Performances
  • Snacks & Refreshments
  • Pumpkin Decorating
  • Face Painting
  • Art Activities
  • Mounted Patrol

Admission Is Free – Bring A Friend
For more information, call (513) 497-2860 or email: info@cliftonculturalarts.org.

Directions
Enter through pedestrian gates at end of Wood Avenue east off Middleton Avenue.



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