Architreks walking tours of Cincinnati neighborhoods start again on May 1.  This program features seven different programs that explore these historic districts and properties of significance. 

The program is run by the Cincinnati Preservation ­Associationwith the help of trained volunteers.  The private, nonprofit, membership organization serves the Greater Cincinnati community as the recognized resource and catalyst for the preservation of historic cultural resources. Their programs focus on education, advocacy, and technical support. Historic cultural resources include architectural and archaeological sites, historical public art and monuments and landscapes.

This year, a walking tour has been added of Walnut Hills and East Walnut Hills.  Other neighborhoods featured are Downtown Cincinnati (North and South tours), Mt. Adams, Over the Rhine East and West tours), Clifton, Findlay Market and the Brewery District and Northside and Cumminsville.  Tours last between 1-2 hours.

It's exciting to see is that each tour has local companies and organizations that sponsor the tours.  This certainly shows the kind of public-spirited support that makes our community strong!

For the exact times and dates for tours, see their website.