Join the AFC for a behind-the-scenes construction tour of Union Terminal!

Union Terminal is arguably the finest work of architecture in the greater Cincinnati area. Completed in 1933, the Art Deco building was designed by Fellheimer & Wagner in conjunction with Roland Wank & Paul Cret, and was widely recognized as one of the finest examples of Art Deco train stations in the US. While it only served its original purpose for a limited time as rail travel declined in the US, the building was beloved from its beginning and became an important symbol of Cincinnati. The community has worked diligently over the last 50 years to find the right use for the building to allow its continued viability and avoidance of the wrecking ball. As the home of the Cincinnati Museum Center, it has found that purpose, and the current renovations will allow it to be an important part of Cincinnati’s cultural community well into the future.

Please click the link below to register. A maximum of 50 participants will be admitted, so register today to be certain you don’t miss this great opportunity!

Location:        1301 Western Ave.

Date:              November 9, 2017

Time:              4:30 pm

Duration:       1.5 hours

Tickets:          $20 for non-members; free for AFC members

Maximum 50 participants