The Betts House: An Historic Gem

The Betts House has been part of Cincinnati's history for over two hundred years. Built in 1804, it is located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city's West End. In 1996, the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati's period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place!

NEWS: 
-Thursday, August 18 is the last day of Construction for Kids: Build, Play & Learn, catch it before it's gone!

-After the exhibit is finished the house will be CLOSED August 19-30. Visit us in September, and look out for the exhibit, FotoFocus, coming October 1!

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