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Covington, the largest city in Northern Kentucky, is known for the redevelopment of its river front, skyline and urban core. It is a vital and creative city, just steps across the Ohio River from downtown Cincinnati. Below are some of the prime attractions of this vibrant community.

The Arts
Between the formation of Covington's Arts District and existing creative venues, you'll never find more art to appreciate! The CARNEGIE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER is a multidisciplinary arts venue for all ages. THE BAKER HUNT ART AND CULTURAL FOUNDATION is available for classes in pottery, photography and more...
www.bakerhunt.com | www.thecarnegie.com

Walk over to MainStrasse from your new condo and leave your car behind! Don't miss the dozens of corner bars, restaurants and shops where you'll be sure to find a friendly face. MainStrasse retains its authentic German Village feel with its cobblestone, tree-lined streets. Annual festivals include: Maifest, Oktoberfest, Mardi Gras and of course Goetta Fest... Each month partake in First Friday Gallery Hop and Second Sunday Antiques Marketplace (seasonal)...
www.mainstrasse.org | www.secondsundayantiques.com

The Basilica of the Assumption Cathedral in Covington
The Basilica is a splendid replica of Notre Dame Catholic Church, and features gargoyles and flying buttresses. Go for a tour and marvel at the murals, hand blown stained glass windows and the French gothic detail.

Devou Park
Devou Park has the BEST view of any point in the Greater Cincinnati area! Nestled in a secluded 600 acre area overlooking the Ohio River and the Cincinnati Skyline, there is more to do here than anywhere else you will find! Visit the Drees Pavilion, the Behringer-Crawford Museum, book a tee time on the golf course, listen to the Symphony in the band shell, or enjoy the playgrounds, tennis courts and walking and biking trails.
www.bcmuseum.org | Golf Course www.landrumgolf.com

Take a short road trip to Lexington or Louisville, both are less than 100 miles away.

Renaissance Covington
Renaissance Covington, Inc. is a 501(C) 3 nonprofit organization that was created for the purpose of revitalizing downtown Covington. The goal is to make downtown economically viable by capitalizing on our rich stock of historic buildings while identifying ways to meet the needs of our contemporary society. Renaissance Covington follows the Main Street four-point approach, which includes design, organization, promotion, and economic restructuring.
Design: Enhancing the physical appearance of downtown by rehabilitating historic buildings, encouraging supportive new construction, adhering to design guidelines, and upgrading public spaces. Organization: Building consensus and cooperation among the many groups and individuals who have a role in this revitalization process. Promotion: Marketing the traditional commercial district's assets to customers, potential investors, new businesses, local citizens, and visitors. Economic Restructuring: Strengthening the district's existing economic base while finding ways to expand it to meet new opportunities and challenges from outlying development. For more information call: (859) 292-2166.

Covington Arts District
In January of 2005, the plans for the development of the Covington Arts District where presented to the public and approved by the Covington City Commission in May. It is a plan for economic rebirth, community revitalization, and more importantly, a catalyst for an increased presence of artists and all types of art in our city.
The City has devised a strategy for development of a district that is distinctly unique to Covington. Three areas have been designated in the Arts District and include the Covington Arts and Technology Zone (CATZ), the Covington Artists Residential District (CARD), and the Covington Cultural Heritage District (CCHD). A set of incentives have been designed by the city to meet the goals of each particular area. Many of these may be used in conjunction with the great incentives package the city's Economic Development and Housing Departments already have available. www.covingtonarts.com

Covington Wedding District
The City of Covington, The Madison Event Center, and other retailers have partnered to create the Covington Wedding District. The much-anticipated retail district is nestled in historic downtown Covington and offers on-stop shopping for couples planning their wedding day. The District offers everything a couple needs to ensure "the perfect day." From the proposal to the tossing of the bouquet, your every need can be met. Fabulous Bridal offers three floors of beautiful wedding gowns, bridal party attire, and every accessory imaginable. Bridal Connection cocktail parties are held the first Wednesday of every month from 5:30 - 7:30pm at The Madison South. The Wedding Mall houses several independent retailers serving wedding customers.
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