Guided Walking Tours of Historical Mt. Adams
Take an Architreks guided walking tour of one of Cincinnati’s first suburbs and learn about the rich history and architecture of the Mt. Adams community.
Visit the famous Immaculata Church, site of the annual Good Friday Praying of the Steps pilgrimage, see the site of the birthplace of American Astronomy and the United States Weather Bureau and discover why Mt. Adams is known as the Birthplace of the American Wine industry.
See Rookwood Pottery, the Passionist Monastery, Cincinnati’s oldest irish pub, the site formerly traveled by Cincinnati’s last inclined plane railroad and hear why John Quincy Adams visited his namesake, Mt. Adams, in 1843.
Tours are now offered at 2pm on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the months May through October.
Cost of tours is $10 for adults and children are $5.
Guests meet the guide at The Sweetest Things Bakery & Cafe at the corner of Hatch Street and Louden Street. The address is 942 Hatch Street, 45202. For more information call Jim Steiner at 513-684-0101 to arrange a custom tour.