Lebanon Cincinnati

Located in Warren County, Lebanon is known for beautiful Victorian homes and updated farm houses with acres of rolling green space. Cozy antique stores and historical restaurants mixed in with major banks and hospitals give the city of Lebanon a wonderful mix of old and new. Lebanon features immediate access to I-71, and I-75 is just minutes away. Located just 29 miles northeast of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Airport is only an hour away. Professional baseball and football, and the Cincinnati Symphony, Opera and Ballet are within a 30 minute drive. Kings Island Amusement park is minutes away, sure to bring hours of entertainment through the summer and fall. Lebanon is also home to the country’s largest YMCA. It boasts: three basketball gyms, two weight rooms, , three indoor pools, one outdoor pool, tennis courts, baseball fields, racquetball courts, preschool and daycare, gymnastics center, indoor turf soccer field, outdoor soccer fields, aerobics room, senior citizen center, two waterparks, sports medicine center, rock climbing wall, two indoor tracks, outdoor track, acres of forest and trails, pond, outdoor skate park, outdoor playground, locker rooms, outdoor volleyball, and flag football fields. . Lebanon is also home to the historical Golden Lamb restaurant. Built in 1815, The Golden Lamb has seen its share of prominent guests, notably, Charles Dickens and 12 U.S. Presidents: William Henry Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, John Quincy Adams, Martin Van Buren, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, Warren G. Harding, William Howard Taft, Ronald Regan, and George W. Bush.