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Fleischmann Gardens

This four-acre park features beautifully landscaped gardens and the largest ginkgo tree in the state. On the site of the home of Charles Fleischmann, founder of the Fleischmann Yeast Company, the park was given to the city in 1925 by his heirs and expanded in 1976. The Washington Avenue entrance is marked by ornamental iron gates topped with an old-fashioned gaslight fixture. A stone path leads down steps to an evergreen maze.

Address

Fleischmann Gardens

524 Forest Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45229

Features

  • Gardens/Botanical Features
  • Playground
  • Historic Feature/Public Art

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