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Lytle Park

Nestled into Cincinnati’s central business district, Lytle Park features a panorama of floral displays changing from tulips, magnolia and crabapple in the spring, to annuals and perennials in the summer and to annuals mixed with chrysanthemums in the fall.

The 2.31 acre park, bounded by Fourth and Lawrence Streets, is the original site of the Lytle family homestead, built in 1809 by General William Henry Lytle. The Park also features an 11-foot tall heroic bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln.

Address

Lytle Park

501 East 4th St. Cincinnati, OH 45202

Features

  • Playground
  • Comfort Station/Restrooms
  • Historic Feature/Public Art

Volunteerism

Volunteering is a rewarding way for citizens to be engaged in their favorite parks. Those who volunteer their time for Cincinnati Parks directly contribute to a more vibrant and healthy community.

Events and News

With 100+ events we host each year, there is something for everyone to come down and enjoy. Stay connected with us on social media for this week’s event list.

Park Wide Event Permits

Cincinnati Park’s regional and neighborhood parks are also available to host your event, party or gathering. With over 80 park locations and within easy walking or commuting distance of all 52 neighborhoods Cincinnati Parks are ideally suited to host all types of events.

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