Cincinnati Museum Center is your destination for a unique and inspiring Valentine’s Day

. February 2, 2014

CINCINNATI – Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and Cincinnati Museum Center is ready to make it one that you’re sure to remember. Skip the crowded restaurants and teddy bears and make this Valentine’s Day about having an unforgettable experience together.

With Cincinnati Museum Center’s Diana Gift Package, OMNIMAX® Club Card and Weekend of Royalty you can give a gift that will make memories that last longer than any bouquet of flowers.

Treat the special lady in your life like a princess and be inspired as you relive the incredible life of one of the 20th century’s most remarkable people. The award-winning exhibition Diana, A Celebration makes the final stop of its world tour at Cincinnati Museum Center and we’ve created the perfect date night for you and your valentine with our Diana Gift Package, available through February 13. You’ll get two adult Diana, A Celebration ticket vouchers, two audio guide vouchers, an exhibition catalogue and an ornament inspired by Diana’s wedding shoes.

And with special evening hours for the exhibition, you’ll have plenty of time to get primped and ready for your date. Diana, A Celebration is open until 8 p.m. all weekend. You won’t want to miss the final stop of this incredible exhibit, so grab your valentine and spend the evening together with Princess Diana for an experience you’re sure to talk about for years to come.

Travel the world together all year with the OMNIMAX® Club Card
Your date doesn’t have to end when you walk out of Diana, A Celebration. Our OMNIMAX® Theater will take you around the world and beyond in ways you’ve never seen. Take a trip together to the brilliant blue waters of the South Pacific in our OMNIMAX® Theater. Swim alongside a 30-foot whale shark, watch 20-foot manta rays float overhead and chow down with a sea turtle in our new film Journey to the South Pacific. And with the OMNIMAX® Club Card you can experience breathtaking adventures together all year long in our five-story domed theater. So make your date nights unlike any other and give an OMNIMAX® Club Card this Valentine’s Day for 12 months of unlimited access to Cincinnati Museum Center’s great OMNIMAX® films.

Treat your Valentine to a Weekend of Royalty
If one day just isn’t enough to spend with your valentine, Cincinnati Museum Center and Cincinnati Ballet can help you treat them like royalty all weekend. With the Weekend of Royalty not only will your valentine feel like a princess with tickets to Diana, A Celebration, you’ll also feel like her knight in shining armor at the world premiere of Cincinnati Ballet’s King Arthur’s Camelot.

The highlight of Cincinnati Ballet’s 50th Anniversary Season is the world premiere of King Arthur’s Camelot, February 13-16. The exhilarating legend of Camelot comes to life in a way you’ve never seen before – because it’s never been done as a ballet before. Come along on a mystical journey to another time and place where love and honor are at stake.The Weekend of Royalty includes a ticket to a performance of King Arthur’s Camelot and an adult ticket voucher to the exhibition Diana, A Celebration. You can schedule your Weekend of Royalty at

Tell us your Union Terminal love story!
This Valentine’s Day we want to showcase the sweetest moments that have ever happened in Union Terminal. Union Terminal has many romantic tales to tell and we want to share them all. So whether you welcomed home a hero from war, went on a fun date in the museum or had a lavish wedding in the Rotunda, we want to hear your story! Share it with us on our website at

Whether it’s your first Valentine’s Day together or your 50th, spend it together at Cincinnati Museum Center for an experience sure to delight your special valentine. Your memories together at Cincinnati Museum Center will remain bright and vivid long after the chocolates have been eaten, the roses have wilted and the jewelry has tarnished.

To plan your Valentine’s Day date night go to or call (513) 287-7001.

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