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Cincinnati Travel Guide

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Anderson Ferry, built in 1817, is the sole ferry surviving in Cincinnati. On Anderson Ferry Road, the ferry is 6 mi west of downtown. A popular alternative for the rush hour crowd, the ferry is also a good way to get a more intimate view of the river than you would get going over a bridge. Rates are $3 per car, and the hours vary, but are generally during daylight hours.

Ferry Lines

Anderson Ferry. Ohio Dock: Anderson Ferry Rd., 6 mi west of downtown, Cincinnati, OH. 859/586–5007. Office and Kentucky Dock:, 4030 River Rd.

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