How Cincinnati attractions got the green light to reopen after flooding

How Cincinnati attractions got the green light to reopen after flooding

The city of Cincinnati says it will reopen a number of attractions after a series of storms forced them to temporarily shut down.

The attractions include Cincinnati Zoo, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Biltmore House, the Cleveland Botanical Garden, and the Cincinnati Zoo Amphitheater.

The city says all of them are expected to reopen sometime next week.

The Cincinnati Zoo reopened Sunday after a weeklong closure due to flooding and other concerns.

The zoo says it has received the highest number of visitors in more than a decade.

The Cincinnati Art Museums has received a new temporary entrance, while the Baltimore Botanical Gardens has been closed and is back to its normal operation.

The Bilttern House was opened to the public Saturday and will reopen Monday.

The Cleveland Botanic Garden will reopen Tuesday and is expected to be open to the general public.

The Cleveland Zoo Amphitheatres is expected open for public tours this week.

For more on this story, go to www.cincygov.com/waterfalls/reopening-cincinnati-dome-and-diamonds/