The Cincinnati’s International Friendship Park – Everything You Need to Know About It!
International Friendship Park, named after Theodore M. Berry, Cincinnati’s first African American mayor, is a public park along with the Ohio River, just east of Downtown Cincinnati. Park is open to the public over weekends and holidays.
The Park, slightly over 22 acres in size, is notable for its long and thin shape, inspired by a child’s friendship bracelet. It has two interconnecting paths that lead visitors through five separate gardens that honor international peace and friendship.
The International Friendship Park itself, completed in 2003, is a beautiful spot for strolling, riding, or dog-walking in the fresh air.