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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get to a Reds/Bengals game or the US Bank Arena?

Southbank Shuttle bus stops are located on Third Street in front of the Levee that will take you over the Taylor-Southgate bridge. You may also walk across the Taylor-Southgate Bridge to your destination.

Does the Levee offer horse carriage rides?

Yes. Horse Carriage Rides near the Levee are provided by Elegant Carriages. For more information, you can call Jim Macke at (859) 750-4995.

How do I book my band at the Levee?

Music and entertainment are an important part of the experience at Newport on the Levee. For more information regarding the booking of entertainment, please send your information and demo to maryd@newportonthelevee.com. The Levee receives a great deal of these requests, so please be patient in waiting for a response.

How do I request a donation for my charitable organization?

Please visit our Charitable Donations page for more information.

How can I get a job at the Levee?

We are not able to be involved in our tenants’ hiring schedules and thus we are usually not aware when they are hiring until they contact us to place those listings on their tenant page of the website.

Does the Levee allow scavenger hunts?

The Levee Management office has an approved list of scavenger hunt questions and answers. Only those groups using this list and pre-approved by the Levee Management office are permitted to conduct scavenger hunts. Please contact the Marketing Department at 859-815-1387 or 859-815-1389.

 

Does the Levee have a designated shuttle that runs to the Horseshoe Casino in downtown Cincinnati?

The Levee does not have a designated shuttle to the casino but the TANK bus system can take you via two routes.

According to the TANK website, bus numbers 11 and 25 come within two blocks of the new casino and can be picked up at the stop to the west of BRIO Tuscan Grill.

The Southbank Shuttle, which picks you up at the stops in front of the Levee, takes you to the Downtown Cincinnati Transit center (Government Square) and then you can transfer to Cincinnati Metro Bus 3, 4 or 43 to the front door of the casino.

For more route information and maps, please visit www.tankbus.org.