Cincinnati, City of Seven Hills

Cincinnati, Ohio in the US is home to Nutrien Family members working at Cincinnati Phosphate. Cincinnati is an easy-going town with a rich history, and lots of things to do!

All around the city, you can find important landmarks that show the city’s influence on American history. It was one of the first cities founded after the Revolutionary War. One that dominates the landscape is The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge. It spans the Ohio River on the state border with Kentucky. At the time of its construction, it was the longest bridge in the world! It was even a prototype for Roebling’s more well-known work on the Brooklyn Bridge. 

Several other landmarks are a must-see in the Cincinnati cityscape, like the Carew Tower which offers some of the best views of the city from its observation deck, over 180 murals that bring color to the streets, and churches and cathedrals that will impress any lover of architecture! Shoppers can enjoy the Over-the-Rhine district, and there’s something for everyone to learn in the Cincinnati Museum Center. 

Once you tour the city for its architecture, there are lots of great parks to relax in! Have a picnic in Eden Park, enjoy the water at Smale Riverfront Park, or even continue the history tour at the Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum. In the winter, there are nearby hills for skiing and snowboarding, too! In fact, Cincinnati’s nickname is, “The City of Seven Hills,” for its rolling terrain. 

If you’re planning on visiting Cincinnati, Ohio anytime, make sure to say hello to the staff of Cincinnati Phosphate. They’re working hard on feeding the future, and they continue to make us proud to call them part of the Nutrien Family!