Lebanon: Living Well in The Cedar City

Lebanon is a moderately-sized city on the outskirts of Cincinnati, Ohio. Formally established in 1802 by European settlers, Lebanon was named after the Biblical city known for its juniper and cedar trees. To this day, Lebanon is known as "The Cedar City" for its beautiful landscaping and public lush grounds. Lebanon is home to a number of landmarks and attractions, including the historic Golden Lamb Inn, which has been visited by 12 presidents, as well as the Glendower Historic Mansion, the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad, and the Countryside YMCA— the largest YMCA facility in the United States. Lebanon is just over 30 miles northeast of Cincinnati, where you’ll find world-class dining, entertainment, and recreation. The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, Newport Aquarium, Coney Island Amusement Park, and the Cincinnati Art Museum are just a few of the area's favorite attractions among locals and tourists alike. The city also boasts several trendy neighborhoods, such as Over-The-Rhine and Mount Adams, where residents enjoy urban cafes and bars, unique shopping, art galleries, and more.