Combine the Fab Four with a fab photographer for sometimes intimate,
always interesting insights on how the Beatles made history in
Cincinnati in the 1960s at Covington's Behringer-Crawford Museum
The museum's current exhibit, Cincinnati Meets the Beatles, includes
Baer's amazing black-and-white photos as well as memorabilia from the
band's visit Cincinnati Gardens.
"You not only get to get a visual tour though the Beatles history as a
musical group, but also get the details of their journey through the
Tri-state," says Sarah Siegrist, assistant director for the
As if the Beatles weren't enough to lust over, the museum also features a
fully restored streetcar that Siegrist says is in perfect working
order. "If we still had the right tracks, it would run tomorrow." Just
not in downtown Cincinnati.
. The museum always needs volunteers to lead tours and help keep displays in working order.
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. Donations are always needed to help fund construction and provide admissions to families in need.
. "We've always said we're the best kept secret in the city," Siegrist says. "We want to be the worst kept secret."
By Ryan McLendon
Photo courtesy Behringer-Crawford Museum