Aug. 9 & 10, 2014
Did you know that in 1941, Union Terminal became home to the USO’s first Troops-In-Transit lounge? Or that in 1944, more than 34,000 people passed through the 106-foot-tall Rotunda daily? With more than 200 trains going in and out each day, Union Terminal truly was a "temple for transportation" for millions of passengers during the 1940s.
Join Cincinnati Museum Center and the Cincinnati History Museum on Aug. 9 and 10 as we relive Union Terminal’s heyday as a train station with our 1940s Living History Weekend!