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Speakers

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SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Speakers

Speakers
SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Speakers

Speakers
SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Speakers

Speakers
SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Speakers

Speakers
SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Speakers

Speakers
SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Speakers

Speakers
SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Speakers

Speakers
SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Speakers

Speakers
SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Speakers

Speakers
SpeakersThe Betts House has been part of Cincinnati’s history for over 200 years. Built in 1804, the house is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We are located in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the city’s West End. In 1996 we opened to the public as a museum that interprets the built environment. This remarkable survivor of Cincinnati’s period of settlement offers exhibits and programs on architecture, historic preservation, building trades and materials, and construction technologies. We invite you to visit this special place! Open Wed, Fri, Sat 12pm-5pm.best recipes in the world.Shop

Periodically, the Betts House can provide a speaker for your organization! Our staff have given presentations to the Cincinnati Women’s Club, Delhi Historical Society, Ft. Thomas Lions Club, Hawthorne Club, Miles Greenwood Society, Price Hill Historical Society, Starfire, and the Westwood Historical Society. Contact us for details.