WELCOME! The Price Hill Historical Society & Museum was formed to preserve the history of a unique area in the western hills of Cincinnati, Ohio. Once reached by an incline that carried passengers and cargo up the steep slope, Price Hill promised fresh air, suburban living, and tree-shaded walks. Today, the chiming bells of the trolley cars may be a distant memory, but Price Hill retains much of its turn-of-the-century charm. We celebrate the people, the neighborhood, and the history of Price Hill by publishing books, presenting community events, and serving as a resource to anyone who wants to know more about our history. Our meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month, except January and July, in our headquarters on Warsaw Avenue at 7 pm.

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, October 5, 2016.
Our speaker will be Erwin Erhardt III,

a member of our Board of Directors, who will talk
to us about The Age of the Dream Palace In Cincinnati,
which looks back on the great cinema houses
during the golden age of cinema.
Come to 3640 Warsaw Avenue at 7:00 PM, park in the Kroger's lot
across the street, and bring a snack to share.

Click HERE for more information about this and future meetings.

We are an all-volunteer and non-profit organization working to preserve the history and character of Price Hill. If you can,
please support our mission with monetary contributions. All donations are tax-deductible as we are a 501(c)(3) public charity.
You will receive a note confirming your contribution and our everlasting gratitude! Click on button to the right to donate.

Three Parts of One Neighborhood

East Price Hill covers 3 square mile, and has over 15,000 residents, according to the 2010 census. The region contains part of Mt. Echo Park, Wilson Commons and Olden View Park (all with stunning views of downtown and the river) as well as all of Glenway Woods, Glenway Park, Dempsey Playground and Mayfield Park. Its main streets are Glenway, Warsaw, and Elberon Avenues, as well as West 8th Street. Schools include Holy Family School, Rees E. Price Academy, Roberts Academy, and St. Lawrence School. In addition, East Price Hill is home to Cincinnati Christian University. New growth in the Incline District, anchored by the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater, brings new attention and vitality to the area.

Lower Price Hill is in the river valley to the southwest, comprising 0.57 square miles. It was known as Eighth and State until recently, getting that name from the major intersection at its center. The 2010 Census lists the population as 1217. The region includes part of Mount Echo Park, and the Lower Price Hill Historic District. The Lower Price Hill Historic District is a registered historic district, listed in the National Register on November 15, 1988. It is roughly bounded by West Eighth Street, State Street, Burns Street, and English Street. It is located just across the railroad tracks to the west of downtown Oyler is a community school serving students from preschool to grade 12.

West Price Hill covers 2.75 square miles and contains over 15,000 residents, according to the 2010 census. The region includes Rapid Run Park (which has some of the best snow-sledding slopes in Cincinnati), the Dunham Recreation Complex (which includes the Dunham Senior Center), Hendy Memorial Park, Miles Edwards Park, and Bruening Park. The area's main streets include Glenway and Sunset Avenues, Guerley, and Ferguson Roads, and Cleves-Warsaw Pike. A thriving business district centers on Prout's Corner at Glenway and Guerley, home of the iconic Price Hill Chili. Just up Glenway from Prout's Corner, is the renovated Covedale Cinema, which has become the headquarters for Cincinnati Landmark Productions.