The city of Cincinnati is a tourist magnet and one of the largest in the United States.
As a result, many of the city’s attractions are known for their nudity.
But there are a few places that are off limits to the public.
One of those places is the Cincinnati Zoo, which is home to a large collection of animals.
But the Cincinnati Zoological Society (CZS), which runs the zoo, says that it has no plans to open up its doors to the general public.
“We’re very open about the fact that we don’t condone nudity in the zoo,” says Dr. James F. Johnson, the CZS’s senior director of animal health and veterinary services.
“As long as it’s not the kind of activity that would cause a health concern for us.”
So what happens if you’re a tourist?
The CZLS said it would make a decision about the zoo’s future “immediately” and wouldn’t discuss specific plans or plans for its future.
“The CZSL does not condone nudity,” Johnson says.
“If you have a problem with it, we’re always open to discussing it.”
The zoo’s decision may be influenced by the public outcry over the zoo shooting death of a 17-year-old boy, Andrew Lutz, in June.
Andrew’s parents have been outspoken about their concern that the Cincinnati zoo would not allow a naked female bear to live at the zoo.
But CZSA officials said they would not rule out allowing an outdoor viewing area if the zoo did not allow it.
So do Cincinnati attractions like the Cincinnati Riverfront and the city-owned Cincinnati Zoo have to be nude or will they still be open to the community?
Cincinnati attractions have to comply with the citywide policy.
According to the city, “Visitors should refrain from exposing themselves to, or engaging in sexual activity with, other persons, including other persons in the public, in the parks, at any of the public functions, and on the Cincinnati riverfront, or at any other public place.”
In addition, if an animal is kept in a cage or enclosure, visitors should not leave it unattended, or leave any food or drink unattended.
“While we are open to hearing from anyone who is concerned about a specific exhibit or activity, we are not a public health agency,” Johnson said.
“This includes, but is not limited to, visitors who are concerned about their health or safety.”
So will you have to dress for the city?
There are rules about what you can and cannot wear at the Cincinnati parks, and you can be fined or face a citation for any infraction.
And as of January 1, 2018, visitors will have to wear a mask at all times.
However, some attractions will still be accessible to the entire public, like the city and zoo.
The Cincinnati Zoo has an extensive list of rules about safety at the Zoo, and the Cincinnati Parks & Recreation Department recommends that visitors wear face shields or face coverings while visiting the zoo and surrounding areas.
“Visitor safety is our top priority,” says Jennifer Gee, Cincinnati Parks Department spokeswoman.
“No matter what you do or wear, if you are wearing a mask, your visitor will be able to see your face.
If you don’t have a mask on, you can wear one for your safety.”
And the Cincinnati City Parks and Recreation Department also recommends that you wear a face shield while visiting some of the attractions, like Cincinnati Zoo.
So what are the options for visiting Cincinnati’s parks and recreation centers?
The zoo, like many parks, has its own private-company tour companies.
These companies can help you find out about attractions and get the most out of your time there.
The parks’ website will give you tips on where to find the right tour, including how to get in touch with the tour company.
“They can help guide you to the appropriate location or get you the most information about attractions in your area,” says Gee.
But if you want to see a Cincinnati attraction that you won’t be able at the park, you should consider a different option.
“Our parks are the largest, most important places in the city for visitors,” Johnson explains.
“There’s a lot of things you can do, and some things you don, to enjoy these places.”
So do you think Cincinnati parks will be open as usual this summer?
“The zoo and parks will still have some open hours as normal,” says Johnson.
“However, visitors with concerns about their safety should consider an alternative option, like a mask.”