James A. Ramage Civil
Fort Wright locals can learn about the Civil War history of Cincinnati and northern Kentucky at the James A. Ramage Civil War Museum. The museum's mission is specifically to teach about how the local community came together to defend the city in time of war, with all its exhibits geared towards exploring and teaching about the many facets of that turning point in national history. The museum conducts archaeological research of its own, the uncovering of Battery Hooper being a prime example of this. This refers to an old unused Union artillery battery, but still deterred Confederate troops just by its presence.