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If You're Moving To Kentucky, This Is The Best Place To Live
Fort Thomas is a blue ribbon city in the Bluegrass State of Kentucky and is ranked fifth on Only In Your State's list of Kentucky's most desirable small towns.
With only 16,335 residents, it lies in north-eastern Kentucky alongside the Ohio River and is named after General George Henry Thomas, the Civil War's "Rock of Chickamauga."
The cost of living is almost 3% below the U.S. standard, there's positive job growth, unemployment is only 4.4%, and utility and transportation costs are lower than national rates.
Neighborhood Scout rates Fort Thomas as 80% safer than other U.S. cities. It's in the No. 3 best state school district, ranks No. 6 best for athletes, and No. 12 for top teachers.
Things to do include the Zoo & Botanical Garden, the Van Gogh Immersive Experience Art Tour, the Amusement and Water Park, the Newport Aquarium, and the Cincinnati Ghost Tour.
Trip Advisor suggests the Cincinnati Art Museum, the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, the Smale Riverfront Park, Cincinnati Reds' Great American Ballpark, and Paycor Stadium.