The Tyler Davidson Fountain is a statue located in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is regarded as the city’s symbol and one of the area’s most-visited attractions. It was dedicated in 1871 and is the centerpiece of Fountain Square, a hardscape plaza at the corner of Fifth and Vine Streets in the downtown area. It is surrounded by stores, hotels, restaurants and offices. In 2006 renovations were done to Fountain Square and the Tyler Davidson Fountain was removed and then later put back, however it was later moved further up towards 5/3rd Bank. The fountain is turned off each winter and turned on again in April for the first home game of Major League Baseball’s Cincinnati Reds, the oldest professional baseball team. GO RED LEGS!!!