Top 10 Attractions to Visit in Columbus, Ohio

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Top 10 Attractions to Visit in Columbus, Ohio – With warm weather finally here, it’s time to get outside and enjoy these great attractions in Columbus, OH.

Easton Town Center

Address: 160 Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH43219

Description: In stark contrast to the old-country aura of German Village, Easton is the most modern neighborhood in the city, its architecturally contemporary town center drawing shoppers and tourists to an array of nationally and regionally known stores, plentiful restaurants and varied entertainment.

 

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Address: 1777 E Broad St, Columbus, OH 43203-2040

Description: Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is a premier botanical landmark and attraction featuring exceptional plant collections, indoor and outdoor gardens, seasonal art and nature-based exhibitions, and a dynamic array of events for visitors of all ages.

 

ZipZone Canopy Tours

Address: 7925 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43235

Description: ZipZone is the best new addition to Columbus and the first zip line tour in Franklin County! We will provide you with a hands free, guided tour of the treetops. Our professionally trained guides will take you on a two-hour tour showing you a natural space in Columbus you never imagined. Zip from platform to platform high in the air as you travel over ravines and streams! Climb across one of our sky bridges as you explore the beautiful old growth trees. This tour is perfect for families, couples, adult groups or anyone looking for an adventure. We welcome guests age 8 and up to experience the excitement and beauty at ZipZone Canopy Tours. We are located on the north side of Columbus off of Rt. 23 at 270.

 

Ohio Theatre

Address: 39 East State Street, Columbus, OH 43215

Description: From classical music to modern dance, yearly family traditions to hot concerts, the world’s best artists come to the 2,791-seat Ohio Theatre. The breathtaking details (including the 21 foot high chandelier!) and opulent Spanish-Baroque architecture and design make any night out at the Ohio an event to remember.

 

Ohio Stadium

Address: 410 Woody Hayes Dr., Columbus, OH

Description: Home stadium of the Ohio State Buckeyes

 

Jubilee Museum and Catholic Cultural Center

Address: 57 South Grubb Street, Columbus, OH 43215-2710

Description: A preservation of Catholic Church art and traditions salvaged from individuals and churches and schools that have closed. as well as a large collection of Bibles from 1558 and on, oil paintings, four working pipe organs, statuary, historic vestments from the Holy Land and many other treasures of the Catholic mind and memory.

 

SegAway Tours of Columbus

Address:  400 N. High St., Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, OH 43215

Description: Enjoy the thrill of riding on a Segway i2 while you discover the charm and history of Columbus. During this 2 hour tour you will explore miles of peaceful parkland along the Scioto River, the thriving Short North arts district, the vibrant Arena District and historic downtown. As you glide, your tour guide will entertain you with fascinating and humorous stories about Ohio’s Capital city.

 

North Market

Address: 59 Spruce Street, Columbus, OH 43215

Description: Established in 1876, the North Market is Columbus’ only remaining true public market. More than 30 merchants vend a wide variety of fresh, local, authentic food. Offerings include organic produce, grass-fed beef, pork, lamb and goat, pastured poultry, sustainably raised seafood, locally roasted coffee, baked goods, cheeses, flowers and other artisan food items.  The Market also provides an international selection of freshly prepared foods, authentic ethnic specialties, distinctive gifts and personable service from its merchant owner operators. On Saturdays during the growing season Columbus’ oldest operating farmers market takes places on the outdoor market plaza. Sundays from June through October local artisans, vintage sellers, furniture makers and jewelers converge on that same plaza to sell their wares at Market Flea. Seasonal events and festivals celebrate small, independent producers

 

Short North Arts District

Address: 120 W Goodale St, Columbus, OH 43215

Description: Columbus’s version of New York’s artsy Soho district, this historic urban neighborhood is filled with boutiques, art galleries, coffee houses, restaurants and theaters.

 

Huntington Park

Address: 330 Huntington Park Lane, Columbus, OH 43215

Description: Welcome to Huntington Park, located in the magnificent Arena District in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Huntington Park is home to the Columbus Clippers baseball team, the defending 2010 and 2011 Triple-A National Champions and the Triple-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians.

 

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