Looking for something to do during your visit to Columbus, Ohio?
Columbus, one of the fastest growing cities in the US, is a city that has been rejuvenated over recent years and there is plenty to do when visiting.
Tour the grandly restored Ohio Statehouse with its 29-foot-wide stained-glass skylight and many large- scale artworks. Be sure to stop by the Statehouse Museum Shop where you can pick up an Ohio themed gift.
Traveling along the downtown riverfront, the Scioto Mile includes 175 acres of parkland, fountains, and scenic overlooks along the Scioto River and is a number one choice for bicyclists and walkers in the springtime.
ProMusica’s Summer Music Series is a popular summer attraction on the grounds of the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Guests bring picnic dinners and relax under the stars. The Conservatory itself spans 13 acres and consists of botanical biomes, lush gardens, and much more.
The Columbus Museum of Art offers a large collection of 19th-and 20th -century American and European art as well as the magnificent Patricia M. Jurgensen Sculpture Garden. Free on Sunday’s, this gem of a museum also offers work by Ohio artists.
And lastly, a visit to Columbus is not complete without a visit to the Topiary Park, the Center of Science and Industry, the Jack Nicklaus Museum, and the German Village neighborhood. The Book Loft, in German Village, has 32 rooms of books and is an ideal stop to gather information for your stay and to pick up a good read.
Enjoy your visit to Columbus!