Just south of the Columbus downtown lies the German Village, a historic neighborhood spanning 233 beautiful acres. The German Village is a great place to shop, dine and to just take a stroll to enjoy the brick buildings and cobblestone streets.
The Columbus Civic Theater is a wonderfully small, local theater. The house seats just 50 guests and has a new show every month; stop by here on a trip through Columbus for an intimate entertainment experience. Be sure to head to Weiland’s Market down the road too to pick up your own bottle of wine to drink at the theater.
For a more hands-on tour of the city, consider going by bike. The Olentangy Greenway Trail is a nice segment of trail with a popular starting point in Antrim Park, on the northwest side of Columbus. Head south and pass through the downtown, Ohio Stadium: there are several scenic stops and parks along the way.
Antrim Park, 5800 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus OH, USA, +1 614-645-3337
Football is big in Columbus, all because of the winning tradition of the Ohio State University Buckeyes. If traveling through this college town in the late summer and autumn months, be sure to stop for a home game. As a part of the Big Ten college football division, games are always exhilarating here, no matter the weather!
Ohio Stadium, 411 Woody Hayes Dr, Columbus OH, USA, +1 614-292-6330
The Wexner Center for the Arts is a great place to round off a trip to Columbus. Its many types of exhibitions, including art, film, and music and theater performances, make it an accessible stop for any tourist. Centrally located on the campus of Ohio State University, many travelers stumble upon this unique structure.
Wexner Center for the Arts, 1871 N High St, Columbus OH, USA, +1 614-292-3535