Columbus Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Columbus; our list of the best things to see, including AMC Easton Town Center 30, Columbus Museum of Art and The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
  • The best place in Columbus: AMC Easton Town Center 30

    AMC Easton Town Center 30

    275 Easton Town Center
    This is one of the finest shopping experiences. It is clearly modeled after the streets of European cities such as Paris, Venice, London, and Athens. Filled with a beautiful atmosphere, upscale stores, restaurants and entertainment.
    Northeast food nearby
  • Columbus Museum of Art

    Columbus Museum of Art

    480 E Broad St
    Free on Sundays. Has a good restaurant.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

    The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

    9990 Riverside Dr
    The zoo has a great collection of endangered species, including manatees, cheetahs, kangaroos and lowland gorillas. They recently opened the Asia Quest exhibit with Siberian tigers, sun bears and Pallas cats.
    restaurants nearby
  • Don't miss the 2013 Ohio State Fair, July 24 - August 4.
    South Linden food nearby
  • Columbus Clippers - MLB AAA Baseball

    Columbus Clippers - MLB AAA Baseball

    The Official Facebook Page of the Triple-A Affiliate of the Cleveland Indians. We welcome all feedback but reserve the right to delete comments and/or block users we deem inappropriate.
    Franklinton eat nearby
  • The Basement

    The Basement

    391 Neil Ave
    (formerly the Promowest Pav.) in the Arena District. [51] A mid-sized venue seating 2,200 patrons indoors and 4,500 outdoors.
    Downtown
  • Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor

    Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor

    Museum chronicling the rise and fall of steel in Youngstown
    South Linden food nearby
  • Ohio Historical Society

    Ohio Historical Society

    1982 Velma Ave
    Connect with the past. Create a better future.
    South Linden eat nearby
  • Historic Zoar Village

    Historic Zoar Village

    Connect with the past. Create a better future.
    South Linden restaurants nearby
  • Fort Ancient State Memorial

    Fort Ancient State Memorial

    6123 State Route 350 in Oregonia. (800) 283-8904. Built over 2,000 years ago by Ohio's Hopewell Indians, Fort Ancient is North America's largest prehistoric Indian hilltop enclosure. Feel the energy of the spirits as you venture amidst the 18,000 feet of tree-covered earthen walls, and within the museum that brings to life 15,000 years of American Indian heritage in the Ohio Valley.
    South Linden food nearby
  • Flint Ridge State Memorial

    Flint Ridge State Memorial

    [5] Flint Ridge is a restored prehistoric quarry pit with a museum that explains both the digging and shaping of flint. It is a site well worth the visit. There is a flint knap-in (teaching, exhibiting flint knapping, swap flint) every Labor Day week end. At the opposite end of the park there is a camping area that has a fossil swap the same week end.
    South Linden eat nearby
  • Moundbuilders Earthworks

    Moundbuilders Earthworks

    This site covers most of Newark. Two main areas have been preserved. One area is at the park where you will find an embankment that is 1,200 feet in diameter with earthen walls from 8 to 14 feet hign enclosing a 26 acre area. The other more impressive site (Octagon Earthworks) has a golf course located in it with some efforts of preservation, there is an observation stand. [2]
    South Linden restaurants nearby
  • Milk Bar Boutique

    Milk Bar Boutique

    Urban clothing boutique
    Italian Village
  • COSI

    COSI

    333 W Broad St
    Monday : Closed, Tuesday-Sunday : 10-17:30, Thursdays : 10-20:30. Closed on major holidays.. Admission: Members: Free, Adults: $6, Seniors & Students: $4, Children 5 and under: Free, Admission is free on Sundays. Additional admission fees may be required for special exhibitions.. COSI is an amazing museum, where kids will want to stay forever because of the cool and interactive science and technology exhibits.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Wexner Drive-In

    Wexner Drive-In

    1871 N High St
    Weekly, depend on show. One of the country's leading modern arts centers. The center, named after the Limited Brands founder Lex Wexner, features world renowned visual art exhibits (at one time a Andy Warhol installation), international films, live theater, and modern dance. The center is conveniently located on High St. in Columbus' University District.
    University restaurants nearby
  • Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center

    Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center

    [7] (Take Lane Ave across Olentangy River.) OSU basketball and hockey, concerts, monster trucks. Great facility!!!! All tickets through ticketmaster [8] </do>
    Olentangy River Road food nearby
  • Columbus Jazz and Rib Fest

    Columbus Jazz and Rib Fest

    River Front downtown
    Expect 500-700,000 people at this fun food and music event held each year. [12]
    Downtown eat nearby
  • BalletMet Columbus

    BalletMet Columbus

    Dare to Be Moved | BalletMet Columbus 322 Mount Vernon Avenue Columbus, OH 43215 www.balletmet.org dance@balletmet.org
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Once the largest mall in the state, Eastland has seen better days. Located at the intersection of Central Ave. and Sharon Amity Rd., it has reflected that area's decline from its upscale origins. Eastland is still generally a safe place to shop, but the experience has been made considerably less comfortable by negative press arising from gangs and robberies at the mall and surrounding area. However, there is hope on the horizon; a new transit hub located adjacent to the mall is expected to pump some life (and money) back into the area. Includes a ice-skating rink and a movie theater that specializes in "G" and "PG" films; anchors are Burlington Coat Factory and Sears.
  • The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum

    The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum

    The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum honors the distinguished men and women who have played a vital role in shaping the sport and lifestyle of motorcycling. Support us today, visit MotorcycleMuseum.org!
    Brice-Tussing eat nearby
  • AMA's Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum

    AMA's Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum

    The Museum is also home to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, honoring the distinguished men and women who have played a vital role in shaping the sport and business of motorcycling, thanks to their competitive spirit, passion, vision and entrepreneurship. For more information, [5] or (614) 856-2222.
    Brice-Tussing restaurants nearby
  • The Arena Grand Theatre

    The Arena Grand Theatre

    175 W Nationwide Blvd
    Check out the latest movies at this theatre.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Polaris Fashion Place

    Polaris Fashion Place

    West of of I-71 @ Polaris. +1 614 846-1500 [8] One of the new commercial shopping areas, loaded with popular stores and restaurants.
    Far North
  • Buckeye Donuts

    Buckeye Donuts

    1998 N High St
    As their name suggests, they have a wide selection of donuts and crullers, as well as inexpensive gyros and falafel.
    Downtown
  • The Book Loft

    The Book Loft

    631 South Third Street
    Sunday - Thursday: 10 - 23, Friday & Saturday: 10 - Midnight. This bookstore has 32 rooms packed with books, CDs, Cards, and magazines.
    Southside
  • Starbucks

    339 North Front Street
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    Downtown
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