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Whether you are traveling with your partner, your kids, or a group of friends, Columbus is a great place to make some memories with the people you care about most.

Family Fun

Families can reconnect in Columbus. There's plenty to entertain the younger members of the family. Kidscommons, the 12,000 square foot children's museum, features a bubble room, a climbing wall, an authentic Japanese house and an arts area. At its new ExplorAHouse exhibit, curious kids can slide down the giant toilet, climb up the chimney and wiggle under the floorboards. When you want to get physical, you can enjoy the award-winning public parks system by visiting unique playgrounds, biking the 19-mile trail system or ice skating indoors at Hamilton Center.

Girlfriends' Getaway

Bring your best gal pals to Columbus where our diversity of shopping experiences gives new meaning to the phrase "shop until you drop." Find great buys at Edinburgh Premium Outlets, Exit 76 Antique Mall, or stroll the quaint, one-of-a kind shops in downtown Columbus. where you can shop 85 stores, peruse Indiana's biggest antique mall.

Time with Your Sweetheart

Couples enjoy strolling around the downtown, discovering the public art, world-renowned architecture and beautiful green spaces together. Stumble onto one-of-a-kind shops and locally owned restaurants. There's no schedule here. Just relax and enjoy each other.

The Visitors Center: A Great Place to Start

The Visitors Center includes displays about Columbus architecture, a gift shop, the Yellow Neon Chandelier and Persians by world famous glass artist Dale Chihuly and serves as the starting point for city tours which feature great architecture, public art, gardens and landscaping. You may also purchase featured items at the gift shop.

For Columbus Visitors Center Hours of Operation, GO HERE >


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