From The Scioto Mile to Columbus Common s to the award-winning baseball stadium to the nationally ranked Columbus Metropolitan Library and Columbus Museum of Art , the landscape changes the way we live, work and play.
We have a little ways to go, but that's okay because we are open and smart.
Community and collaboration are the names of the game. In this city, you can do anything whether you call ColumbUS home or headquarters.
CDDC and Capitol South Development take the lead on landscape altering projects downtown. Capital Crossroads Special Improvement District and Discovery Special Improvement District help keep downtown the clean, safe and fun.
See for yourself. Take your own tour with our Downtown Walking Map. Download the full size map (11″ x 17″) or try a map just a little smaller (8″ x 11″) . Either way, you're gonna love what you find. If you need some fancy, schmancy pocket-size maps let us know , we'd be happy to send you some.
Open and smart, funky and friendly. Downtown is where you want live, work and play.
Experience the urban alleys during Pearl Market , relax in Columbus Commons during summer concerts, play in the fountains along Scioto Mile , and dine in world-class restaurants. Let loose while you shop, boogie down, and feel the vibrancy of our downtown core.
The Downtown Walking Map (11″ x 17″) will help you find your way around. If you need it a little smaller, try this one . Or, if you want a bunch more for your friends, call (614) 228-5718.
In this city, you can do it all, and downtown is the only place to be.
Want to find a luxurious hotel or one-of-a-kind restaurant or stroll along the Scioto Mile ? What if want to relax with a picnic at the Columbus Commons as you take in Columbus Symphony's Picnic with the Pops ?
Where do you go when you crave a masterfully brewed cup of coffee, juicy steak, fine wine or handcrafted beer? What happens when you just need a little retail therapy? We can fill your dance cards with endless options.
Everything you need is in Downtown Columbus, and we're here to help you find it all.
Shopping. Entertainment. Fine dining, breweries and casual places to grab great food and conversation.
Columbus is home to the Ohio Statehouse , nationally acclaimed Columbus Metropolitan Library , Columbus Museum of Art , Columbus Clippers , Blue Jackets and the Buckeyes . But it doesn't stop there and neither should you.
Whether you want to park and walk, ride a bus or hop on a bike getting around Dowtown is easy.
Commuting Options – RideSolutions
MORPC's RideSolutions offers information and programs on sustainable commuting options including the added benefit of the Guaranteed Ride Home program, a free service that reassures RideSolutions commuters won't be stranded at work in the case of emergency, unexpected overtime or in the absence of their driver.
How to Get Around by Bike, Bus or Car
This handy web site describes the many options for getting around by bike, bus or car including CoGo bike share, CBUS circulator and car2go car sharing.
Way Finding Sign System
Thanks to a partnership between the City of Columbus and Capital Crossroads SID, pedestrians can find map kiosks throughout downtown. Look for the blue information “i” signs, which include restaurants, retail stores, hotels, parking garages and surface lots, theaters and churches all within a five-minute walk of the sign.
Motorcycles, mopeds and motor scooters may legally park anywhere cars and trucks park according to current City Code, and there are specially designated locations just for two-wheeled motorized vehicles that display a special permit
For a list of road closing and traffic updates, please visit Paving the Way.
Conveniently located in the alleyways between Broad, High, Gay and Third Streets, Pearl Market energizes downtown on Tuesdays and Fridays, 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m., mid-May through October.
The unique urban market delivers a merchant mix reflective of the rich cultural diversity of central Ohio, including a wide array of locally grown produce, hand-crafted merchandise and delicious food, while providing a retail incubator for local entrepreneurs.
Major credit cards and the Ohio Direction Card are both accepted at the Pearl Market Tent in exchange for tokens that may be used throughout the market.
Contact Market Manager Adam Schroeder at (614) 645-5061 for more details.
Discovery Special Improvement District and partners, Gateway Film Center and Columbus Metropolitan Library , bring the From Book to Film series to life under the stars in Topiary Park . Featuring three favorite films based on popular children's books, adults and kids alike will love these familiar classics.
Pack a picnic and spread out your blankets at 8 p.m. in the park while you enjoy a variety of outdoor activities until show time. Films will begin at dusk.
Whether you take in the films for the very first time or discover them all over again, Topiary Park provides a perfect place to hang with other downtown neighbors for an evening of summer fun. This year movie-goers enjoy:
Jurassic Park (July 31)
The Wiz (August 28)
The Secret Garden (September 25)
And, if you forget to pack a picnic, no worries. Each night, a local foodtruck will keep the party going. Join us!
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