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301 Washington

The Columbus landmark at 301 Washington Street houses the second-story office of J. Irwin Miller, who was the President and Chairman of Cummins Engine Company, President of Irwin Union Bank, and President of the Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Foundation, as well as being involved with many other business interests and national associations. The Victorian building was originally built...
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ArtsRoad 46

Located in the colorful hills of Southern Indiana is a scenic, winding road that connects three distinctly different communities. Travel along Highway 46 and you'll encounter stunning arts, vibrant culture, world-class architecture, flavorful local cuisine, and breathtaking vistas, all easily accessibly along a 40-mile stretch of scenic highway known as Indiana ArtsRoad46. ArtsRoad 46 is...
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Best Bike Ride in Indiana

According to Bicycling magazine, a 55-mile bike route that is the best in the state starts right here in Columbus! "I’ve ridden in nearly all corners of Indiana and 23 other states, and my favorite ride is from Columbus heading west into the hills," says Connie Szabo Schmucker, advocacy director for Bicycle Garage Indy. "You...
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Bicentennial Park

The Mudlark Garden Club chose landscaping around the courthouse as its long‑range project in 1970. In 1976, the Northwest corner block of the square was made into a Bicentennial Park by the county. Tom Stephens designed the fountain and the Mudlark Garden Club raised the money for the fish sculpture in the fountain designed by...
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Bike Racks

Even the bike racks in Columbus are artistic, and connect to the city's brand (note the resemblance to the "C" at the top left corner of this website). The community has embraced them so much that businesses throughout the city have purchased their own to proudly use and display. You can't miss them, you'll find...
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