Now, there’s a new way to see the town that Smithsonian Magazine called a "veritable museum of modern architecture." Explore Columbus, Indiana on your own schedule, using your personal cell phone to dial into recorded messages describing 11 structures in the downtown. Simply purchase a set of keepsake cards (samples shown below) for only $10.
Then, you can dial the special phone number on the card and enter the access codes for each stop on the tour. Along with a how-to guide, the cards feature a map, stunning photographs, and stories about our history of great design. Pick up your cards at the Columbus Visitors Center, located at 506 Fifth Street, Columbus, Indiana.
To hear a two-minute audio sample about Eliel Saarinen's First Christian Church, go HERE.
Guided bus tours of the unforgettable architecture remain a popular way to see this unique city. Bus tours are offered daily Monday-Friday at 10 a.m., Saturdays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., and Sundays at 1 p.m (Mar. - Nov.).
The guided tours are $10 per person. To learn more about the tours, go HERE or call 1.800.468.6564.