Visit an Architectural “Mecca” – Columbus, Indiana
John Cho stars in Columbus, the movie!
Find out about the acclaimed new Kogonada movie “Columbus,” starring John Cho, Haley Lu Richardson, Parker Posey, Michelle Forbes, and Rory Culkin. – Photo of John Cho by Mike Wolanin, The Republic newspaper
A destination for fans of modern art and architecture
“Known to modernist design geeks the world over.” – The Washington Post
“Columbus has a population of only 44,000, but it’s a surprising trove of Modernism.” – Conde Nast Traveler
A surprising community
Columbus, Indiana is known around the world for its collection of work by renowned architects, landscape architects, and artists. Columbus might be just another small city except for the vision of local leaders who wanted to make Columbus the best community they could. The results speak for themselves – Columbus is ranked sixth in the U.S. for architectural innovation and design, as noted by the American Institute of Architects.
A great destination for a getaway
Columbus is located within the Indianapolis, Louisville, and Cincinnati triangle, and is right on your way to just about anywhere in the upper Midwest. We hope you will one day be able to come enjoy the architecture, public art, gardens and landscaping, and a first-rate park system. Check out thousands of photos of Columbus on Pinterest!
Columbus in Style!
No city blends world-class architecture and small-town charm quite like Columbus, Indiana, where art is a way of life and history colors the present.
View the sixteen-page Columbus in Style magazine
Few small American towns punch quite as far above their architectural weight as Columbus, Indiana. The city of about 47,000 people may well have the most important modern buildings per capita of any place in the world.
Herman Miller, Why magazine, Sep 2017
There is really no equivalent of Columbus anywhere—there is no other place in which a single philanthropist has placed so much faith in architecture as a means for civic engagement.
Paul Goldberger, architecture critic, April 2017