SEE / DO – STILL MORE TO DO
Visit the sites where John Cho, Haley Lu Richardson, & Parker Posey filmed the acclaimed Kogonada film COLUMBUS.
See if you can find the 8 one-of-a-kind illustrations created especially for Columbus
Instagrammers can tip you off to more fun and interesting spots you can explore in Columbus
Plan your trip so you will have time to experience the art and music events.
Find out what Midwest Living magazine suggests for your trip to Columbus, Indinana.
Book lovers will love this independent bookstore in the heart of downtown Columbus.
Bring your own bike, or rent a bikeshare bike, and explore over 20 miles of People Trails.
The Inn at Irwin Gardens grounds open to the public on Tuesday and Sunday afternoons June through October.
See photos from the week CBS Sunday Morning, and Charles Osgood, came to Columbus.
Robert Trent Jones designed Otter Creek golf course, and it’s a public course, and it’s affordable!
Explore three craft breweries in Columbus, including “the best small brewpub in America”!
Set your GPS to get to the donut shop rated one of the best in Indiana – but get there before they run out!
A unique experience created by a native of England – British tea and food in an authentic atmosphere!
The Hoosier Pie Trail was ranked fourth-best food trail by USA Today, and Ahlemeyer Farms is stop number one!
Head to Not Just Popcorn and try hundreds of popcorn flavors – as featured on The Food Network.
Three Chihuly glass stops and three more shops which fans of glass will enjoy
Barton Mitchell happened across General Lee’s Lost Orders and changed the direction of the war. For Civil War buffs, the Hartsville gravesite is a bucket lister.
Consider the advantages of living in this small city with big-city amenities and a quick drive to so many fun things to see and do.
When AARP selected Columbus as one of the top ten places to retire, few here were surprised. Find out why.