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  • John Larrimer

Local's Guide to Hard-to-Find Attractions: Hidden Gems in Columbus

Updated: Dec 19, 2022

Columbus, Ohio, is Home to some of the nation's most acclaimed universities. The city is also a repository of unique and diverse attractions. From its vibrant and eclectic music scene to its varied and unique restaurant selections and its wide range of parks and trails, there is something to do and see for every type of adventurer. Learn more here.


The Brewery District

The Brewery District is the perfect spot for brew connoisseurs or anyone who wants to enjoy a few craft beers and explore a historic city area. The district was established in the 1800s as a location for brewing businesses. Learn more about Exploring Columbus' OH Museums.




Franklin Park Conservatory

Situated on 17 acres of parkland, this botanical garden and glasshouse is a must-see for any visitors to Columbus. The conservatory is home to a wide array of plants from all over the world, from orchids and ferns to cacti and bonsai trees. It also features a seasonal butterfly exhibit, rotating art installations, and a stunning stained-glass ceiling.


German Village

German Village is a historic Columbus neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The village was originally a German immigrant community and has retained its unique identity and charm.


North Market

This year-round public market features more than 30 vendors serving eclectic dishes, from tacos and crepes to pizza and craft beers. The market also has an array of booths selling locally made crafts and goods, from handmade jewelry and fine art to plants and vintage clothing.


Columbus is home to various attractions, from eclectic art galleries and vibrant music scenes to old-fashioned beer gardens and outdoor theaters. So take a look through this guide and explore some of the hidden gems of the



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