Downtown buildings reflection into the Scioto River makes for a great photo op.
Catch a game at Huntington Park, home to the minor league Columbus Clippers, if the team is in town during your visit.
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The quaint German Village features charming shops and plenty of German eateries.
This bookshop is a mainstay in the German Village.
If you're in town from late July to early August, you won't want to miss the Ohio State Fair, where the illuminated Ferris wheel is a crowd favorite.
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You'll find this lovely park inside the city's quaint German Village.
This science center features many engaging exhibits and is a hit with families.
Easton Town Center is a popular open-air shopping complex.
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Several restaurants and small parks abound within the Easton Town Center, in addition to the abundance of shops.
This sprawling conservatory features several greenhouses and botanical gardens.
Courtesy Franklin Park Conservatory
Various types of flowers are on display at the botanical gardens in Columbus.
The butterfly garden at the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is popular with visitors.
Gorgeous flowers bloom in the botanical gardens and conservatory.
While on a stroll through the Topiary Garden, you might just see this couple doing the same.
You'll find all sorts of tasty goods at the North Market.
Produce, flowers and artwork are just a few of the things you'll find at the North Market.
The ornate Ohio Theatre is one of a few performing arts venues in the city.
The fountains at Scioto Mile light up different colors and spout water.
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Schmidt's is where locals and visitors head to get a traditional German sausage. It's located in the German Village.
Try a traditional sausage dish in the German Village, with sides like applesauce and sauerkraut.
This tasty mix of peanut butter and chocolate is a famous state sweet.
This famous ice cream brand got its start in Columbus. You can sample flavors like darkest chocolate, brambleberry crisp and savannah buttermint.
The Columbus riverfront has been renovated and now features acres of green land and trails.