Circus House

755 Dennison Ave, Columbus, OH 43215

(614) 418-5710

circushouse.com/

Details

  • The Circus House was built by Peter Sells, one of the founders of the Sell’s Brother Circus designed by prominent architect, Frank Packard in 1895
  • Since 1895 the home has housed a number of organizations: The United Commercial Travelers, the Fraternal Order of Police, the House of Hope for Alcoholics, and even a nursery school. Weston Wolfe, the current owner, is only the 7th private resident in the 122 year history
  • The recently renovated Carriage House, located behind the main house, was formerly used to house animals from the menagerie but now serves as a guest house that can accommodate 4 people
  • The property is located next to Goodale Park and is in walking distance to the Short North, 10 minute drive to the airport, and half a mile to the Columbus Convention Center

Amenities

General
General
  • Distance to Airport (Miles): 7.6
  • Distance to Convention Center (Miles): 0.5
  • Dog Friendly: No

Meeting Facilities

Facility Info
  • Max Capacity 0