Columbus In The News
Don’t just take our word for it — see what trusted sources from around the world have to say about why Columbus is such a great place to visit!
Daily Beast recently highlighted Columbus in their "It's Still a Big World Series." In the article, writer Brandon Withrow says, “I’m always telling people they should visit Columbus, and often they ask me why? This is why: Columbus is a lively,
Outside Magazine recently highlighted Quarry Trails Metro Park's forthcoming via ferrata, which will be the first urban route in the country. "Five miles northwest of downtown Columbus, Ohio, a once unremarkable limestone cliff is about to make an
Tasting Table takes readers on a culinary tour of Columbus in their recent feature on the city's food scene. "When it comes to Midwestern metropolises, Chicago takes top billing for its soaring skyscrapers, iconic architecture and art, and of course,
Best Life included Columbus in a recent story about the best cities to visit if you enjoy historic houses. "There's plenty to do in the state capital of Ohio—see a Buckeyes game, walk around the Scioto Mile, get lunch at the North Market. But old
Midwest Living highlighted what's new in Columbus in a story about Midwest college towns. "Summer's last hurrah is a followed by a palpable back-to-school excitement, with students moving into dorms and injecting campus towns with youthful energy."
USA Today 10Best recently named Otherworld in Columbus one of the 10 best immersive art experiences in the U.S. "Otherworld, an immersive art experience in Columbus, occupies a 32,000-square-foot space with 47 rooms of interactive art, secret
In a recent article in The New York Times , "Coming Soon to an American Cliff Near You: ‘Via Ferrata’ Routes," author Cindy Hirschfeld spotlights six climbing routes installed on peaks and in gorges across the U.S. Hirschfeld gives a nod to Columbus'
In "Raphael–The Power of Renaissance Images: The Dresden Tapestries and Their Impact’ Review: The Threads of History" The Wall Street Journal calls the current exhibition on view through Oct. 30, 2022 at the Columbus Museum of Art "beautiful and