Dublin & Bridge Park
Live for the link between historic and hip
In the Columbus suburb of Dublin, you’ll find residential charm and a small town feel, particularly in the Historic Dublin part of downtown. Named by an Irishman in the 1800s who was reminded of Dublin, Ireland, with old-fashioned shops and brick-lined sidewalks, there’s undeniable charm in this part of town. You’ll even find several buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Further out from the urban part of Dublin are the sprawling suburbs, including the home of golf’s Memorial Tournament. In August, don’t miss the area’s popular Dublin Irish Festival!
Across the water from Historic Dublin lies the bustling Bridge Park neighborhood, connected via a walking bridge. With walkable shopping, dining and entertainment options that are bracketed by apartments and other lodging options, Bridge Park is a lively new neighborhood in the area and is home to the second location of Downtown Columbus’ historic North Market. You’ll also find the Dublin Market hosted at Bridge Park, a popular farmers market that attracts shoppers from around the city.