Living In
Columbus

Columbus Culture

Columbus is a diverse and vibrant community. The city strikes a unique balance of big city arts & entertainment and the warmth & sensibilities of the midwest.

The Short North ARTS DISTRICT

Known as the art and soul of Columbus, the culturally rich Short North Arts District is a pioneer in the urban revitalization of Central Ohio. Visitors are invited to explore our vibrant neighborhood known for its wide variety of amazing art, dining, nightlife, fashion, home décor, and unique gifts. Home to over 300 exciting businesses–the majority of which are locally owned or headquartered–you’ll find a little bit of everything and something for everyone in one of Columbus’ most popular destinations.

Learn more about the Short North Arts District here.

German Village

German Village is a historic neighborhood just south of downtown Columbus, Ohio. Initially platted in 1814 just south of downtown Columbus, German Village has grown to be one of the area’s most popular and walkable neighborhoods. “With its historic brick streets, beautiful architecture and fine restaurants, German Village has always been one of our great neighborhoods and a signature tourist attraction,” said Mayor Michael B. Coleman.

Learn more about German Village here.

Metro Parks and Green Space

The Columbus Metro Parks and Department of Recreation and Parks provides a little bit of everything for lovers of the outdoors. From performances of Shakespeare in downtown parks, to miles of hiking and biking trails, there are almost limitless options for enjoying the outdoors in the Columbus area.

Learn more about our beautiful Metro Parks here.

Easton Town Center

Easton Town Center is a shopping, dining, and entertainment community that people come from miles away to experience. As you walk the streets of Easton, you can enjoy fine dining, world class shopping, and even take in a movie. Easton Town Center has earned a reputation as a shopping mecca in the state of Ohio.

Learn more about Easton Town Center here.