- TripBuzz found 129 things to do with kids in or near Columbus, Ohio, including 108 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dublin, Westerville, Hilliard and Grove City.
- From Ohio Stadium to Nationwide Arena, the Columbus area offers 65 different types of family activities, including: Sports Stadiums (Professional), Parks, Neighborhoods and Family Fun Center.
- Columbus is the capital of Ohio, the largest city in the state, and the fifteenth largest city in the U.S. with a population of over 822,000 people. With so many people, there is always something to do in the city including the Ohio State Fair, the Columbus Arts Festival, some of the largest gay pride parades in the Midwest, and ComFest.
At Topiary Park, visitors can explore a garden filled with shrub sculptures imitating people, animals, and more. One of the most popular sections of the garden imitates the painting by famous Impressionist artist, Georges Seurat.
The Phoenix Golf Links features an 18 hole, 6,900-acre golf course with bent grass trees. Visitors of the site can also receive golf lessons, practice their swing at the practice facilities, or dine at Birdy's Bar & Grill.
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A family entertainment center, Putt N Play features 18 holes of miniature golf along with batting and soccer cages. The center also offers arcade and redemption games, party hosting, a snack bar and a patio dining area.
A 14-screen movie theater, AMC Grove City 14 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers reserved seating, an IMAX auditorium and a concession area with food and drinks.
AMF Stardust Lanes offers league games as well as open bowling in their 24-lane establishment. There is also a lounge with food, spirits and flat screen televisions tuned to sporting events. Private parties are available upon request.
Offering 8 lanes of bowling, Grove City Lanes features pin setters and wooden lanes from the 1960s. Aside from bowling, the center provides pool tables, video games, food, drinks and sports on a 60' high-definition television screen.