- Our list of the best things to do in Columbus, Indiana, features the top 55 nearby activities — including 31 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Columbus, IN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 24 things to do within the city of Columbus, IN , followed by 31 popular activities in nearby cities, including Nashville, Greensburg, Edinburgh, Corydon and North Vernon
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Classes open to all levels feature painting in various styles accompanied by expert instruction and drink specials
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506 5th Street, Columbus, IN 47201 MoreLess Info
The Columbus Visitors Center Architecture Tour is a tour experience that shows off the art and architecture that made Columbus a famous place. The tour gives discounted ticketing prices to students.
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329 Washington St., Columbus, IN 47201 MoreLess Info
Bringing back the good old fashioned days is Zaharakos Ice Cream Parlor and Museum. The parlor is decked out with stained glass and beautiful curved oak, and customers are served from an old fashioned soda fountain while they listen to music from the glory days.
Founded in 1955, the North Christian Church's building was constructed in 1964 and has an 192 feet-high spire above a oculus. Besides the worship area, it also has a classroom, an auditorium, a kitchen and an activities area.
The First Christian Church is consisted by a 45 feet-high Sanctuary, a Tower 160 feet-high, a Cross on the east-side, a sunken terrace, the Fellowship Hall which sets 350 tables and the reflecting pool. It was built in 1942 and is the first contemporary building in the area.
While the old church was constructed in 1841, the parish of St. Bartholomew Catholic Church is consisted from the old and the new worship areas. Since 2003, it was added with a gymnasium and administrative facilities.
Aimed at teaching the children about the local community and not only, the Kidscommons's new facility was opened in 2005 and features a 17 foot-tall climbing wall, the House of Japan, and the Childhood Garden among others. Electricity and visual arts are some of the topics approached by this center.