- TripBuzz found 144 things to do with kids in or near Gahanna, Ohio, including 132 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Columbus, Dublin, Westerville and Hilliard.
- From Glow Putt Mini-Golf to Academy Park, the Gahanna area offers 68 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Neighborhoods, Mini Golf and Playgrounds.
- A suburb of Columbus, Gahanna, OH is the Native American word for 'three creeks joined into one.' With access to three rivers and many trails, some popular activities in Gahanna include hiking, taking pictures of the small waterfalls, and paddle boating in one of the rivers. Gahanna also hosts the annual Creekside Blues and Jazz Festival.
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.
Two 18-hole miniature gold courses can be found at Westerville Mini-Golf. The setting of the courses is complemented with an 80,000 gallon pond, two waterfalls, and landscaping in addition to several batting cages on site.
A fine example in which creativity is mixed with commerce and with entertainment, the Short North Arts District features 16 galleries, 46 restaurants, cafes, and eateries, more than 2 bars and nightclubs, and almost 60 shops.
Opened in 1979, the Columbus Gymnastics Academy is an academy that teaches children who wish to become gymnasts. In addition to gymnastics classes, the academy also hosts birthday parties and summer programs.
Visitors who enlist the services of SegAway Tours of Columbus can enjoy riding on a Segway i2. The tour lasts for roughly two hours and covers major landmarks in the city like the Scioto River, the Arena District, and historic downtown.
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The Westerville J C Swimming Pool is a swimming complex that features a 25 meter competition-sized pool with temperature controls and a diving well, a larger pool with adult and children's sections, a baby pool, and a pool for classes.
Home of the State Buckeyes, the Ohio Stadium was opened in 1922 and, over the time, it was upgraded until it reached a maximum seating capacity of 102,329. It is the largest stadium in the state, and besides the football games it has hosted bands like Pink Floyd and Genesis.
Restored to its former glory from the 1920s, Ohio Theater hosts a wide range of performing arts events, from orchestras to nationally recognized musicians. The theater is decorated with ornate gold designs and features red velvet seats.