- TripBuzz found 149 things to do with kids in or near Reynoldsburg, Ohio, including 144 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Columbus, Dublin, Westerville and Hilliard.
- From Columbus Gymnastics Academy to Blacklick Woods Metro Park & Golf Courses, the Reynoldsburg area offers 65 different types of family activities, including: Parks, History Museums, Gymnastics and Theaters.
- Bath & Body Works have their corporate offices in Reynoldsburg, a suburb of Columbus. This small town hosts a number of festivals throughout the year including a Tomato Festival and the Reynoldsburg Tartan Day celebrating the city's Scottish heritage. Other attractions in the community include the historical Livingston House and Museum, National Trail Raceway and a Motorcycle Museum.
Featuring a bowling alley, Bluefusion Entertainment has a variety of entertainment options like miniature golf for families to enjoy. The arcade has an air hockey table, claw machines, shooting games, and more.
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380 Mt. Vernon Ave., Marion, OH 43302 MoreLess Info
Warren Harding's 'front porch' presidential speeches were presented on the porch of the Warren G. Harding Historic Home. A tour of the home and in its original, historic form is by appointment only year round.
169 E. Church St., Marion, OH 43302 MoreLess Info
One of two popcorn museums in the world, the Wyandot Popcorn Museum showcases one of the largest collections of popcorn poppers, peanut roasters, and restored antiques. Visitors can take a tour, view the exhibits, and leave with a bag of popcorn.
Devoted to preserving, celebrating, and increasing awareness of local history and culture, the Marion County Historical Society maintains a museum with a wealth of artifacts and documents. The society also sponsors a variety of special events.
Hosting an array of productions, both live and screened, the Marion Palace Theater is a beautiful and historical gem in Marion. The theater offers movie screenings, yoga classes, holiday events, stage plays and can be rented for private weddings and events throughout the year.
Built in 2000, Paradise Park Miniature Golf is a recreational miniature golf facility that features 18-holes of golf through a 3-acre woodland. The park also has a hand-dipped ice cream shop inside the 1800-sqft clubhouse.