The best places to boost your brain in Downtown Columbus
Some days you long to stretch your legs, other days you long to stretch your thinking. Here’s where to find interesting, challenging, and thought-provoking civic, cultural, and literary activities that are good for your mental and mind health.
How to spend a snowy day – without building another snowman.
Snow, glorious snow. It has its merits: school closings, hot chocolate, and winter woolies. It has its drawbacks too: boredom, restless kids, and snowmen – lots of snowmen.
Don’t get us wrong. Snowmen (and snowwomen) are fantastic. It’s just that with the 27 inches of snow that Columbus averages each year, it can get a little, well, same-old, same-old, rolling and stacking the white stuff.
So, when you’ve been-there, done-that with the snowperson thing, check the weather forecast, check your mood, and check this list for 10 ways to while away a winter’s day.
From moonlit to open air, these three Downtown hot spots become cool outdoor cinemas where you can get your movie fix for free.
WHAT TO BRING:
● Favorite movie candy, snacks or a picnic
● Insect repellent
● Lawn or fold-up chair
● Money for food truck purchases (when available)
● Sunscreen and sunglasses for early birds
Celebrate a special occasion, each other or nothing at all. Here’s how and where to do Downtown when you’ve got an evening to spend.
Today, tomorrow, this weekend. Anytime.
We’re weathering the last few weeks of winter with a pop of pigment and a positive attitude. Spring will be here before you know it, but in the meantime, freshen up your phone with some new hues.
Want to see it IRL? You can find the Columbus Color Wall at 5th and Main in Downtown Columbus, right next to the Columbus Love Mural.
While you may be stuck separated from your favorite arts, culture, establishments and entertainment, here are a few distinctly downtown experiences that you can enjoy while staying safe and self-quarantining.
Tour COSI’s American Museum of Natural History Dinosaur exhibit and explore the prehistoric creatures and their modern-day relatives…
Whether or not you’re into Halloween, you’re still going to find plenty of fall fun in Downtown Columbus this week…
Hot days, warm nights, and cool funk mean one thing and one thing only: There’s lots to enjoy in Downtown Columbus this week.Columbus Clippers Home Games
Mon-Sun, August 19-25 | Hours Vary
Huntington Park, 330 Huntington Park Ln
It’s baseball every night this week in Downtown Columbus…