Off the Olentangy River, just outside Columbus’ Short North Arts District, Hyatt House Columbus / OSU Short – North is steps from prime dining, trendy shopping, the campus of Ohio State University, and walkable to Ohio Stadium. Explore family-friendly museums like Columbus Museum of Art and the Center of Science and Industry or sample a freshly-made streusel at a bakery within the German Village. Our hotel is also conveniently near OSU Wexner Medical Center hospital and Battelle Memorial Institute. Further outside the Columbus metro area, visit the notable Columbus Zoo and Aquarium made famous by former celebrity zookeeper Jack Hannah.
The Cap City menu follows suit with recognizable favorites like meatloaf receiving unexpected and delightful upscale twists, alongside trendier chef-driven dishes with big flavors. Desserts at this Cameron Mitchell Restaurant are retro cool, taste better than you remember and are showstopper sized.
Cameron Mitchell’s, The Pearl Short North, is a well-polished culinary jewel that showcases made-from-scratch food, classically inspired cocktails and an exclusive selection of Ales, Lagers & Stouts. All within one cozy tavern.
Our award-winning menu has something for everyone – whether it’s a traditional Bavarian favorite like schnitzel or bratwurst, or one of the best burgers around! Finish it off with one of our huge, delicious cream puffs!
Columbus Museum of Art’s mission is to create great experiences with great art for everyone. Our collection includes outstanding late nineteenth and early twentieth-century American and European modern works of art.
The Jack Nicklaus Museum is a 12,000 square-foot educational and historical facility. Here, you will encounter the history of golf and its greatest practitioner; take an immersive journey through Jack's brilliant career including trophies, photographs and various mementos from his unparalleled 18 major championships and 100 worldwide professional victories.
Nestled in the heart of the thriving Short North, Bristol Republic is a locally owned, Nashville inspired restaurant and bar serving up competition quality BBQ smoked in-house daily, ice cold craft beer, over 150 rare Bourbon and Whiskeys and live music.
SeeSaw isn’t just serving up wonderful food, their drinks are out of this world. If you want a night to get dressed up and feel like you’re on your own Saturday night getaway, you need to drop by Seesaw.
The Olentangy Trail offers a seamless route from Worthington to downtown Columbus. This trail winds through several neighborhoods along the Olentangy River, with trailheads at several major city parks, including Antrim Park and Whetstone Park. The path also travels through the heart of the Ohio State University campus.
Lou Berliner Sports Park is currently the nation's largest ball diamond complex. The facility proudly offers 31 permanently fenced, turf infield baseball and softball diamonds. From March through November, Berliner is filled with thousands of athletes and spectators participating in local, state and national events.
The 120-acre park is a recreational and educational destination for visitors of all ages. Located along the banks of the Scioto River just south of downtown Columbus, the park resulted from a partnership between the City of Columbus, Ohio Audubon and Columbus Metro Parks to bring nature to the Capital City.
Nestled snugly on the banks of the Olentangy River, Ohio Stadium is one of the most recognizable landmarks in all of college athletics. With its present seating capacity of 102,780, Ohio Stadium is the fourth largest on-campus facility in the nation.
Nationwide Arena is the centerpiece of the downtown Arena District featuring an exciting mixture of restaurants, business, entertainment and residential space that attracts visitors from across the country. The stadium can seat up to 18,500 for hockey; 19,500 for basketball; up to 20,000 for concerts.
From classical music to modern dance, yearly family traditions to hot concerts, the world’s best artists come to the 2,791-seat, historic Ohio Theatre. The breathtaking details (including the 21-foot-high chandelier!) of its opulent, Spanish-Baroque architecture make any night at the Ohio an event to remember!
The Shops on Lane Avenue is an open-air lifestyle center that features an eclectic blend of over 30 national and local tenants, including Whole Foods Market, Bed Bath & Beyond, Chico's, AnnTaylor Loft and Rusty Bucket Tavern. Take a stroll, find a special treasure, enjoy a great dinner with friends - whatever your heart desires, Lane Avenue is the destination for all your shopping needs!
With more than 30 million visitors per year, Easton is the Midwest’s premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination featuring 200+ best-in-class retailers alongside Columbus’ most exciting dining options, Ohio’s largest movie theater, a world-class comedy club, and pedestrian-friendly open-air town squares, fountains, and parks.
The Ohio State University Golf Club has two 18-hole courses; the ever-popular Gray course and the renowned Scarlet course, which was recently renovated by Jack Nicklaus in 2006. We have two PGA professionals, a PGA Apprentice Professional, as well as a Director of Instruction, that offer golf lessons, clinics, and much more.
A championship course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., is considered one of Central Ohio's most challenging public courses because of its rolling fairways, mature trees, demanding doglegs, undulating greens, and hilly terrain. Nestled next to Easton Town Center on the northeast side of Columbus and inside the I-270 outer belt, Champions Golf Course is the perfect place for your golfing destination.