Money Magazine just recently ranked Columbus, Ohio as one of "The 6 Best Big Cities," calling it the best in the Midwest, citing a highly educated workforce and excellent wage growth.
1. THE ARCHITECTURE
Columbus is home to over 18 historic districts! The lone remnant of the once grand entrance arcade of the circa 1897 Columbus Union Station, this relocated arch now serves as the focal point of the Arena District.
2. THE COCKTAILS
Although, the lounge in the 1927 landmark isn't open just quite yet, the Hotel Leveque just went through a multi-million dollar renovation and will soon be home to THE KEEP. This will be an experience you simply won't forget.
3. THE ART
Formed in 1878 as the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, it was the first art museum to register its charter with the state of Ohio, the now Columbus Museum of Art showcases a permanent collection which includes outstanding late 19th and early 20th century American and European modern works of art.
4. THE RIVER
Scioto Mile is a nearly 5-acre riverfront park noted for its one-of-a-kind fountain. The Scioto Mile Fountain is a stunning marvel that shoots more than 1,000 jets of water and enhanced by unique lighting and fog effects.
5. THE MUSEUMS
With so many different museums to choose from, The Jack Nicklaus Museum is located in the heart of the Ohio State University sports complex in Jack's hometown of Columbus, Ohio. Here you'll 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 20 major championships and 100 worldwide professional victories.