Columbus Has No Offseason
It’s easy to catch a game—no matter the season. As the 14th largest city in the nation, Columbus has become a highly sought-after sports destination. Check out the calendar of events to see for yourself.
World-class facilities and amenities.
Two multi-purpose arenas, the nation’s first soccer-specific stadium and the world’s largest softball complex have put us on the map. Around here, sports are a bona-fide lifestyle.
We definitely mean business.
Many brands have set up shop in Columbus—and it comes as no surprise. Business leaders have long been drawn to the city’s progressive mindset, innovative talent pool and stable economy. We have a hunch that you’ll recognize some of our current tenants.
- American Electric Power: AEP Tower at Nationwide Arena
- Big Lots: Big Lots Box Office at Nationwide Arena
- Huntington Bancshares: Huntington Park
- Nationwide: Nationwide Arena
- Lower: Lower.com Field
- American Electric Power
- Big Lots
- Cardinal Health
- L Brands
- Abercrombie & Fitch
- Huntington Bancshares
- Mettler-Toledo International
- Scott’s Miracle-Grow
- Worthington Industries
There’s always something to do in Columbus.
When you’re not watching a game, we promise to fill your schedule with all of our unique offerings. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium—ranked as one of the best zoos in the country—is a year-round favorite. Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens masterfully combines horticulture with art. The Columbus Museum of Art boasts a new modern art wing, sunny galleries and outdoor sculpture garden. For family-friendly fun with a science slant, visit COSI on the riverfront. Beautiful parks, like The Scioto Mile, connect the city to nature. Looking for a night out? Columbus has you covered. Find live music any night of the week and local drinks at watering holes across the city, including our more than 30 microbreweries. Find a complete breakdown of things to do in Columbus here.