Columbus is growing. Fast. Already the 14th largest city in the U.S., the metropolitan area has grown by 33% since 2000.

Our diverse and welcoming city is easy to get to, and easy to get around. John Glenn International Airport offers 150 daily non-stop flights to 40+ destinations and half of the U.S. population is within a one-hour flight or one day’s drive of Ohio's capital city.

The U.S. Figure Skating Championships are new to our city, but big events are not. Since 2002, Columbus has hosted more than 600 new sporting events, including the NHL All-Star Game, NCAA Women’s Final Four and NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship.


The airport is just a 10-minute ride from the championship venue. Located in the heart of the Arena District, Nationwide Arena puts fans hundreds of places to dine and unwind and within a short walk or ride.





Columbus’ vibrant neighborhoods offer endless entertainment options. 

With five distinct neighborhoods linked by the city’s main vein, High Street, the "Five on High" features the sports-centric Arena District, historic German Village, bustling Downtown, energetic University District and arts hub Short North.

Bottom line - there's something for everyone. Plan your day in Columbus