Columbus Charter Buses
The capital of Ohio, Columbus is a city where the Rust Belt, the Bible Belt, the Appalachians and the Plains meet. Columbus is a fast-growing city, both financially and in terms of population and infrastructure, thanks to its distinguished diversity and academics. With a population of almost 800,000 in the city proper and nearly 2 million in the greater metropolitan area, Columbus offers hot, humid summers and cold, dry winters. The Short North of Columbus offers galleries, restaurants and cafes along scenic High Street, with the Gallery Hop event taking place at the beginning of every month. Annual events in Columbus include the All American Quarter Horse Congress, the Columbus Arts Festival, The Columbus Jazz and Rib Fest, and the Origins International Game Expo.
Transportation in and Around Columbus
Visitors to Columbus by plane will most likely arrive via the Port Columbus International Airport, which is served by all the major US airlines. From the airport, visitors can get to downtown via taxi, rental car, or a shuttle bus from companies such as Metropolitan Shuttle. Air travelers using charter flights will come in via the nearby Rickenbacker International Airport. Visitors may also come into Columbus via Greyhound at the East Town St. terminal, or the Megabus terminal in downtown Columbus, connecting to Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Chicago.
Columbus is a hub leading directly to many nearby cities (Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Louisville and Indianapolis). Major highways in the area include Interstate 71 and Route 315, Interstate 70, Interstate 670, and Interstate 270. US routes 33, 23, and 40 all come together in the heart of Columbus’ downtown, and commuters or visitors should expect congestion and heavy traffic in these areas during rush hour.
As Columbus is a huge city, getting around is likely to require a car, taxi, or shuttle bus. There is a public bus service, known as COTA, and the Clintonville and Merion Village areas of Columbus are friendly to pedestrians, as is downtown Columbus. However, for any region of the city outside downtown, motor transport of some kind is highly recommended.
Colleges and Universities in Columbus
Sports in Columbus
Museums and Culture in Columbus
Columbus Museum of Art
Central Ohio Fire Museum
Ohio Craft Museum
Kelton House Museum & Garden
Ohio Historical Society
Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum
Cultural Arts Center
Theater and Arts in Columbus
Davis Performing Arts Programs for Youths
Wexner Center for the Arts
Northland Performing Arts Center
Greater Columbus Arts Council
The Actors’ Theater of Columbus
Lincoln Theatre Columbus
CATCO Is Kids
Available Light Theatre
Studio 35 Cinema & Drafthouse
Columbus Convention Venues
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