Center of Science and Industry (COSI)
Since its opening in 1964, more than 18 million visitors of all ages have discovered how the Center of Science & Industry (or COSI) provides a unique and exciting way to see how science and technology partner with industry, our environment and our heritage to make life better.
Columbus Children's Theater
The Columbus Children's Theater educates and actively involves young people in the theater arts – from the classroom to the stage.
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Visit the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium and see why this zoological park in the Buckeye State’s capital city is considered one of the best in the country.
Dublin Community Recreation Center
The City of Dublin, Ohio’s Community Recreation Center offers its residents of all ages a variety of activities that include swimming, fitness programs, organized sports leagues and youth camps.
New Albany Parks and Recreation
Located in the city of New Albany and Plain Township, Ohio, New Albany Parks & Recreation offers an outstanding sports recreation venue for those who enjoy baseball, basketball, softball and a host of other sports and the youth and adult levels.
Ohio Historical Society
To explore Ohio’s rich and storied history, and for places to visit to experience Ohio’s natural and archaeological history first-hand, check out the Ohio Historical Society.
Powell Parks and Recreation
More than 200 year-round educational and recreational programs are offered through the City of Powell’s parks and other facilities. Eighty-five acres and more than eight miles of trails provide a venue to enjoy the great outdoors, whether hiking or viewing wildlife, in a natural and scenic setting.
Westerville Parks and Recreation Department
The Westerville Parks and Recreation Department features 559 acres with 46 parks and facilities. Swim at Highlands Pool, hike or bike on 25 miles of paths and trails, or bird-watch along Alum Creek. There’s plenty for everyone to enjoy.
Enjoy a day of fun in the sun on the park’s 15 novel water ride attractions. Whether you like to shoot the rapids or prefer a more serene ride down a “lazy river,” there’s something there for the whole family.