All lovers of natural beauty and horticulture should make sure they pay a visit to this botanical attraction, where you will find hundreds of plant species as well as beautiful outdoor areas, one hundred species of butterfly and even a model railroad track. You can also visit the rainforest area and the water garden not to mention the Himalayas replica and the bonsai area. There is plenty to see and enjoy here, making it well worth a visit during your time in the city.
If you are visiting Columbus with the family, you should make sure that Columbus Zoo is on your itinerary. This is a place that will provide a day of excitement and adventure for both the children and the adults in the group. You will find all sorts of animals here, from lions and leopards to alligators and elephants. You can also see take in species such as rattlesnakes, marine life, turtles, flamingoes and much more. This is a place that will provide educational fun and thrills for the kids and can also be enjoyed by parents.
Spanning over 300,000 square feet, this fascinating center has plenty to offer when it comes to education, fascination and fun. There are some wonderful exhibits here with displays interactive exhibits that will delight kids and adults alike. You can explore the ocean, archaeology and science through the various exhibitions and hands-on activities that take place here. Also, make sure you visit the onsite theatre for a really unique experience.
All art fans and enthusiasts will be delighted when they visit this attraction, where you will find a variety of fabulous artwork from American and European artists. The works of art that can be found here include masterpieces by the likes of Picasso and Renoir amongst others. There are also photography displays and changing exhibitions as well as sculpture displays to enjoy. The demos and shows that take place here mean that it is also a great place to bring the kids to boost their interest in the arts.
This is a fascinating place to visit and a great place for kids to enjoy an overnight educational camp too. This is a 77-foot ship that is a replica of the Santa Maria and was moored in 1992 in order to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus and his voyage to the New World. You can take guided tours of this huge vessel and the overnight camps are designed to enable children to learn about everything from working on ship’s maintenance to loading cargo and working together to encourage teamwork.