I’d never really spent any time in Columbus before, but we spent most of a mid-August day here on the way back home and most of it was in German Village. I like that it doesn’t have over-the-top Bavarian motifs everywhere. It’s just a nice historic neighborhood, with old brick buildings, and nice flower gardens on many of the tiny lots. After a short film and an orientation in the visitors’ center, we loved visiting the shops and businesses. Our favorites were the Golden Hobby Shop, the Book Loft, Helen Winnemore’s, and Kolache Republic. We also enjoyed Schiller Park with its Huntington Gardens. Parking throughout German Village was on the street, so it was sometimes a challenge. Would definitely recommend stopping here if you have the time and interest.
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