Central Square Apartments is located in Columbus, OH. Our community sits on Forest Village Lane,only minutes from downtown Columbus and Polaris Fashion Place.
Our community offers 1 and 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for you to choose from. We offer an outdoor pool, laundry facility, and much more!
Zoombezi Bay Waterpark is one of the top fun spots during summertime in Central Ohio! Featuring thrilling water slides, roaring rapids, lazy river, wave pool, and so much more. Zoombezi Bay is a 22.7-acre water park owned by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium near Powell, Ohio just north of Columbus. The park sits on the site of the former Wyandot Lake Amusement Park, which was purchased by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in 2006
4850 Powell Rd,
Powell, OH 43065
Ensure a fuss-free visit to one of Columbus' top attractions by pre-booking your admission to the Center of Science and Industry (COSI). With tickets already purchased you can skip the ticket line and head straight into the hands-on science center to enjoy its engaging, inspiring, and transforming learning experiences. Pre-booked admission: Guarantees stress-free entry Bypass the line of visitors waiting to purchase tickets Visit at a time of your choice and stay as long as you wish One of Columbus' top, and most engaging, attractions
333 W Broad St
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Stretching along the downtown Columbus riverfront from the vibrant Arena District on the north end to the natural beauty of the Whittier Peninsula on the south, the Scioto Mile is comprised of more than 145 acres of lush parkland, fountains, scenic overlooks, and a riverfront promenade. Historical information on the Scioto Riverfront was compiled as part of the Scioto Greenways project. Read about how the riverfront has been part of the city since its 1816 founding, and see how it has changed over the years as the city itself has changed.
Columbus, OH 43215
The caverns are very interesting. There are some nice artifacts in displays in the building above the caverns. There are recorded messages throughout the cave that explain the history of the cave and the people who lived in the area. It isn't Mammoth Cave, but you will enjoy it. There are activities for kids too, a petting zoo, miniature golf, and gold or mineral mining with a maze. There is a gift shop also! The staff was very friendly.
1779 Home Rd
Delaware, OH 43015
The center of the aviation industry in Ohio and the Midwest, Columbus has attracted people from many different cultures. As a result, the city’s dining scene is an eclectic fusion of local tradition and international flavor. These five must-try restaurants define Columbus' culinary culture, from laid-back bistros and cafes to innovative food served in luxury settings.
Harvest Pizza is my favorite pizza in Columbus! In addition to pizza, you’ll find small plates, salads, burgers, and sandwiches … but really, you need to try the pizza! They feature lots of local ingredients, because “Local Tastes Better”! Harvest Pizzeria first opened its doors in German Village with the mission to provide guests with the freshest, tastiest food possible through partnering with local farmers to nourish the community. The commitment to freshness, community, and quality took hold and the small pizza shop developed a considerable following. Harvest has since grown to a family of six restaurants.
2885 N High St
Columbus, Ohio 43202
Jeni's Ice Cream is an artisanal ice cream company that was founded by Columbus native, Jeni Britton Bauer. Jeni’s is growing in popularity and the company now has shops in 9 states.
Jeni’s is still headquartered in Columbus, so it’s only fitting, you try some while you’re here. They offer unique flavors made from the highest quality ingredients and even offer amazing dairy-free options!
401 N Front St Ste 300
Columbus, OH 43215
You will love everything about this restaurant. The vibe and atmosphere are very fun and welcoming. The menu features healthy and fresh options. The portions are very large so it is worth the price for the quality and size. The employees are all kind and courteous. We were waiting for our food for maybe 15 minutes. We were totally fine and not complaining. An employee came and gave us free meal cards for the wait which was very nice and thoughtful. Highly recommend this restaurant.
1 W 2nd St
4241 North High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43214
This iconic German Village restaurant is the perfect place to celebrate with family and friends. For five generations we have been serving authentic German food. Our sausage has become so famous that the Bahama Mama has been voted the official food of Columbus and the building is registered as a historic landmark. Come take a trip around our Autobahn Buffet or, if you want something other than sausage, try one of our traditional German dinners. Of course, for dessert, you can have one of our half-pound jumbo cream puffs.
240 East Kossuth Street
Columbus, OH, 43206
Columbus City School District
Columbus, OH, 43229