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German Village, Columbus

Historic Walking Area · Neighborhood
Walk through a preserved village established in the 1800s by German settlers at German Village. Stroll down the cobbled streets and take in the gardens, parks, and restored or preserved homes and buildings. Stop in at one of the many restaurants, such as the Sausage House, to appreciate authentic German cuisine. Look through the interesting shops, such as a pre-Civil War-style book shop, wine and gift shops. You can peruse the collections in the art galleries, too. You can explore myriad landmarks and bars. Keep an eye out, too, for events to enjoy in the street. To visit German Village on your trip to Columbus, use our Columbus trip itinerary website.
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  • Once again, Germantown did not disappoint Cherry Wonderdog. It offered a venue for strolling and dining with a Germanic feel borne of the early settlers in Columbus who meant to retain their cultural....  more »
  • As a neighborhood, German Village is really a great place to live within a major US city. I would caution tourists, as an attraction on itself, its kind of let down. The restaurants and shops in...  more »
  • This is my favorite neighborhood in Columbus. The beautiful historic buildings and cobblestone streets make this area a treat. There are plenty of choices in restaurants and a few of my favorite...  more »

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