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German Village, Columbus

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web
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. Using our custom trip planner, Columbus attractions like German Village can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Go on a nice day, park and walk the cobble streets and sidewalks. The houses are totally cool and super old. There are a few shops and eateries around and you can get a map at any of them to guide you...  read more »
  • The very nature of German Village brings a calm over you if you have an appreciation for the smaller things in life. Quaint coffee shops and bakeries, cobblestone roads, well preserved architecture wi...  read more »
  • We walked through a portion of this district. Visited a very quirky bookstore, and had delicious coffee and pastries, and enjoyed the architecture as we strolled through the area. 
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