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Spring Green Columbus: Parks and Gardens

Columbus is home to many parks, which provide visitors with a space to stretch their legs, soak up some solitude, and escape the urban rush for awhile.

  • 1.

    Inniswood Metro Gardens

    Inniswood Metro Gardens

    Home to 2000 species of plants, 2 miles of hiking trails, and herb, rose, and rock gardens.

  • 2.

    Franklin Park Conservatory

    Franklin Park Conservatory

    The alpha dog in the public park pack.

  • 3.

    Schiller Park

    Schiller Park

    The second oldest in the city and the jewel of German Village.

  • 4.

    Columbus Commons

    Columbus Commons

    A 7-acre green space in the heart of downtown.

  • 5.

    Bicentennial Park

    Bicentennial Park

    This park is a downtown destination featuring a one-of-a-kind fountain.

  • 6.

    Topiary Park

    Topiary Park

    Park full of art, just minutes from downtown.

  • 7.

    Columbus Park of Roses

    Columbus Park of Roses

    Over 12,000 roses are nestled in the hip Clintonville neighborhood just north of the city.

  • 8.

    Goodale Park

    Goodale Park

    The oldest park in Columbus, serving as an anchor on the south end of Victorian Village.

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