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Columbus Ohio Downtown River Walk

Columbus, Ohio, USA

Columbus Ohio Downtown River Walk

Length2.5 mi
Elev. Gain91.8 ft
Est. Steps5500

River

City walk

Historic site

Bathroom

Playground

Created by Pacer Paul
Introduction
Columbus Ohio Downtown River Walk is a 2.5 mile (5,500-step) route located near Columbus, Ohio, USA. This route has an elevation gain of about 91.8 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
Ohio State Capital Scioto River walk downtown. Beautiful views with several attractions to stop in and enjoy. Great for walking, running, biking, and picnics. Many events held here during the year.

Cultural Arts Center

Place
The Cultural Arts Center is a combination gallery and teaching space, primarily for visual artists and crafters, in downtown Columbus, Ohio. It is a 38,500 square-foot space at 139 West Main Street, and is part of the city's Scioto Mile tourist district. Features of the space include a ceramics lab in the basement, with painting and weaving labs on upper floors.

Battelle Riverfront Park

Place
Battelle Riverfront Park is a 4.1-acre (1.7 ha) park in downtown Columbus, Ohio, United States, near Columbus City Hall. It is named after Gordon Battelle and was funded by the Battelle Memorial Institute.The park features the James W. Barney Pickaweekee Story Grove and several monuments and memorials, including the Columbus Firefighters Memorial (1958), Spanish–American War Memorial (1937), Their Spirits Circle the Earth (1987), and To Honor the Immigrants (1992).

Celebration of Life (Tibor)

Place
Celebration of Life, also known as the Arthur Boke/Sarah Sullivan statue, is a 2004 bronze sculpture by Alfred Tibor, installed in Franklinton's Genoa Park, in Columbus, Ohio, United States. The artwork depicts a woman holding a baby above her head, and commemorates Arthur Boke, the first known black child born in Franklinton, and Sarah Sullivant, the wife of Lucas Sullivant.

Bicentennial Park (Columbus, Ohio)

Place
Bicentennial Park is a 4.66-acre (1.89 ha) park in downtown Columbus, Ohio, United States. The park has a fountain and pavilion.

Arvin J. Alexander Memorial

Place
The Arvin J. Alexander Memorial is a 1991 memorial commemorating the lawyer and politician of the same name by Carl Faehnle, installed in Columbus, Ohio's Alexander Park, in the United States.

Brickell Memorial

Place
The Brickell Memorial is an outdoor 1930 monument commemorating Columbus, Ohio's first citizen, John Brickell, installed in Alexander Park, in the United States.

Alexander Park (Columbus, Ohio)

Place
Alexander Park, or Alexander AEP Park, is a park in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Donated by American Electric Power, the park is located between Battelle Riverfront Park and North Bank Park. It is named after former City Council President Arvin J. Alexander, and features a 1991 memorial in his honor by Carl Faehnle.

To Honor the Immigrants

Place
To Honor the Immigrants (also known as Immigrants: Strength of Our Nation or simply Immigrants) is an outdoor 1991–1992 bronze sculpture by Gary Ross, installed at Columbus, Ohio's Battelle Riverfront Park, in the United States.

Main Street Bridge (Columbus, Ohio)

Place
The Main Street Bridge in Columbus, Ohio is a 700 ft (210 m), three-span, inclined tied arch bridge over the Scioto River. The bridge is the first in North America and the fifth in the world to use an inclined single-rib-tied arch superstructure. The final cost for the bridge was $60.1 million.

Their Spirits Circle the Earth

Place
Their Spirits Circle the Earth, also known as Challenger Memorial, is an outdoor memorial and sculpture commemorating victims of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster by Jim Mason, installed in Columbus, Ohio's Battelle Riverfront Park, in the United States.
Route Details

Length

2.5 mi

Elev. Gain

91.8 ft

Est. Steps

5500
Created by
Pacer Paul
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