Columbus, Indiana, is known for its modern architecture and public art. There is plenty to see and do for less than $100 a day on your next visit to Columbus.
Have breakfast at Lincoln Square Pancake House. Choose from a variety of sweet and savory breakfast dishes for all appetites. Entrées range about $5–15. There are currently 11 locations in central Indiana. Walk off your breakfast with a three-mile architecture loop of the downtown. Follow this map for some of the city’s building highlights.
Stop by ZwanzigZ Pizza for lunch and a beer. The pizzeria and brewery offers specialty pizzas, hoagies and calzones. Take advantage of the lunch special, which includes a slice of pizza, two breadsticks with dipping sauce and a soft drink for $4.99. Available weekdays. Head downtown for a self-guided tour of the city’s public art. Additional maps are available at the Visitors Center. Take a tour of the Miller House and Garden. The house is an important example of Mid-Century Modern residential architecture. The 90-minute guided tour costs $25.
Grab dinner at 4th Street Bar and Grill. A favorite among locals, the casual neighborhood spot offers pub grub, with live music on Friday. Spend about $15.
There are numerous annual festivals and events in the city. Check the calendar before your visit.
The airline industry responds to the COVID-19 pandemic with updates on cancellations, route capacity reductions and rebooking policies. Here’s an update.
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