Summer is still here – This is what’s happening in and around Columbus this month!
Our Top Picks
Local Farmers’ Market – Check out any of these spots for a taste of central Ohio’s high-quality meats, grains, cheeses, vegetables, fruits and SO much more.
Metro Parks – There are 19 different parks on over 27,000 acres of land to choose from, and they offer a lot of events and activities throughout the year.
Bridge Park – More than a destination! Stay up-to-date with all things Bridge Park.
While exploring Bridge Park, check out Dublin’s Fairy Door Trail. Our Operations Team recently searched for the Fairy Doors and had a blast – 10/10 recommend, especially for families!
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium – Wildlife adventure awaits! With over 10,000 animals in seven regions, the Columbus Zoo is the perfect location to learn more about the world’s amazing wildlife.
Columbus Clippers – 2021 single game tickets are now available! This season ends September 12.
Franklinton Fridays – Head to Franklinton on the second Friday of every month, 7-11PM, to enjoy art shows, theatre, brews and food. Explore the entertainment Franklinton has to offer. Head to the area a little early to take a walk along the Scioto Mile!.
Columbus Crew – Visit the new Lower.com Field!
Dublin Irish Days – August 4-8 – “While this event is not a full festival in Coffman Park, Dublin Irish Days does have the music, Irish spirit, and hospitality that fans of the Dublin Irish Festival enjoy.” Some events require registration and/or a ticket.
Classic Auto Show & Cruise In – Back after being cancelled last year, The Arthritis Foundation will be putting on their Car Show benefit August 20-21 this year. Check out classic cars and celebrate the 38th Classic Auto Show & Cruise In!
Out of Town
Coshocton Sunflower Festival – August 13-15 – Take in the beauty of a four acre sunflower field. There are wagon rides, a food truck, beer garden and live music.
North Ridgeville Corn Festival – August 13-15 – What is more Ohio than corn? Experience Amish-style corn with a parade, live bands, and a corn eating contest.
Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival – August 19-21 – Enjoy daily parades, auctions, live entertainment, and food.
Have something fun planned for the month of August and want to share your idea? Let us know and we can add it to our list. We love finding new things to do in and around Columbus, as well as learning about Ohio daytrips everyone can enjoy!
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