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Columbus Commons, Columbus

#6 of 18 in Parks in Columbus
Playground · Hidden Gem · Garden
Columbus Commons is a 6-acre (2.4 ha) park and green space in downtown Columbus, Ohio, located on the site of the former Columbus City Center mall. The park features gardens, a performance stage, carousel, reading room, interactive playground equipment, and two foodservice buildings. The project was developed by Columbus Downtown Development Corporation (CDDC) and Capitol South Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation (Capitol South). The park opened on May 26, 2011.
On May 11, 2017, Columbus Commons was re-dedicated in honor of community leader John F. Wolfe, who died in 2016, and is now known as the John F. Wolfe Columbus Commons.
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  • We visited C-Bus with our granddaughter and noticed the lights in the park while driving down High Street. After finding parking by the river we walked back up to the park to see the lights. It was...  more »
  • We just happened by the open space on our way home from a concert. Wow! The city has done a great job of making the space a special spot with brightly colored lights spread across the lawn...  more »

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